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It's pretty hot:clock: here.........about 28-32*C room temp:eek:

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It is all about temps over ambient. With your ambients that high you might not be too far off from what could be expected. In hardwarecanucks review on a stock i7 920 the CM V8 was getting 7 over ambient idle and 33-34 over ambient at load. At 3.8 it is showing 21 over ambient idle and 58.8 at load. In both cases load being Prime 95 small fft.

Now obviously that is a 920 and not a 760 and alot of times the official reviews aren't done with the best of overclocks but the temp differences between them (920 & 760) won't be too far off and probably varies more from batch to batch.

With your upgraded fan I might expect a few degrees better than what you are seeing but it is hard to say for sure since 760's will vary quite a bit on temps and voltage. What is the rest of the case airflow like. Good airflow with plenty of fresh air feeding the CPU cooler can make quite a bit of difference especially with a high rpm fan on the cpu cooler.
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Try a remount, it's most likely because your heatsink isn't coming in complete contact with your CPU.
     
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post #23 of 27
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It is all about temps over ambient. With your ambients that high you might not be too far off from what could be expected. In hardwarecanucks review on a stock i7 920 the CM V8 was getting 7 over ambient idle and 33-34 over ambient at load. At 3.8 it is showing 21 over ambient idle and 58.8 at load. In both cases load being Prime 95 small fft.

Now obviously that is a 920 and not a 760 and alot of times the official reviews aren't done with the best of overclocks but the temp differences between them (920 & 760) won't be too far off and probably varies more from batch to batch.

With your upgraded fan I might expect a few degrees better than what you are seeing but it is hard to say for sure since 760's will vary quite a bit on temps and voltage. What is the rest of the case airflow like. Good airflow with plenty of fresh air feeding the CPU cooler can make quite a bit of difference especially with a high rpm fan on the cpu cooler.
Thanks a lot man it really helped decreased some temp maybe I'll take a pic of my interior tomorrow and tell me what you think.
post #24 of 27
I too am blessed/cursed with a chip that is stable at low voltage, AND, hot.

4ghz is stable with Hyperthreading at a lowish 1.28v. AND, my temps peak at 90deg on LinX after 10 mins.

I've reseated a number of times, applied TIM differently (Pea/rice/line), all of which didn't make any real difference.

What HAS made a difference is case airflow. I was able to shave 5deg off by simply adding a side intake fan.

I'll also be upgrading my case fans to Silent Typhoons soon, so I'm hoping that will also help.
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Well I have a nice cool running chip... Trying to find the settings for OC now...

Last night with 1.26v cpu and 1.24v VTT windows load voltage it faile stress test after 6.5 hours...

Sad part is I was only at 160 x 21 = 3.362

Runs cool though

testing at same clock and 1.275v cpu load... Hopefully it will work..

Max temps around 46 - 48c...
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Thanks 4 the tip, I already have the paste applied correctly and no luck, but is there any difference between Artic Silver's and Cooler Master's thermal paste?
i am not sure how cooler masters paste fairs but arctic is known to be good. also i read that its 32c in your room. hoooleee sheeep. thats too much. that would explain the high temps. open your case and get some good ventillation running in that room. i remember when my room temp hit 45c here in melbourne last year my then q9550 was idling at 55-65c. so your room temp is very important.
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Thanks for the advice guys Gonna post the results later on another topic and pics too....
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