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post #6171 of 6664
Sorry you are correct, 212+. Its got to be a bad mount, fan not spinning up or at full speed. Do you still have the stock hs? Could swap that out, test temps and that should give you some idea what is going on.
post #6172 of 6664
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Sorry you are correct, 212+. Its got to be a bad mount, fan not spinning up or at full speed. Do you still have the stock hs? Could swap that out, test temps and that should give you some idea what is going on.

Should I ramp up the fans purposely first before testing? I mean, as soon as I hit the test button, I hear them ramping up anyways.

And I had the stock heatsink on before I installed this, I never ran prime95 cause I knew it wouldn't fare remotely well but I never seen it go above 84C on the WORST day and that was at the beginning using the stock fan with the pre applied tim. On average before switching to the 212 Evo, it was around 74C while gaming.

I'm going to try just spreading the tim this time on the heat sink instead of on the processor and spread it.
post #6173 of 6664
Ok lets step back and troubleshoot.

On stock hs it runs warm.

On 212 evo it runs to hot

You can hear hs fan ramping up so that is good.

It can be one of 3 things

1 bad seat, it could be related to mounting hardware
2 bad tim layout
3 bad heatsink(copper hs tube issue, never seen it but possible i guess lol)

Those are the only thing it could be off the top of my head.

Are you sure you didnt edit bios to turn off/on anything when you installed new heatsink? Im really racking my brain as to what else it could be.
post #6174 of 6664
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Ok lets step back and troubleshoot.

On stock hs it runs warm.

On 212 evo it runs to hot

You can hear hs fan ramping up so that is good.

It can be one of 3 things

1 bad seat, it could be related to mounting hardware
2 bad tim layout
3 bad heatsink(copper hs tube issue, never seen it but possible i guess lol)

Those are the only thing it could be off the top of my head.

Are you sure you didnt edit bios to turn off/on anything when you installed new heatsink? Im really racking my brain as to what else it could be.

What could I possibly turn off in regards to the heatsink or fans? All I did was enter bios after I installed the heatsink, checked to see all of the fan RPM's, checked my boot sequencing and then left the bios. I hadn't had this much issues with my FX 8150 or my Phenom before. I'm also thinking its something to do with the mount and/or the tim application. I've had bad tim applications but I've only lost about 5-10C max in performance before. Not an entire 20. I supposedly should be hitting around 75C with my 4770k on stock with the stock heatsink fan. I'm running Corsair SP120s in Push/Pull so perhaps 70-73C.

EDIT: HOLY CRAP. So I checked the voltage using CPU-Z and it showed 1.344V which I know is too damn high. Why is that running stock???
post #6175 of 6664
That high of vcore could do it lol. 1.1ish is around stock. Manually change it to 1.1 if speed is still at stock, runs prime95, watch temps and if they are good let it run for a couple hours to make sure its stable.
post #6176 of 6664
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That high of vcore could do it lol. 1.1ish is around stock. Manually change it to 1.1 if speed is still at stock, runs prime95, watch temps and if they are good let it run for a couple hours to make sure its stable.

Alright but how do I disable turbo for now? I'd like to set it up for adaptive voltage so that it only ramps up when needed but still can't see anywhere to disable turbo
post #6177 of 6664
Dont worry about disabling turbo. Just set vcore at 1.1 and try it.
post #6178 of 6664
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Does CM make a 212 mini? Ive got a cm heatsink that looks like a 212 but isnt as big.

There is a CM heat-sink that looks like a smaller version of the 212 called the TX3.
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post #6179 of 6664
Ty very much. Its a little boss. Cooling mt stock x3 great
post #6180 of 6664
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Dont worry about disabling turbo. Just set vcore at 1.1 and try it.
Currently running Prime95 atm.

I'll post some links. Currently running Prime 95.

http://puu.sh/7SX7y.png

http://puu.sh/7SXqT.png

I believe I raised it to 1.17 then it worked. It crashed at 1.15. It's running at 3.9 Mhz atm so yeah. I'ma let it run for about two hours. Then I'll take off the tim, apply my Noctua on the heat sink itself via spreading, then mount. At 3.9ghz, and at 83C, still seems like I didn't win the silicone lottery lol

Edit: It's also worth noting that my heatsink fans are only running at around 1700-1750~ RPM and they can go up to about 2350RPM max so. No idea how to use SpeedFan to ramp them up even though they are PWM. Clueless lol.
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