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So I'm worried I'm getting a little too high temps. On 4.2 , 1.35V and with HT off in Prime i get over 70C and with HT on around 83C and my friend with i5 760 on same clocks gets over 70C too with same cooler.

Now the problem is I've seen people for example with i7 920 on same settings and HT on with Noctua that get same temps as we do with HT off and that's very strange to me.

What's wrong here??
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post #2 of 19
Nothing is wrong, 83C during P95 is fine.
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Then how do I get 10C lower temp like some other guys? Is it the better thermal paste maybe or lower room temps?
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Could be the lower room temps, could be better TIM, could be you didn't apply the TIM as well as the other guy, could be the amount of voltage going through your processor, could be the temp in your case. As long as your temps dont exceed the 85* C area during stress testing your are fine.
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post #5 of 19
Those temperatures are absolute fine. I get 60-65°C with mine at 4.1GHz HT (1.360v) with my water cooled setup. Ambient and core architecture are the main differences between your setup and your friends.
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I wouldn't compare them to 2600K, I mean it is 32nm processor and therefore it produces less heat itself.

I didn't compare mine to my friend's since we have the same temps, I compared it to some other people with Noctua that I've seen getting much lower temps and that worries me.
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I wouldn't compare them to 2600K, I mean it is 32nm processor and therefore it produces less heat itself.

I didn't compare mine to my friend's since we have the same temps, I compared it to some other people with Noctua that I've seen getting much lower temps and that worries me.
Your voltage, 1.35v, seems high. The VID on those chips is 0.9v-1.4v. You're on the high end. If you can lower that, you can lower your temps. If you can't, leave it. Reapply the thermal paste on your cooler, and this time add thermal paste that is well-reviewed. You could also try cleaning the cooler in case of dust. Also, create a better fan profile. You can get really nice idle temps and load temps if you just increase your fans.
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The voltage I have is the lowest stable one I can get, my case is clean, my fans are set to work on 100 percent when cpu hits under 70C and I used the termal paste that I got with the cooler and applied it like it should be. And another thing about the voltage, I've seen ppl get much lower temps with the same voltage so I don't think that it's the real problem
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I wouldn't compare them to 2600K, I mean it is 32nm processor and therefore it produces less heat itself.

I didn't compare mine to my friend's since we have the same temps, I compared it to some other people with Noctua that I've seen getting much lower temps and that worries me.
Not sure where you got 2600k? I have a 875k in my other rig.

Now if your ambient temperature is low and you're still having temperature issues with HT disabled, I would say a remount should be in order.

*Edit*

Have you tried different fans for your Noctua?
post #10 of 19
I don't understand what you are worried about, these temps wont hurt your CPU at all. If you really want to lower your temps then you might need to lap your cooler.
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