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post #11 of 39
71C is too high unless you're talking about the VRMs.

You'll need to know what sensor on your board goes with which part. VRMs can be at 71C but you don't want your CPU or socket to be that high.

It's also important to keep your northbridge temp down to a reasonable level. 71C is too high for a northbridge in my opinion. TMPIN2 sensor is probably northbridge. Having more airflow toward the sink should help greatly. Northbridges aren't as hard to get under control, temp-wise, as VRMs at higher clocks in particular.

I replaced the thermal paste on my UD3P 2.0 board. I discovered that it was dried-out and cracked even though the board wasn't old at all. That helped quite a bit with northbridge temp. However, the plastic push pins are not easy to get in and out without damaging them so you can end up with a loose fit if you damage the pins. The fit on my board is fairly loose because I reused the old pins but the temps are still good.

Use a non-conductive paste if you replace your northbridge paste and drop a blob in the center of the chip. Don't use the spread method. Since the fit will likely be a bit loose you probably want to use a bit more paste than you would with a CPU, in terms of the volume of paste blob versus the size of the chip area.
Edited by superstition222 - 11/12/16 at 11:52pm
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71C is too high unless you're talking about the VRMs.

You'll need to know what sensor on your board goes with which part. VRMs can be at 71C but you don't want your CPU or socket to be that high.

It's also important to keep your northbridge temp down to a reasonable level. 71C is too high for a northbridge in my opinion. TMPIN2 sensor is probably northbridge. Having more airflow toward the sink should help greatly. Northbridges aren't as hard to get under control, temp-wise, as VRMs at higher clocks in particular.

I replaced the thermal paste on my UD3P 2.0 board. I discovered that it was dried-out and cracked even though the board wasn't old at all. That helped quite a bit with northbridge temp. However, the plastic push pins are not easy to get in and out without damaging them so you can end up with a loose fit if you damage the pins. The fit on my board is fairly loose because I reused the old pins but the temps are still good.

Use a non-conductive paste if you replace your northbridge paste and drop a blob in the center of the chip. Don't use the spread method. Since the fit will likely be a bit loose you probably want to use a bit more paste than you would with a CPU, in terms of the volume of paste blob versus the size of the chip area.

I change paste already Zalman ZM-STG2.

NB voltage 1.2375v isn't to high? 2200mhz is stock clock for NB
4ghz @ 1.3875v get me temp to 53 C I have Cooler master 212 EVO replaced paste too on CPU. One big dot at centre of CPU and then put 212 on.

TMPIN0 = Sytem (Motherboard) Temp on load max 34 C looks good
TMPIN1 = CPU Temp max 59 C too high for 4.0Ghz at Vcore 1.3875
TMPIN2 = Northbridge Temp max 66C on load but when i touch heatsink NB with fingers it's warm not hot. Feels like TMPIN0 is more like NB

so my guess is TMPIN1 is CPU core and TMPIN2 CPU socket.

will do finger test on VRMs. biggrin.gif

I can't figure it out.


post #13 of 39
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I will resolve this problem... I dont know how now but i will do. Otherwise there no use on ''4.0Ghz OC'' it's just turbo boot of this CPU mad.gif

I hope this post can help someone with same problem. If i found solution.
post #14 of 39
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This is stock - all stock! Only change is AHCI for SSD in bios.


Now make OC from begin. thumb.gif
post #15 of 39
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How come your power supply is upside down? It should be sucking in fresh air from the bottom vent. Also your 24 and 8 pin power cables would be long enough to run in the cable management cut outs instead of hanging over the board.
Edited by chrisjames61 - 11/13/16 at 4:01am
post #16 of 39
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How come your power supply is upside down?

1. I thought that it will give me more cooling for GPU. This suck air in case.

2. Turning it down it heat up more caused by thin place where air came in.
post #17 of 39
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So i redo NB and SB paste it give me -8C benefit on same setings on load. But here i want know what is different here?

Both stock and OC have 4ghz max but diferent voltages. and heats?

post #18 of 39
I ca not read or understand HWMonitor. Could you download HWINFO64? It is free and a quick search will find it.

Also, the best version of IBT is this one. http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202 The version you are using does not put enough stress on the cpu.

What I am seeing does not make any sense. Lower voltage should not result in higher temperatures.
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post #19 of 39
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I ca not read or understand HWMonitor. Could you download HWINFO64? It is free and a quick search will find it.

Also, the best version of IBT is this one. http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202 The version you are using does not put enough stress on the cpu.

What I am seeing does not make any sense. Lower voltage should not result in higher temperatures.

I install HWINFO64 and... now i don't understand biggrin.gif

IBT what you gave me say at second extreme test it's unstable.

Yes i can't make any sense too. mad.gif

I reapply paste on CPU too. One big dot at middle. Add one fan to air flow SB direction.
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Originally Posted by miklkit View Post

I ca not read or understand HWMonitor. Could you download HWINFO64? It is free and a quick search will find it.

Also, the best version of IBT is this one. http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202 The version you are using does not put enough stress on the cpu.

What I am seeing does not make any sense. Lower voltage should not result in higher temperatures.



All sensors on IBT Extreme test
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