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Depends on which version of Prime95 you're talking about. Which version do you use? If it is one of the newer versions like 28.9, you will never see 55C at full load on an overclocked chip. Maybe if you delidded the chip and ran a custom loop. Maybe. P95 that uses AVX instructions just pushes the chips too hard to see those kinds of temps in all but the most extreme cooling (ln2 or Peltier, etc.)

As I said, I have my 6600k at 4.5Ghz and about 1.25v. That's not a high voltage and yet I run in the mid 70's on Prime95 (AVX). On tests like AIDA I run in the high 50's. I have the H115i which is exactly the same cooler as the H110i GTX (they changed the model name this year).

Okay, I understand. And Yes, I did use the latest version (28.9) and the highest CPU test "small FTs" ( I think it's called, I'm at work so unable to look it up). So in more real world conditions I should see temps about 10c lower then the prime95 test I ran?

So for example if I'm seeing 67C on Prime 95 stress test on version 28.9, then I can roughly expect real world conditions to put it no higher then say about 55c?
Sorry for the repetition I just want to make double sure that I do actually have a little room for an over clock and its not the GTX H110i's fault. Thanks again guys.
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Okay, I understand. And Yes, I did use the latest version (28.9) and the highest CPU test "small FTs" ( I think it's called, I'm at work so unable to look it up). So in more real world conditions I should see temps about 10c lower then the prime95 test I ran?

So for example if I'm seeing 67C on Prime 95 stress test on version 28.9, then I can roughly expect real world conditions to put it no higher then say about 55c?
Sorry for the repetition I just want to make double sure that I do actually have a little room for an over clock and its not the GTX H110i's fault. Thanks again guys.

I would say roughly 10C, yes. Test some more when you get home. Realbench, or AIDA64.
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I would say roughly 10C, yes. Test some more when you get home. Realbench, or AIDA64.

Okay, so back with some results. Using speccy to monitor temps due to speedfan producing some inconsistent results.

Realbench has me at about 53c under video encoding and heavy multitasking (for whatever reason the stress test crashes when starting). I also ran the test on my old 6600k for control purposes and my CPU temps stayed around 49c. These numbers seem a lot more reasonable, just thought I would throw them up here in case anyone was wondering the out come and for some general feedback, thanks guys.
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