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post #1281 of 2451
Yeah temps do seem a fraction high but I don't think it would be anything to worry about. My 8700K @ 4.9Ghz 1.344v has a max temp of around 62c with an ambient temp around 28-30c (summer in Australia atm) but i've toned it down for the warmer days to 4.5Ghz 1.120v and temps aren't exceeding 52c with the same ambient temp
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Yeah temps do seem a fraction high but I don't think it would be anything to worry about. My 8700K @ 4.9Ghz 1.344v has a max temp of around 62c with an ambient temp around 28-30c (summer in Australia atm) but i've toned it down for the warmer days to 4.5Ghz 1.120v and temps aren't exceeding 52c with the same ambient temp

What testing is that 62c from? Seems very cool for that ambiant and voltage.
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What testing is that 62c from? Seems very cool for that ambiant and voltage.

The usual suspects, prime95, blender etc. Gaming it doesn't exceed 45c on 4.9Ghz. I do have a ton of cooling in my custom loop though and also delidded (not glued back) but maybe I just have a cool chip. Pretty happy with how it turned out. Once winter hits i'm going to ramp it right up biggrin.gif
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The usual suspects, prime95, blender etc. Gaming it doesn't exceed 45c on 4.9Ghz. I do have a ton of cooling in my custom loop though and also delidded (not glued back) but maybe I just have a cool chip. Pretty happy with how it turned out. Once winter hits i'm going to ramp it right up biggrin.gif

I guess I am gimping my cooling a fair bit by having my fans at 400-600rpm. Even so I have loads of rad surface area and my ambient is 10c lower. Any pics of your system, must be a beast biggrin.gif
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I guess I am gimping my cooling a fair bit by having my fans at 400-600rpm. Even so I have loads of rad surface area and my ambient is 10c lower. Any pics of your system, must be a beast biggrin.gif

In my sig thumb.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1643933/formula-lake-900-build-log
post #1286 of 2451
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Very nice! Kind of irritating that you can't see signatures on the mobile site. Anyways you have a bit more surface area than me but I have more fans tongue.gif I turned my fans up to 1000rpm which still isn't insane volume and temps went down to around 65 max... Still seeing as I never stressy PC to 100% I think I will stick with silence wink.gif

You have triggered me though, your cpu block is mounted 90° off, you loose out on a whole 2c from that! tongue.gif
post #1287 of 2451
Haha. Well I had rotated the block that way as it was apparently better on the Supremacy according to the tests carried out by @Moonmanovich. http://www.overclock.net/t/1505481/summer-water-block-round-up-2014

But in the past i've always had it the 'correct way' around, but thought i'd try something different this time plus the way i routed my loop it just made sense tongue.gif

My fans are always running at 100% but they're so quite i don't really notice it being around 2 meters away from my rig. I am tempted though to crank the air conditioner on and do some early winter testing lol
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Prime95 is more stressful than Realbench BUT remember every stress test stresses the CPU in a different way which is why it pays to run several different stress tests, several people in the past have run Prime95 for hours and hours yet crash in games smile.gif

I see... on to some games then smile.gif.

I prefer Realbench anyway for its "realness" and probably running it for 1 hour will be stable for all of my workloads, but I think of Prime95 as a rite of passage for my CPU biggrin.gif.
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are these temps normal for 1.32v @ 5ghz? running occt small data set
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are these temps normal for 1.32v @ 5ghz? running occt small data set

Yep, Delid is needed.
I can't even get 4.9Ghz at those volts... tongue.gif
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