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Either a) you are lucky it's just bad thermal paste on the H100i or b) it's the thermal paste inside the CPU that is horrible (well it is horrible either way actually a fact since it's very poor material they used for the Ivy's compared to the Sandy and Haswell) if reapplying thermal paste on the outside doesn't resolve it you have to delid it to get the best temps 100% (and yes there is risk in doing it but you can potentially lower the temps even further than you had before the problem)

Yeah indeed only for full frame but luckily the 5D is thumb.gif

Edit: here is a link to a thread about deliding if you are unsure about what it is and what it takes http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/official-delidded-club

And if I have to delid my cpu and I break it I can just buy the z87 mobo and i7 wink.gifwink.gif

Naah, I'm gonna look around a bit more to see where I can order some thermal paste without the absurd 9,50€ shipping cost!
post #10812 of 18197
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And if I have to delid my cpu and I break it I can just buy the z87 mobo and i7 wink.gifwink.gif

Naah, I'm gonna look around a bit more to see where I can order some thermal paste without the absurd 9,50€ shipping cost!
Yeah deliding is a risky thing but well worth it if you can do it.

Also have you checked these sites http://nl.bruneautech.com/ http://www.beslist.nl/ the last one is more like a search engine like pricerunner. Well i dunno maybe they have ridiculous shipping but worth looking at since it's from your region.

Edit: also i would go with Arctic Silver Mx-4 or IC Diamond but i don't know where you can get the last one.

Edit:Edit: Ebay is your friend http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-x-Tubes-IC-Diamond-7-Carat-CPU-Thermal-Compound-Heatsink-Paste-/310706056673?pt=UK_Computing_Thermal_Compounds_Supplies&hash=item4857862de1 14,50EU total shipping only costs 2,50EU and it's two tubes biggrin.gif
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 7/16/13 at 8:48am
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post #10813 of 18197
Thanks! smile.gif

So I took a screen from the Core Temp application, if I remember correctly this used to be around 10°C cooler.



And half an hour later, just using youtube and browsing web


Edited by -SpArkLeS- - 7/16/13 at 10:44am
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Thanks! smile.gif

So I took a screen from the Core Temp application, if I remember correctly this used to be around 10°C cooler.
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And half an hour later, just using youtube and browsing web
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Damn yeah i can see why you would be concerned, they are quite high idle temps with a H100i, they should be around the high 20's low 30's with that heatsink. I have a CM Hyper 212 Evo and i get about those temps at idle, though that is a 2500K it should still be quite a bit lower. But to really get an indication of the problem you should run Prime95 for a while to see the temps under load since that is much more important than idle temps. Also 10-12° between the coolest and hottest core is a good indicator of not to good applied thermal paste though of course it doesn't have to be the issue. Under load mine get's between 6-7° between coldest and hottest, and a 74° maximum total.

The temps themselves aren't THAT bad at all just a bit on the hot side definitely nothing worrying, but hopefully reapplying the thermal paste will help you out, crossing my fingers smile.gif

Edit: Also the IC Diamond 7 i referred to earlier has a little bit thicker consistency than most other compounds so it's a little harder to remove and spread. So if you don't want that you could go for Arctic Silver 5 or MX-4 there are of course lot's of choices but those are as good as any (all on Ebay too)
Edited by Anonymous Inc - 7/16/13 at 12:23pm
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You think it has something to do with it being summer? (I guess I should first ask if it's summer where you are). My idle temps are also higher atm compared to a few months ago. Maybe you need to reapply the TIM.
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Nah it's always warm in my room. I'm go na reapply Tim but I first need to buy some.

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Nah it's always warm in my room. I'm go na reapply Tim but I first need to buy some.

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Yeap, I would re-apply the TIM and order in some new TIM.. I know its a pain. I would also recommend making a log of before and after temps and of course the date, time and ambient temp this way you have something rock solid to full back on. Don't forget when you have applied the TIM and pressed the heat sink and cpu together to then pull it apart and check that the TIM is over all the required area of your CPU and there is a TIM imprint on your heat sink that matches. I some times apply the TIM over the cpu with my finger and then sandwitch and then check. If I dont have TIM on the heat sink I apply some in that area and sandwitch and check again. Once happy I then clean the heat sink surface and then tighten the heat sink down.

Oh, off topic but I also love my 5D MII, but I would say I use my 70-200 f2.8 MKII lens more than my 24-70 f2.8 as you can hang back further from people and get natural expressions as the 24-70 is right in your face.. I do indeed love my 70-200 its my primary lens, but for some reason I am so lazy when it comes to taking photos of my computer I just use my iPhone biggrin.gif I guess I just don't find it worthy of taking good pictures of it yet.
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Yeap, I would re-apply the TIM and order in some new TIM.. I know its a pain. I would also recommend making a log of before and after temps and of course the date, time and ambient temp this way you have something rock solid to full back on. Don't forget when you have applied the TIM and pressed the heat sink and cpu together to then pull it apart and check that the TIM is over all the required area of your CPU and there is a TIM imprint on your heat sink that matches. I some times apply the TIM over the cpu with my finger and then sandwitch and then check. If I dont have TIM on the heat sink I apply some in that area and sandwitch and check again. Once happy I then clean the heat sink surface and then tighten the heat sink down.

I always thought you weren't supposed to lift the heat sink up and put it back down as it can cause air bubbles in the TIM which causes not a good contact and more heat.

It's boiling here in Korea. My graphic cards were hitting 85c last night. House is around 25-30 with the air con on. Guess I'm going to have to slap on the mesh side with fans this summer. I would go the water cooling route but importing the items with exchange rate, importation taxes just makes it to expensive.
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I always thought you weren't supposed to lift the heat sink up and put it back down as it can cause air bubbles in the TIM which causes not a good contact and more heat.

It's boiling here in Korea. My graphic cards were hitting 85c last night. House is around 25-30 with the air con on. Guess I'm going to have to slap on the mesh side with fans this summer. I would go the water cooling route but importing the items with exchange rate, importation taxes just makes it to expensive.

Last summer my GPU was hitting 89'C, so I did my water cooling setup. It might have cost a bit but then its better than not being able to use my computer because the GPUs where getting hotter than I liked biggrin.gif
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