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Originally Posted by Frankz View Post

Are those your average temps or does that include peak temps(70C @ realbench/aida64)

Mine peaks at 78c on v1.312 @ 4.6ghz with a H105 cooler on aida64



Kind of considering to reapply the thermal paste lol, 15C difference between cores is quiet huge, idk xD. I just wanna take down that peak temp even though it's still Ok

What do you think?

At load 5-10C delta is very normal. If you remount your cooler, lift is straight up if you can and check the t-paste pad for gaps. Try something like gelid extreme or PK-1 (2 or 3). Gelid is really the best TIM (paste) right now.
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If your running Prime95 your better off going to your local hardware store and buying a blowtorch it will get the job done faster when trying to dematerialize your CPU.

Haswell-e is fully soldered:

http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/cpu_mainboard/haswell-e_uses_a_soldered_thermal_interface/1

and what bottlenecks your CPU is the plain thermal paste you use. Liquid cooling pro has 82 W/km but is dangerous as it eats aluminum so is better to go with indigo 2 indigo xtream:

http://www.indigo-xtreme.com/page-baa.shtml

40 W/km is far more better than any thermal paste and is completely harmless read more careful the link of the expert I gave above he was running for 2 hours furmark and prime95 together straight without a problem if you are untenable to do it them you are doing something wrong.
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XMP with 3200 is on the 100 strap from what I remember.
~70C with Aida64 and realbench, 55C during gaming.

What's your ambient? I may need to remount and maybe clean my filters. I'm at 1.282v seeing Temps of 86c on my hottest core and 67c on my coolest core with a custom loop.
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Are those your average temps or does that include peak temps(70C @ realbench/aida64)

Mine peaks at 78c on v1.312 @ 4.6ghz with a H105 cooler on aida64



Kind of considering to reapply the thermal paste lol, 15C difference between cores is quiet huge, idk xD. I just wanna take down that peak temp even though it's still Ok

What do you think?

Try running only the fpu test and see how it goes. If it passes you've got a golden chip.
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Haswell-e is fully soldered:

http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/cpu_mainboard/haswell-e_uses_a_soldered_thermal_interface/1

and what bottlenecks your CPU is the plain thermal paste you use. Liquid cooling pro has 82 W/km but is dangerous as it eats aluminum so is better to go with indigo 2 indigo xtream:

http://www.indigo-xtreme.com/page-baa.shtml

40 W/km is far more better than any thermal paste and is completely harmless read more careful the link of the expert I gave above he was running for 2 hours furmark and prime95 together straight without a problem if you are untenable to do it them you are doing something wrong.

i would avoid p95 with AVX instructions on an 8-core processor. unless you are running low voltage. as explained elsewhere, 8-core server processors will down clock when AVX is in the stack in order to control heat (and more importantly in the micro environment - well before it makes it to the IHS). Our 8-core "consumer Desktop" processors do not have this protection, hence p95 w/AVX will rapidly heat the processor. on these chips, p95/AVX really only stresses your thermal solution and not much else.

stick with aid64, realbench, memtestpro (os version). linpac and p95 are not necessary with a 5960X.

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Try running only the fpu test and see how it goes. If it passes you've got a golden chip.

not really. hammering the FPU alone only tests that aspect of the architecture... and generates a heat load you'll never see in any use (even with QM calculations). You can trip up the processor logic easier with successive/parallel instructions to all the processor architecture. overheating one does little to reach "golden".
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At load 5-10C delta is very normal. If you remount your cooler, lift is straight up if you can and check the t-paste pad for gaps. Try something like gelid extreme or PK-1 (2 or 3). Gelid is really the best TIM (paste) right now.
Yea 5-10 delta is indeed normal, but i'm getting near the 15-20 range tongue.gif, I can live with 10-12 but 15-20 just makes me thing I didn't get a good enough spread

I'm using Artic Silver 4 right now, good thermal paste but it was my first time applying it =), I used the line method (straight thin line in the middle)

And it's always Core #2 that's hottest both on idle(2-3C) & on load
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Yea 5-10 delta is indeed normal, but i'm getting near the 15-20 range tongue.gif, I can live with 10-12 but 15-20 just makes me thing I didn't get a good enough spread

I'm using Artic Silver 4 right now, good thermal paste but it was my first time applying it =), I used the line method (straight thin line in the middle)

And it's always Core #2 that's hottest both on idle(2-3C) & on load

AS4? try something newer... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



gelid does better than all but indigo.
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What's your ambient? I may need to remount and maybe clean my filters. I'm at 1.282v seeing Temps of 86c on my hottest core and 67c on my coolest core with a custom loop.

65F ambient right now. The temps I quoted were for the CPU itself, hottest cores were 10C warmer. My custom loop is only ~5C better than the h100i.
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not really. hammering the FPU alone only tests that aspect of the architecture... and generates a heat load you'll never see in any use (even with QM calculations). You can trip up the processor logic easier with successive/parallel instructions to all the processor architecture. overheating one does little to reach "golden".

Let's be honest here, most people will return their processors and deem it defective if it's unable run a few hours of prime95 out of the box. I expect the same from my overclocked processor. Doing mental gymnastics to avoid running it is just silly, because frankly you know it will crash and don't want to face the reality of it.

If you can keep the temps in check there's no reason not to run it.
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I'm at 1.312v@4.5GHz on my 5960x and have an ambient idle temp of 24C, prime never making it reach over 72C (When fully loaded avg temp is around 65-68C). You guys on air or something? What type of rads (size) and what waterblock are you using out of curiousity?
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