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This is a sad day for me. I'm already reaching 97C on stress tests on stock. This is with a Noctua NH-D14 / i7 4790K. Anything I can do about it?
Edited by benjamen50 - 10/30/15 at 8:35am
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This is a sad day for me. I'm already reaching 92C on stress tests on stock. This is with a Noctua NH-D14 / i7 4790K. Anything I can do about it?

What tests are you using? What vcore is your motherboard pumping into your chip? A screenshot would help.
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What tests are you using? What vcore is your motherboard pumping into your chip? A screenshot would help.

Real bench, 1.218v, used real temp to get core tempstemps.
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This is a sad day for me. I'm already reaching 97C on stress tests on stock. This is with a Noctua NH-D14 / i7 4790K. Anything I can do about it?

Reabench is not that tough of a stress test, temps should not be 97c...

You can re-mount that massive HSF you have... It may help...

Also, how much TIM are you using, and how are you applying it?

Why are you at 1.28 V-Core? That shouldn't be for running at 4GHz!
Edited by JourneymanMike - 10/30/15 at 10:32am
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Reabench is not that tough of a stress test, temps should not be 97c...

You can re-mount that massive HSF you have... It may help...

Also, how much TIM are you using, and how are you applying it?

Why are you at 1.28 V-Core? That shouldn't be for running at 4GHz!
huh, not that tough ? yes not temps-wise but stree-wise it is tough.
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Reabench is not that tough of a stress test, temps should not be 97c...

You can re-mount that massive HSF you have... It may help...

Also, how much TIM are you using, and how are you applying it?

Why are you at 1.28 V-Core? That shouldn't be for running at 4GHz!
huh, not that tough ? yes not temps-wise but stree-wise it is tough.

Your statement doesn't make sense.

Here's what makes sense The more stress you have - the more heat you get.

Why don't you try Prime 95 and IBT/AVX? They both put more stress on the CPU, More stress = More heat.
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OK, I got two delided 4790k, what'st he best way to test them, and see which one I should keep and which one I should let go?

And when testing them, and removing my Cooler from them, do I have to beware of anything?
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the only way, oc them.
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post #18600 of 22515
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Reabench is not that tough of a stress test, temps should not be 97c...

You can re-mount that massive HSF you have... It may help...

Also, how much TIM are you using, and how are you applying it?

Why are you at 1.28 V-Core? That shouldn't be for running at 4GHz!

Read carefully: 1.218v

Well I have two GTX 780s in my case. And the TIM is used via the pea method. I've applied many TIM's without any issue. I didn't have this temperature issue at the start when putting the NH-D14. I guess I'll have to blame summer. It's increasing my ambient temperatures in my room.

I can do 1.22v at 4.6GHz, 1.25 at 4.7GHz. 1.33 at 4.8GHz, but rather not at the moment since a Prime95 26.6 Small FFT's level the core temperatures around 80-85C already. I've also tried AIDA 64, that heats up as bad too.
Edited by benjamen50 - 10/31/15 at 1:26am
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