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Are 50-52C temps okay for a 2500k at 4.5GHz? I've got a XSPC Raystorm RS240 kit.
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Are 50-52C temps okay for a 2500k at 4.5GHz? I've got a XSPC Raystorm RS240 kit.

If that is your load temp then I would say yes. Definitely. In fact, you've got plenty room to up the volts a bit and push for 5.0ghz, easy.

To put it in to perspective: I'm running a 2700K f@ 5.0ghz and my load temps hit 75C to nearly 80C on occasion during lengthy Prime95 blend tests...and I'm not stressed a bit about that. I'm using a H100 but am about to upgrade to the EX240 Raystorm kit ... and so I expect to chop about 7C to 10C off that load temp. But even so, I'm not breaking my chip or anything by loading at 75C...

So yeah...you've got plenty of room to party.

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I scratched the base on my Raystorm while mounting it, will it cause any issues? Its not deep at all. Infact I can't feel it with my hand but it can be seen. Or should I lap it just in case?
Oh and temps are now about 60C at load, I reseated the block and it seems I've a bad mount.
Edited by Rakin - 10/17/12 at 9:41am
post #13374 of 13773
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I scratched the base on my Raystorm while mounting it, will it cause any issues? Its not deep at all. Infact I can't feel it with my hand but it can be seen. Or should I lap it just in case?
Oh and temps are now about 60C at load, I reseated the block and it seems I've a bad mount.

If it is just a small scratch I would say it will be fine.

But if it is a lengthy scratch I would lap it.

Can you feel it with the back of your finger nail? I would personally probably just get some of the finest "Wet N Dry" I could find and give it a very light rub back.



Hell just lap it and the chip for the hell of it. Doing that you should see at least 2-5 degrees Celsius of the loaded temps, if not more. biggrin.gif
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If it is just a small scratch I would say it will be fine.
But if it is a lengthy scratch I would lap it.
Can you feel it with the back of your finger nail? I would personally probably just get some of the finest "Wet N Dry" I could find and give it a very light rub back.
Hell just lap it and the chip for the hell of it. Doing that you should see at least 2-5 degrees Celsius of the loaded temps, if not more. biggrin.gif
I won't be lapping the chip as I want to keep the option of selling it. Here in BD nobody values a lapped CPU. I can lap the WB though.
Here take a look. It can't be felt with the back of my finger nails nor my finger tip.
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Though, I remounted the block, and now the temps are ~51-52C on each core at full load. But I still want to lap the WB and get rid of the scratches, would I see any temp difference?
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If you can't feel the scratch I would think you may only see a slight improvement.


But your temps seem pretty good for being at load.
post #13378 of 13773
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If you can't feel the scratch I would think you may only see a slight improvement.
But your temps seem pretty good for being at load.
Since I'm goning to get an Corsair 800D/Switch 810 after 29th, I should probably wait for that and then when I drain the loop, I'll have a go with the finest sand paper. Anyway, heres a snap.

Edited by Rakin - 10/17/12 at 2:10pm
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I have an offer for me to buy a complete, used, RX240 kit but with Rasa cpu block for $120. Should I bite on one this or counter offer?
Edited by Garming - 10/17/12 at 7:26pm
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Any idea if vinegar would remove those marks?
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