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Hi All,

My PC was runing stability test ect prime95 28.7 Small FFT's & Linx max settings) I7 6700k OC @4.5ghz - load 1.280-1.296v run ~20 min the max core temp 81-82 c room temp : 22c
IBT test 78c

My question : is if these values are acceptable under full load. Are these setting ok 24/7 even if the room temperatura is 26-27 Celsius in summer time? I'm just wondering if these values are normal or too high?

PC Ring:
-Asus Z170-A
-I7 6700K@4,5GHz
-Enermax Liqmax 2 240 AIO

Thanks,
Csaba
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Those temps are ok for those voltages as long as it is stable I wouldn't worry. Also most daily tasks are not going to take stress your cpu like that.
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to setup in perspective, i run a 6700k aswell, 4.7ghz @ 1.360 vcore / system agent oc to 1000mhz / 45 ring multi.
i cool my cpu with noctua nh-d15( 2 fans )
in aida64 extreme stability test i run 70 degress to 72degress max.
my room temps are lower thoe. like 18/19 degress ( gotta love denmark biggrin.gif )

coolermaster cm 690 III, basic fan setup, 2 top, 1behind, 1 side, 2 front

85degress i would think is a little hot, special then you dont push vcore more than 1.30, i seen people run 1.45 vcore on aio/good tower coolers, and they still manage to hold it under 80 degress at max torture, have you tryed reseat the cooler and tjek the thermal compund smile.gif?
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prime95 28.7 Small FFT's & Linx max settings

The tests
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Hi All,

My PC was runing stability test ect prime95 28.7 Small FFT's & Linx max settings) I7 6700k OC @4.5ghz - load 1.280-1.296v run ~20 min the max core temp 81-82 c room temp : 22c
IBT test 78c

My question : is if these values are acceptable under full load. Are these setting ok 24/7 even if the room temperatura is 26-27 Celsius in summer time? I'm just wondering if these values are normal or too high?

PC Ring:
-Asus Z170-A
-I7 6700K@4,5GHz
-Enermax Liqmax 2 240 AIO

Thanks,
Csaba

Small FFT's and Linx max settings cause the CPU temperature to be higher than what you would normally get, these are synthetic workloads and if you use AIDA64 for example, you will not get temperatures that high. Also for real world usage, the temperatures will most likely be 10-15C lower if not more.
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to setup in perspective, i run a 6700k aswell, 4.7ghz @ 1.360 vcore / system agent oc to 1000mhz / 45 ring multi.
i cool my cpu with noctua nh-d15( 2 fans )
in aida64 extreme stability test i run 70 degress to 72degress max.
my room temps are lower thoe. like 18/19 degress ( gotta love denmark biggrin.gif )

coolermaster cm 690 III, basic fan setup, 2 top, 1behind, 1 side, 2 front

85degress i would think is a little hot, special then you dont push vcore more than 1.30, i seen people run 1.45 vcore on aio/good tower coolers, and they still manage to hold it under 80 degress at max torture, have you tryed reseat the cooler and tjek the thermal compund smile.gif?

I think he doesn't need to reseat his CPU cooler and check the thermal compound. Most likely he will get the same temperatures if not lower than yours if he runs the same stress test you do. For example AIDA 64 stress test.
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prime95 28.7 Small FFT's & Linx max settings

The tests
Small FFT's and Linx max settings cause the CPU temperature to be higher than what you would normally get, these are synthetic workloads and if you use AIDA64 for example, you will not get temperatures that high. Also for real world usage, the temperatures will most likely be 10-15C lower if not more.
I think he doesn't need to reseat his CPU cooler and check the thermal compound. Most likely he will get the same temperatures if not lower than yours if he runs the same stress test you do. For example AIDA 64 stress test.

yea i assume you are right, prime95 is heavy, more heavy work load, than i have ever put on ANY computer for the last +20 years smile.gif

thats why i use aida64/cinebench, for my use, if theese programs are stable, i will not crash for my application use ( gaming )

and the final test will be my many hours gaming seasons doing the evenings smile.gif
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Maximus VIII Hero
Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 / 4 fans in front push/pull
4.5ghz 1.280-1.290v
corsair dd4-2133cl13 overclocked to 2800 @ 1.225v 15-15-15-35




My temps are very similar to yours too. Should be safe but cooler gets really loud. (not hearing them when playing)
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Now it's here it's good?

Thank you all for your reply.

Then unnecessary loaded with Prime95 Small FFTs & Linx smile.gif

emexci : very similar but I felt +2 fan and a push-pull config. You Small FFT was used in the picture??
Edited by Szinyak - 4/15/16 at 10:07am
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Now it's here it's good?

Thank you all for your reply.

Then unnecessary loaded with Prime95 Small FFTs & Linx smile.gif

emexci : very similar but I felt +2 fan and a push-pull config. You Small FFT was used in the picture??

yes it was small fft and i ran it like 5 hours. i think there are very very less good binned 6700k out there.
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good,coolermaster cm 690 III, basic fan setup, 2 top, 1behind, 1 side, 2 front 49.gif
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Maximus VIII Hero
Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 / 4 fans in front push/pull
4.5ghz 1.280-1.290v
corsair dd4-2133cl13 overclocked to 2800 @ 1.225v 15-15-15-35




My temps are very similar to yours too. Should be safe but cooler gets really loud. (not hearing them when playing)

Do the Liquid Freezer 240 get loud @ 4.5?
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