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ok so this is the best method to use TIM, try it
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post #32 of 47
I myself have a D14 cooling my 930 @ 4.0 1.23v..I couldn't be any happier with the temps that I get..I am not so sure it is a problem with the tim...Try a pea sized shape of the tim that came with the cooler, then when you reseat the D-14 alternate tightening each screw in an x-pattern...See how that works for you..How is your airflow in the case also??Your ambient temps seem normal.
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post #33 of 47
Use the Noctua TIM. The TIM will spread out better from the weight of the heatsink than AS5.
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I'm using the Noctua TIM & applied it using the pea/rice grain/dot in the center method

I'm at 4.8ghz on a 2600k with Hyper Threading on, Temps are Idle=34c / Full Load=85c
Room Temp is about 26-29c (It's summer. kinda hot here in Manila)

Is this temp ok?
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Originally Posted by Merzki View Post
I'm using the Noctua TIM & applied it using the pea/rice grain/dot in the center method

I'm at 4.8ghz on a 2600k with Hyper Threading on, Temps are Idle=34c / Full Load=85c
Room Temp is about 26-29c (It's summer. kinda hot here in Manila)

Is this temp ok?

85 is too much. I would get some more fans. The summer weather has to have something to do with those high load temps.
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post #36 of 47
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85 is too much. I would get some more fans. The summer weather has to have something to do with those high load temps.
I only reach those numbers when I run prime95.
I'll probably mod my case & add a side fan.
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post #37 of 47
just remember that IBT/LinX, using the latest Linkpack, will give you much higher temps than prime. After 12 hours of prime blend my temps peak at 70c and averages around mid 60s, using IBT with latest linkpack shot my temps to 80c. I believe IBT with the new linkpack is a good stability tester (but overkill) but all rounder prime does a much better job in terms of temps/overclock ratio.
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post #38 of 47
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Originally Posted by Asmola View Post
Spread thermal paste like this and see how it works.
There is a high possibility of air bubbles doing it like that unless you lap the cpu and HSF.
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post #39 of 47
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wayyyyy too little
had the same prob on a gfx card.. i used way to little. u need moar!
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post #40 of 47
Too little TIM, D14 takes a bit.
 
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