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JUST want to Confirm. I"M HAVING THE SAME ISSUE!
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9137...l#post11995813

The i7 came with that small piss poor heat sink, I have a custom kit but I'm waiting on a few parts, the stock fan can't even run this thing at normal clocks. You have to turn on power management and set your fans to high, turn on speed steeping to clock down your computer. For my Asus P8P67 Deluxe board. I'm getting 60 to 65 on idle in bios, but my real temps go to about 40 across the board on idle.

I'm have gotten two blue screen and 2 white screens. I also get kicked out to BIOS and I get a overclock error on my Bios hit F2 to re setup.

I even updated the Bios 1055 off their web site and it came factory overclock, the new bios raised my cpu more then the stock. It raised the settings and I had to tone everything done on the stock crappy fan that came with. I was only going to run on this fan for 3 days, but It can't even run without overheating for 2 hours.

I'm just going to install my water kit with a T line today and reinstall when i get my DD monsoon
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Originally Posted by QuadDamage View Post
The i7 came with that small piss poor heat sink
How Intel gets away putting a smaller heatsink on a 95W cpu, than they do on a 65W cpu, is beyond me.

They should check the warehouse for leftover Netburst heatsinks, my old D805 heatsink was a monster
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Originally Posted by $ilent View Post
frankly what do you expect with the intel stock cooler...dont destroy a £280 chip with a free cooler, go buy an aftermarket one for £50 and use that chip to its full potential by overclocking it.

the intel stock cooler on the i5 is pretty good...

its the same as the 980X stock cooler...
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post #94 of 102

This is the current HS, what a POS!

This piss poor hs for a i2600k is a joke I'm sorry to say. You can't even run it stable at stock clocks after a bios flash on my board. Water parts need to hurry up and get to me
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thats wired

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post #96 of 102
Hello I have the same CPU I5 2500K

I have been trying to get lower temps myself im using a megahalems now.

Idle 33° load highest core goes 53°, this is on stock clock and everything auto in the bios.

Just for you I took the mobo out and tried it with stock HSF, again everything on stock clock and all voltages etc on auto in bios.

The idle temps was pretty much the same... but the temps stopped at 75° load (prime)

I have seen people with alot lower temps using the stock heatsink, I can't understand either how they do it, saw some people post 50° load on stock heatsink, either there temp programs are way off or I am also doing something really wrong bios setting wise and maybi with assembling/thermal grease the megahalems I use.

If they get 50° load with stock heatsink I must be able to get around 40° load for sure with megahelms im not sure!
Edited by karkee - 1/19/11 at 4:20pm
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post #97 of 102
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Thanks for the test karkee.

Can anyone recommend me a decent cooler for around $50 that would be at microcenter? I'm still going to take back the mobo / cpu and exchange for a new set since god knows what kinda of damage (if any) has been caused by running it at these temps in the long run. I was planning on picking up a Corsair H50 from best buy (but I don't plan on keeping it) just to test overclocking temps on these before I take them back.

I hear hyper 212+s, Scythe Mugen 2 rev B, n520s are all decent coolers, am I right? Keep in mind that I have OCZ reaper ram, so I don't have alot of extra clearance in that direction. Please don't say "for $30 more you can get so and so" cause I don't have that
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post #98 of 102
you don't need to take back your stuff because it was running at 85 degrees for a little while. It's just fine, just get yourself a better heatsink. Any will do, just go to microcenter and make a list of what they've got and come back here and post the ones they have and prices and we'll tell you which one to buy.

However, your power supply is marginal if you ever decide to upgrade to the latest videocards. If you just bought that, I would take it back and get a more powerful one.
Edited by dissident - 1/21/11 at 7:07pm
post #99 of 102
for the ones who don't know take back your motherboard and cpu and memory .. there has a been a recall on Sandy bridge. Link to story provided:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...-cost-chip-fix
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for the ones who don't know take back your motherboard and cpu and memory .. there has a been a recall on Sandy bridge. Link to story provided:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...-cost-chip-fix
You're late to the dance, it's not the CPU, just the actual chipset on the motherboard itself. Actual CPU's are fine. Making your post have little relevance to the discussion of this thread.
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