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Hey guys, I started the overclock with the system in my sig. Right now I'm at a multiplier of 17.5x @ 1.425v. I'm running fine with prime95 w/ no blue screens for a while now. However, hw monitor and my asus monitor software say my cpu is running at 67c. I am using the Corsair-H50. Is this running too hot?
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The heat from the mosfets may be moving towards the CPU. I'm assuming you're still running them unheatsinked.
Getting something such as Enzotech MOS-C1 might help with the heat (and I highly recommend it if you're going to get even closer to 1.5V on the CPU VID) on the mosfets, but maybe not necessarily the CPU.
And yes, 67C is too hot. Absolute max on AMD (rated officially) is 62C [AMD chips should be able to handle more but they rate it 62C for 1. safety 2. new AMD chips run pretty cool anyways]. Many recommend you stay below 55C. Lower tempeatures may also improve stability and not require as much voltage.
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:S what are the mosfets? Sorry I'm kinda new to this whole scene. I know my basics etc. but I am unfamiliar with the term mosfet
    
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Mosfets/VRMs are to the left of the CPU, and regulate all power to the CPU. On a good system the mosfets load about as hot as the CPU.
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Ah, ok so those heatsinks will greatly help their temps? Also if I'm running 54c load on stock, it doesn't look good as of now to overclock does it? Seems im running hot.
    
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I think you need to reseat the H50, nothing else would explain such a high temp especially at this time of the year(assuming you are in north america).
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I'm at 35c right now just browsing around. Is that high? It says my mobo temp is 30c, but it's pretty cold in there right now. It's sitting on top of my desk and I have a spot cooler pointing right at the cpu as well as 4 case fans. It's actually colder next to the cpu than it is in my room.

Would as5 be a good replacement? I've heard the stock TIM that comes with the h50 is really good.
    
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I'm at 35c right now just browsing around. Is that high? It says my mobo temp is 30c, but it's pretty cold in there right now. It's sitting on top of my desk and I have a spot cooler pointing right at the cpu as well as 4 case fans. It's actually colder next to the cpu than it is in my room.

Would as5 be a good replacement? I've heard the stock TIM that comes with the h50 is really good.
Those temps are good, but hitting 67c in prime95 should not be happening with the h50. as5 is fine, I personally like OCZ freeze and Tuniq TX-4 more though.
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The stock TIM on the H50 is Shin-Etsu material. It's very good, but might require some cooling time.
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Ok so I reseated my h50 with AS5, careful not to lift up after applying the pressure, and my idle is now 29-30c. That will only decrease right? Since the burn in period is 200 hours. Now is that 200 hours of on time, or 200 hours of on and off time? I haven't run Prime95 since I reseated, but I'll do that soon.
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