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nvm im an idiot, they were setting in a box in my room
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lol we all have those moments
   
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can someone tell me if the copy link for the sig works or not?
   
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to select the entire thing easily, triple click on it, then right click -> copy

(double click = word select, triple click = paragraph select)

to test sigs just paste in a quick reply, then use go advanced
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it works, a member was just asking how to use it, I thought it works, which it does. So.... we're good
   
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post
What are the best safe temps for a Hyper 212 and a 2500k @ 4.8Ghz.
For me... (edit: and just FYI this is BEFORE I lapped any of my hardware)

- Arctic Silver 5, cured properly
- i5-2500k 4.8ghz 1.41v @ load
- Hyper 212+
- Prime small FFT 10 minute test, temps taken in last 30 sec of test

General range: 78-82
Cool room: 77-79 (80 max)
Warmer room: 80-82 (84 max).

The 212+ max overclocking range on the i5-2500k with a Hyper 212+ seems to be right around 4.7-4.8ghz, depending on the voltage YOU need. It depends on your use of the CPU and what temps you feel comfortable with. I think a lot of people on here try to stay under 80C in Prime small FFT testing... that's coming from fairly experienced users too. These chips can run pretty hot, safely. The max temp before shutting down is 98C.

Check the Sandy Stable Club thread on here for information on temps people hit with the overclock they use day to day.

Quote:
Originally Posted by mrwalker View Post
Well, with the stock cooler I'm hitting temps of 85C max under load when running Bad Company 2. Is that normal? I have hyperthreading enabled.

Now the second part of the question, will the CM 212+ work with the Corsair Vengeance memory on an Asus Sabertooth P67? The Vengeance line of memory has the high heatsinks.
I know when I got my i5-2500k (I know, no HT for it), I was hitting really high temps (75C+) in just a few minutes of Prime. Stock cooler/clockspeed/voltage. That was not even with the Small FFT option either. It did eventually drop when I got AS5, to like 65-67C, but the point is that its not terribly unusual. That being said, I think yours are a bit high if that's all stock equipment/settings (I assume it is).

How are you applying your thermal paste? I've seen an 8C differential between applying thermal paste well and applying it poorly. Arctic Silver's method works exceptionally well for me, I do everything they say and get great results comparing to others with same CPU/cooler/settings. With the Hyper 212+ I do it a bit different, and I apply 1mm lines down each pipe and its been working great.

If you're using the stock cooler make sure its locked in tight and the knobs are turned the right way. I had them turned the wrong way, you want to refer to the instructions to be sure you've turned them the right way. I know the arrows on the knobs were counter-intuitive to me (I think turn left = locked).

Other than that, and case airflow, ambients, etc.... keep in mind temperatures can be inaccurate, though they tend to be pretty good at high temps like you're getting. There is slope error and TjMax error. Refer to the RealTemp documentation (just google the 2 words) for a great explanation of the inaccuracies.

As for the 2nd question,

I do remember hearing someone complaining about the 212+ not fitting well with Corsair memory, I think I read that in a Newegg review and unfortunately all the detail he gave was that it was Corsair memory.

Can you measure your hardware? At worst you can raise the fan up so it fits (the sink itself won't interfere with the ram), but you might lose a slight bit of cooling that way.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by donkrx View Post
So I just noticed the livechat feature was up so I went ahead and did that to get a transcript, here's what they said regarding the thermal paste that comes with the Hyper 212+:

Question: what is the thermal paste (the actual name of it) that comes with the Hyper 212+?

Marvin: It is a generic paste similar to what Intel provides

donkrx: Is it a product you sell or make?
donkrx: The reason for my question is that I understand the Hyper 212+ used to come with your higher quality Thermal Fusion 400 paste
donkrx: and basically all I want to know
donkrx: is confirmation that it is no longer Thermal Fusion 400

Marvin: It never came with thermal fusion.
Marvin: Our V8 came with a sample of it initially yes

donkrx: I see, thank you for your time

=============================

So I guess its neither TF400 nor HTK-002.
Umm, I just bought a CM Hyper 212+ and its month of import is Jan 2011. So, what paste is bundled along with my CPU cooler? Is it some generic paste?
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it should have been the good kind, not sure of the name though. upload a pic? i dont remember what it is
   
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Originally Posted by chinesethunda View Post
it should have been the good kind, not sure of the name though. upload a pic? i dont remember what it is
This one:

Anyway, I think I'll be better off applying some decent TIM rather than the bundled one.

Edit: Even I've confirmed that the paste bundled along with CM Hyper 212+ is not ThermalFusion 400.

It's a generic paste!
Edited by iChaitanya - 8/12/11 at 9:42am
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Yeah, I wouldn't use the TIM bundled with it. you could try some arctic silver 5 or mx3 or some shin etsu I heard that stuff is really good
   
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