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post #221 of 6667
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Heat issues with current spec:
Hyper 212 plus with Arctic Silver 5
P6X58D - latest bios
920 D0
Room Temp 28C
antec 900 case

In comparison to the temps of members with this cooler and numbers from:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1215/5/ (specifically their 3.8 OC temps)
many members have a 3.8 to 4.0ghz OC with a 1.25+ Vcore but maintains lower temps than mines.

My volts are:
cpu volt: 1.22500 (1.216 in cpuz)
cpu pll: 1.8
qpi/dram core: 1.21875
dram bus: 1.5

I started with Arctic Silver 5 which was above 80C full load in prime95, switched to the TIM which came with the cooler and the load went to 93C so I went back to Arctic Silver 5 has still hit 85C full load.

at 4ghz, full load topped at 85C after a few hrs of prime95, I decided to lower the speed to 3.6ghz by dropping 21x to 19x with 191 bclk and the temps only changed 5C, topping at 80C 3.6ghz as shown:
http://sites.google.com/site/cpu920/

The heatsink is firm in position, after screwing the 4 sides, I also turned the center screw abit. I've read that idle is about 7-10C higher than room temp, with my room being 28C and my idle averaging 43-45C, it seems to be performing worst than the stock cooler based on my low core volts. My main concern is the full load temp jumping from 44C idle to 80C in under a min of loading prime95.

How some members are getting below 75C with this cooler using much higher vcore at 4.0ghz+? I though it may be my Arctic Silver 5 which I purchased 2yrs ago and kept stored away but considering it did better than the TIM that came with the cooler, I'm doubting the Arctic Silver 5 expired after 2yrs. I made sure to fill the channels between the copper pipes and swiped it even used a plastic card. Can 85C be the limitations of this cooler for my 28C room temp?
I'm not 100%, but I believe that a fair number of the D0 920's just run on the hot side of things. Pair that with 28C ambient and it's going to get warm.

Mark me down as an owner, the fan died on my trusty Freezer Pro 7 so I moved to the 212+. I figure at least I'll be able to reuse this when I move to an i7. Still just a single fan for now, I'm putting off spending more money as long as I can...
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post #222 of 6667
hey guys i just got my cooler master hyper 212 plus and got it installed on my sig rig. i didnt want to make a new thread just for this so im gonna ask it here.

I am doing some stress testing to check temps and im very confused. I normally use Prime95 to check max temps and have done so for 2 years. I read somewhere that Linx is a good stress tester too. Now i am getting max 81C on Linx and 63C on Prime95 after an hour. Which should i go by? I am using Coretemp and HWmonitor. Should i get better cooling? I am only at 1.475v and i have never had an issue before. Never overheated or random shutdowns. If someone could help it would be soooo appreciated. thanks

also i dont think i mounted it wrong because these are the same temps i had with my Tuniq 120
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seems hot. how did you apply the TIM? push/pull as well?
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Sorry if this question was already answered, but can a Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus fit in this case? http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16811119047
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post #225 of 6667
I have one,
why does there need to be a club for every little thing.
post #226 of 6667
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Sorry if this question was already answered, but can a Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus fit in this case? http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16811119047
You would have to take off that side fan duct, but I think you would be fine. Not sure how much deeper your case is than mine, but I would imagine it's pretty similar.
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You would have to take off that side fan duct, but I think you would be fine. Not sure how much deeper your case is than mine, but I would imagine it's pretty similar.
Thanks for the quick response
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seems hot. how did you apply the TIM? push/pull as well?
just like the arctic silver website says for quads. a thin line across the words in the center. anyway i have just the stock fan but i had push/pull set up with a fm121 and it didnt really help just 3C drop. wasn't enough for me to justify the noise increase.
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I'm in, heres a picture of mine.
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I'm in, heres a picture of mine.
wow nice cable management
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