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What's a safe north bridge temp? Mines at 61c currently which can go as high as 67-68c while running Intel Burn Test.

The heat sink and heat pipes are not hot to the touch though
ASUS has said 65 C or less
    
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Hey buddy just had a look at your Screen/s dial the voltage back and don't do any more stress testing you're killing your chip, your CPU socket temp is hitting 78'!!!! The max temp on these chips is 62' The cores on 1090's(this holds true for all x6 thubans, though the 95w chips have a slightly higher max temp) are not accurately calibrated add 10-12' to core temp offset to accommodate it. I don't ask that you take my word for it, its easy to check. Have a look at your idle core temps, they're reporting sub ambient aren't they? Neither air nor water can cool sub ambient.

Please don't think I'm having a go at you, just looking out for a fellow OCN'er
I think he's right I truely do !
    
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I appreciate the convern but the chips fine, I never bother following the CPU socket temp as it's so inacurate.

The CPU is at 60'c so I dout the CPU socket is 15c+ hotter, especially as it has a Thermochil PA120.3 radiator all too itself.
you better go measure the temp urself to confirm

thuban core readings are usually off by ~10c, anyone (who has a clue) goes my SOCKET temps

also your gflops are WAY low for 4.1ghz (probably due to instability), i get 76 gflops at only 4ghz


and any pictures of your loop? even if 60c was your actual temp, there's still something very wqrong

i dont see how any thuban can reach even 50c w/ a 360rad .... mine never goes above 45c even at 1.55v
Edited by koven - 12/30/10 at 11:25am
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I appreciate the convern but the chips fine, I never bother following the CPU socket temp as it's so inacurate.

The CPU is at 60'c so I dout the CPU socket is 15c+ hotter, especially as it has a Thermochil PA120.3 radiator all too itself.
The readings in CPUID for Core Temp. run 10-12 C LOW
    
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If your northbridge is reporting hot hot hot temps and the heatsink is cool to the touch, chances are your northbridge and it's heatsink have never been, intimate, shall we say

(i.e They need to be touching, and they might not be...)
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Hey whats up guys,
I was looking to get a new case cause obviously the one i have APEVIA sucks ballz sacks. I was looking in to getting the Danger den tower 26 or the Haf X 942. Honestly which one do u think is better cause my water loop is getting way to big for my case and dammit the air flow sucks and the case JUST SUCKS ass plz help thx LOL
it looks like a personal choice to me but i would take the Haf X 942 because their are more people that have worked with them
    
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HAF X, hands down.
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Both great cases but I'd have to give the edge to the dangerden unit. If space is the concern I'd go the double wide tower, future proof potential for great airflow with 8 12cm fan mounts and room for any loop you want(especially multi Rad setups)
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you better go measure the temp urself to confirm

thuban core readings are usually off by ~10c, anyone (who has a clue) goes my SOCKET temps

also your gflops are WAY low for 4.1ghz (probably due to instability), i get 76 gflops at only 4ghz


and any pictures of your loop? even if 60c was your actual temp, there's still something very wqrong

i dont see how any thuban can reach even 50c w/ a 360rad .... mine never goes above 45c even at 1.55v
Gflops are affected by memory and my memory isn't the best, And I wouldn't call 50 runs of Intel Burn Test unstable...

As I said in the picture, it's snowing and the heating is on FULL, hence the high temps as the ambient temp is stupidly high.

And bear in mind that Intel Burn Test makes your chip some 10-15c hotter then Prime95
post #6570 of 13131
It's sad day for the Club, we are losing a member (me).

Just sold my 1055T + Crosshair IV Formula + RAM.

Im moving into Sandy Bridge, after all the issues I've had with OC'ing above 3.6Ghz, I gave up and I want to try Intel.

Sorry guys, but hey! I will probably be back soon whenever there is a Crosshair V for the Bulldozer, heheh!
    
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