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Hey guys,
My idle temps are around 60C with a Vendetta 2 and Gigabyte EP45-UD3P. Voltages are hoovering around 1.3625V (Intel rated "limit) idle and around 1.344V load (Prime95). Under load (again, Prime95) temps exceed 80C. Case temps seem to be fine at idle, and obviously start to heat up under load. Ambient is a constant 22-26C (72-79F).

Settings:
Multi:9x
FSB:480
Core Speed: 4.32GHz

Voltages:
CPU Core: 1.43750V
MCH Core: 1.34V

Any help, as well as suggestions, are aprecciated. +rep for good advice.

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Originally Posted by 3XPeriment View Post
Ok, so, the sensor is definitely messed up, but I'm not sure if I should RMA. Should I just OC the chip and ignore the temp readings? I'm getting a reading of 74C on both cores running Prime95, but if I touch the heatsink (Vendetta 2) no part is hot: some parts are warm at best, including the heatpipes and the base. I'm running at 4GHz 1.31V (load) right now, so temps really shouldn't be that high. Ambient and case temps are also good.

Edited by 3XPeriment - 12/29/08 at 3:43pm
     
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Temps are too high, reset your heatsink. Also, what type and how much thermal grease did you use.
Edited by Kyle659 - 12/26/08 at 12:28am
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Temps are too high, reset your heatsink.
Afraid you'd say that. Thanks man. +rep. Will do. Do you think that those temps have anything to do with the Arctic Silver 5's curing time?

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Temps are too high, reset your heatsink. Also, what type and how much thermal grease did you use.
OCZ Vendetta 2, AS5, and come to think of it, probably too little. Less than a pea size to be sure.
Edited by 3XPeriment - 12/26/08 at 12:30am
     
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No, AS5 curing will only drop temps a few degrees. Use just a small dot in the center of the cpu or a thin line down the center.
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Afraid you'd say that. Thanks man. +rep. Will do. Do you think that those temps have anything to do with the Arctic Silver 5's curing time?
No you are talking about 2degrees at the most for "curing" time. Its hot cause your vcore is pretty high.
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post #6 of 25
yeah your idle temps are waaay to high.
reseat it, put a dab of thermal paste and try again.
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No you are talking about 2degrees at the most for "curing" time. Its hot cause your vcore is pretty high.
Yeah, that's what I thought too, cept I've seen many 45nm owners with equal or lesser heatsinks and higher vcore with lower temps.
     
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Yeah, that's what I thought too, cept I've seen many 45nm owners with equal or lesser heatsinks and higher vcore with lower temps.
they proboly have better airflow in their cases
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post #9 of 25
Max temps for your cpu is 72c. Do you have you vcore set to 1.437 in bios?
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post #10 of 25
Like everyone said a rice size at the middle of the chip. Make sure you make the screw are tight. You should at least be hovering around 35c idle.
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