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Had to check my logged numbers once I got home. At 1.250v, I was getting 73C, and at current 1.300v I get 78C using P95. The gpus were idle at the time, so you really can't factor that in to the temps. I've heard anything from 5-10C less using I5 vs I7, but I am using CLU so my temps are a couple C lower than average TIM.

Thanks for checking for me. What P95 test do you run?
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Thanks for checking for me. What P95 test do you run?

That was v26.6 SmallFFTs on 3 min cycles. I've started using OCCT:linpack w/90% RAM since then. Little cooler temps, but stresses the RAM and cache better IMO.
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That was v26.6 SmallFFTs on 3 min cycles. I've started using OCCT:linpack w/90% RAM since then. Little cooler temps, but stresses the RAM and cache better IMO.

Thanks for the info smile.gif
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well, I have a 4690k running at 4.6 Ghz at 1.28v cooled with a swiftech single 240mm rad, cpu maxes out at 65C under stress test with intel xtu. Not too far off from your numbers.
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well, I have a 4690k running at 4.6 Ghz at 1.28v cooled with a swiftech single 240mm rad, cpu maxes out at 65C under stress test with intel xtu. Not too far off from your numbers.
XTU is not IBT.
I hit 81c on air with IBT and stock TIM. Similar voltage, same clocks, same chip. You're good.
Delid should shave about 10c off that.
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post #16 of 19
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I will download XTU and test smile.gif Temps are coming down slowly. I now have all my fans turned down to 40%.

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XTU is a piss poor stress test.

Aida 64 is better for Haswell. Far Cry 4 is harder to run than XTU.
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Yes but I just want to compare temps

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well, I have a 4690k running at 4.6 Ghz at 1.28v cooled with a swiftech single 240mm rad, cpu maxes out at 65C under stress test with intel xtu. Not too far off from your numbers.

Only hit 55c with XTU. Fans and pump running 40% speed so I guess my temps are fine now smile.gif thanks for the comparison.
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