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post #11 of 18
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When I changed the Vcore manually to 1.2V it seems to slow down...it still gets upto 80C+ but much much slower

Maybe I should put everything on manual...maybe the 'auto' voltages are causing this? I don't know.

All I know is anandtech got the i7 2600K upto 4.4Ghz with the 'crappy' Intel stock cooler.

I just opened my case and the cooler doesn't move at all when pushing it so I would find it weird that the problem lies there
post #12 of 18
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When I changed the Vcore manually to 1.2V it seems to slow down...it still gets upto 80C+ but much much slower

Maybe I should put everything on manual...maybe the 'auto' voltages are causing this? I don't know.

All I know is anandtech got the i7 2600K upto 4.4Ghz with the 'crappy' Intel stock cooler.

I just opened my case and the cooler doesn't move at all when pushing it so I would find it weird that the problem lies there
Well yea lowering volts makes it cooler, are you still stable? no reason not to if you are sticking to stock.

I still recommend a reseat as you temps are too high order some tim online for $10-15 bucks and get it over with. Doesn't matter if it's not moving, it could be making excellent contact the tim could just be smeared weird or unsmooth and they use way too much anyways. If it doesn't work after a reseat THEN go looking for other problems, this is by far the most common even if you have done it many times before it happens.
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idk why people would buy this processor and use the stock cooler.

Protect your investment and cool that processor wisely with after market cooling.

Just spend the $50 on something good, and you won't see such high temps.
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Might get a H50.

I just remember, while installing the heatsink, it wasn't attached very good and I pulled it back off..but the tim was already applied.

I just pushed it back on (good this time) but the tim was already applied...Could this be the problem?
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Might get a H50.

I just remember, while installing the heatsink, it wasn't attached very good and I pulled it back off..but the tim was already applied.

I just pushed it back on (good this time) but the tim was already applied...Could this be the problem?
Absolutely. You probably have air between the chip and the heatsink. Reseat it with new thermal paste asap!
post #16 of 18
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It sucks though, the best Belgian store for hardware sells Arctic Silver Silver 5 for 4,99- but shipping is ~10

Might aswell buy a new cooler with it
Edited by Guerrilladawg - 1/19/11 at 5:48am
post #17 of 18
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When I changed the Vcore manually to 1.2V it seems to slow down...it still gets upto 80C+ but much much slower

Maybe I should put everything on manual...maybe the 'auto' voltages are causing this? I don't know.

All I know is anandtech got the i7 2600K upto 4.4Ghz with the 'crappy' Intel stock cooler.

I just opened my case and the cooler doesn't move at all when pushing it so I would find it weird that the problem lies there
Did you even look at the picture of what anandtech used? A huge tower. The stock cooler for SB is a crappy short one. I seriously doubt it would hit 4.4 with it.

I wish that anandtech would edit the article already.
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post #18 of 18
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Thing is, the picture where they said it hit 4.4 Ghz had the crappy old stock cooler.

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These chips overclock very well. Both my Core i5-2500K and Core i7-2600K hit ~4.4GHz, fully stable, using the stock low-profile cooler.

This is all you need for 4.4GHz

Edited by Guerrilladawg - 1/20/11 at 5:28am
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