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Hi kcuestage,

I have the cm sniper case and noctua d14 mounted the same position like yours.
using a 1090t but my full load temp is ridiculous.

idle around 30~33
full load after three hours of prime 95 is around 59~61(small fft)

I did remove the cooler and reapply the thermal paste but I still get the same temperature with only 1 ~2 degree difference after 2 hour of prime 95 test.
I googled and found out that most of the 1090t users could achieve a 4ghz with 48~50c after many hours of 100% load. The temperature Im getting is 10c higher!

Multiplier:20
FSB:200
My room temp:22c
Cpu voltage:1.42v
NB:2400mhz
Vnb:1.17
Cool and queit:disable
Turbo core:disable

other things are set to auto. This is my first overclocking, im really frustrated.
Everything is stable though, but the high temp is making me crazy
post #102 of 145
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Hi kcuestage,

I have the cm sniper case and noctua d14 mounted the same position like yours.
using a 1090t but my full load temp is ridiculous.

idle around 30~33
full load after three hours of prime 95 is around 59~61(small fft)

I did remove the cooler and reapply the thermal paste but I still get the same temperature with only 1 ~2 degree difference after 2 hour of prime 95 test.
I googled and found out that most of the 1090t users could achieve a 4ghz with 48~50c after many hours of 100% load. The temperature Im getting is 10c higher!

Multiplier:20
FSB:200
My room temp:22c
Cpu voltage:1.42v
NB:2400mhz
Vnb:1.17
Cool and queit:disable
Turbo core:disable

other things are set to auto. This is my first overclocking, im really frustrated.
Everything is stable though, but the high temp is making me crazy
i suggest posting this in a new thread in the amd cpu section. you probably wont get much of a response here. i have limited experience with amd cpus, but with intels it is better to not leave voltages on auto because when you do so the bios tends to over-volt them which can cause high temps. maybe try decreasing your voltages 1 notch at a time and test for stability. the primary voltage that effects cpu temps is your vcore, so try dropping that first. again, you should post this in the amd section as they can help you better. also i think this is a problem with your overclock and not your cooling. you just need to fine tune it.
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post #103 of 145
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i suggest posting this in a new thread in the amd cpu section. you probably wont get much of a response here. i have limited experience with amd cpus, but with intels it is better to not leave voltages on auto because when you do so the bios tends to over-volt them which can cause high temps. maybe try decreasing your voltages 1 notch at a time and test for stability. the primary voltage that effects cpu temps is your vcore, so try dropping that first. again, you should post this in the amd section as they can help you better. also i think this is a problem with your overclock and not your cooling. you just need to fine tune it.
Thanks man,
Im new here, so no idea where to post
post #104 of 145
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Thanks man,
Im new here, so no idea where to post
Also, go to User CP and look on the left side for New System. Fill in your specs so other folks can help you out.
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post #105 of 145
I'm going to be trying my D14 in a push/pull once I can save up to buy the new fans. With your recommendation from earlier posts. I'm going with the
http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=27970
9G1212H4011

with a shroud in the middle of course. Do these fans get real loud? I know they are labeled at 40dB,would they still work being turned down a bit?
post #106 of 145
Yep, hook em up to a fan controller and off you go.
post #107 of 145
Sounds good!
post #108 of 145
Yeah you should be fine at half pace or if you get one that displays voltage you should get rid of the excess noise at 7-9v.

40 dBA isn't really that loud but the frequency that its produced at may become annoying. Also remember don't plug in both tacho wires into the header.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 11/15/10 at 8:46pm
post #109 of 145
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Yeah you should be fine at half pace or if you get one that displays voltage you should get rid of the excess noise at 7-9v.

40 dBA isn't really that loud but the frequency that its produced at may become annoying. Also remember don't plug in both tacho wires into the header.
I'll be getting an FC6 to compliment the new fans. So each fan comes with two tacho wires?
post #110 of 145
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I'll be getting an FC6 to compliment the new fans. So each fan comes with two tacho wires?

They don't come with two tacho wires, what I meant is that if you run them off of one channel (which the FC6 is capable of) is that you only plug one fans tacho in to the controller or it will screw up your rpm readings.
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