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post #31 of 46
Answers are in link below
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/id-1800828/intel-temperature-guide.html
Section 13 - Thermal Testing @ 100% Workload

Prime95 Small FFT's is the standard for CPU thermal testing, because it's a steady-state 100% workload. This is the test that Real Temp uses to test sensors. Version 26.6 is well suited to all Core i and Core 2 variants.

Core i 2nd through 6th Generation CPU's have AVX (Advanced Vector Extension) instruction sets. Recent versions of Prime95 such as 28.7 run AVX code on the Floating Point Unit (FPU) math coprocessor, which produces unrealistically high temperatures. The FPU test in the utility AIDA64 shows similar results.

Prime95 v26.6 produces temperatures on 3rd through 6th Generation processors more consistent with 2nd Generation, which also have AVX instructions, but do not suffer from thermal extremes due to having a soldered Integrated Heat Spreader and a significantly larger Die.

Note: If you overclock and run applications which use AVX, you may need to reduce Vcore and clock speed and / or upgrade your cooling so that Core temperatures don’t exceed 80C.

Prime95's default test, Blend, is a cyclic workload for testing memory stability, and Large FFT's combines CPU and memory tests. As such, Blend and Large FFT's both have cyclic workloads which aren’t suitable for CPU thermal testing.

Other stability tests such as Linpack and Intel Burn Test have cycles that peak at 110% workload, which again aren’t suitable for CPU thermal testing. The test utility OCCT runs elements of Linpack and Prime95, but will terminate the CPU tests at 85C.

Intel’s specification for Digital Thermal Sensor (DTS) accuracy is +/- 5C. This means deviations between the highest and lowest Cores may be 10C, so "Average" Core temperature is often more realistic.

On processors with more than 2 Cores, the inner Cores run warmer because they’re insulated by the outer Cores. Here’s the physical layout in 2nd, 3rd and 4th Generation Quad Core processors, and an example of how it typically affects Core temperatures:

IGPU = Not in use (PCIE graphics card in use)
Core #0 = 75C (insulated by IGPU and Core #1)
Core #1 = 78C (insulated by Core #0 and #2)
Core #2 = 76C (insulated by Core #1 and #3)
Core #3 = 71C (insulated by Core #2 only)

Note: When viewing your temperatures in Core Temp, values which reach 81C or higher will change from black to amber, which indicates caution.[
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post #32 of 46
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by psyclum View Post

no i dont oc gpu honestly even i dont know how to oc gpu redface.gif
here is result of cpu+gpu on stock clock for 15min
fans work on pwm mode
rear fan:790rpm
2xfan front:1050rpm


Edited by hichkas - 10/6/15 at 2:55pm
post #33 of 46
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

if ه understood correctly then i have a heat issue when oc cpu to 4.5Ghz and core #2 get 78C~84C ?!!
and my heat issue still remain mad.gif damm i was happy when see my result on 4.5ghz.

Edited by hichkas - 10/6/15 at 3:03pm
post #34 of 46
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Originally Posted by hichkas View Post

if ه understood correctly then i have a heat issue when oc cpu to 4.5Ghz and core #2 get 78C~84C ?!!
and my heat issue still remain mad.gif damm i was happy when see my result on 4.5ghz.dammmmm

You have a case designed to be cool and quiet with normal components.

As psyclum said, either lower the overclock or get a case that can accommodate bigger coolers and move more air.
post #35 of 46
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

You have a case designed to be cool and quiet with normal components.

As psyclum said, either lower the overclock or get a case that can accommodate bigger coolers and move more air.

OK this is my mistake to stick with this case . you right, tomorrow i find way get rid of case and NH-u12s.
buy new case have a at least 2way for outlet and 2way for intake with 165mm Height for buy NH-D15
, even i am sure in my country option is limited or twice expensive than other world for example (Corsair Obsidian Series® 550D Mid-Tower)) price is 149$ in newegg but in my city is 203$ :devil
post #36 of 46
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Originally Posted by hichkas View Post

OK this is my mistake to stick with this case . you right, tomorrow i find way get rid of case and NH-u12s.
buy new case have a at least 2way for outlet and 2way for intake with 165mm Height for buy NH-D15
, even i am sure in my country option is limited or twice expensive than other world for example (Corsair Obsidian Series® 550D Mid-Tower)) price is 149$ in newegg but in my city is 203$ :devil
If you have Phanteks or Fractal Design cases available, check them out. both have some very nice quiet cases with good airflow.
post #37 of 46
Thread Starter 
here a list of most case available Warning:case list! (Click to show)
Case: Cooler Master Cosmos II
Case: Cooler Master Cosmos SE | Side Panel Window
Case: Cooler Master Haf X
Case: Cooler Master Haf 912 | Side Panel Window
Case: Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker White | Side Panel Window
Case: Cooler Master CM Storm Scout 2 Advance | Side Panel Window
Case: Cooler Master CM 690 III | Side Panel Window
Case: Cooler Master CM 690 III
Case: Cooler Master Silencio 452
Case: Cooler Master K550
Case: Cooler Master K350
Case: Cooler Master K280
Case: Cooler Master N500
Case: Cooler Master N400
Case: Cooler Master N300


Case: Corsair Obsidian 550D
Case: Corsair Graphite 380T Portable Mini ITX Black
Case: Corsair Carbide 330R Blackout Edition Ultra Silent
Case: Corsair Carbide 330R Titanium Edition Silent


Case: Aero Cool GT-S Black Edition
Case: Aero Cool DS 200 Black/White
Case: Aero Cool DS 200 Black
Case: Aero Cool Strike-X Air
Case: Aero Cool Syclone II-BK
Case: Aero Cool DS 200 Lite Black
Case: Aero Cool DS Cube Window black
Case: Aero Cool Aero-1000 White
Case: Aero Cool Strike-X Xtreme Black Edition
Case: Aero Cool Aero-1000 Black
Case: Aero Cool X-Warrior Black Edition
Case: Aero Cool Aero-800 Black
Case: Aero Cool BattleHawk White:
Case: Aero Cool BattleHawk Black
Case: Aero Cool VS-92 Black Windows Edition
Case: Aero Cool GT-RS BK
Case: Aero Cool Strike-X Coupe
Case: Aero Cool Cyclops Advance Black
Case: Aero Cool Cyclops Black
Case: Aero Cool Aero-500 Black
Case: Aero Cool GT Black Advance
Case: Aero Cool GT Black


Case: Xigmatek Elysium
Case: Xigmatek Midgard III Q
Case: Xigmatek Assassin Black Gaming | Side Panel Window-
Case: Xigmatek Assassin Black Gaming


Case: Deep Cool Kendomen Ti | Side Panel Window
post #38 of 46
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Originally Posted by hichkas View Post

no i dont oc gpu honestly even i dont know how to oc gpu redface.gif
here is result of cpu+gpu on stock clock for 15min
fans work on pwm mode
rear fan:790rpm
2xfan front:1050rpm


ok a max temp of 77 while both CPU and GPU are stressed by AIDA64 is a reasonable temp. could be better, but the front fans are not blasting at 100% so acoustically speaking it's an acceptable compromise. what was the CPU fan speed while this test is going on? how loud was the GPU fans compared to your test prior to the upgrades? you could very well stick with this configuration and not have to worry about it again since 4ghz is not exactly "slow" in previous generations you had to overclock just to achieve 4ghz. and currently it's achieving this at a "reasonable" noise level with your GPU likely being the loudest component in the system under full stress. remember, this is WORST possible scenario meaning realistically speaking you may be able to clock to 4.5GHz and temps are still OK under "gaming" loads. AIDA temps are IMPOSSIBLE under "gaming" loads so you will never reach the temps you are showing now while just playing games or under normal computing loads. only time you would come close is if you were mining or folding for days on end...

unfortunately you bought alot of equipment to achieve this and IF you are looking at possibly upgrading the case then lets not make the same mistakes this time... before we get further, am I correct you only have access to Xigmatek, Aero Cool, Corsair, deep cool, and coolermaster? are there any other brands that is available? maybe Silverstone? Fractal design? phanteks? or Nanoxia? just trying to get an idea of what we have to work with before wasting any more $ that could have been better spent. the list you provided is rather short and only offer a few that are reasonably priced while still providing good airflow and allow tall HSF. also, as far as HSF, originally you mentioned that only thermalright and deepcool are available, but then you purchased a noctua so obviously there are other brands that are also available? i don't know what side of the planet you are from but from my understanding "some" brands are excessively expensive in some countries due to import duties so some recommendations may sound correct in terms of USD but totally wrong in some other currency. the point is if you are unable to get the best in 1 brand, we may be able to recommend a different brand that might even cost less in your country if we know what all the options are.
post #39 of 46
What psyclum said. thumb.gif
I render graphics and video which works CPU as hard as any stress test .. much harder than normal users do. Your temps are fine. You don't really need to do anything more.
post #40 of 46
Thread Starter 
i want better airflow maybe some day i want oc cpu oc or even sli gpu....thx for all you learn me guys
Aerocool DS200
aerocool aero-1000
i can buy one of them ..which one do you guys recommend ?
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

What psyclum said. thumb.gif
I render graphics and video which works CPU as hard as any stress test .. much harder than normal users do. Your temps are fine. You don't really need to do anything more.
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Originally Posted by psyclum View Post


Edited by hichkas - 10/7/15 at 3:01am
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