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so my idle temps and full load temps at stock frequency are okay?
i dont like fiddling much with the voltage, only if i need to.
for my mb, i set that smart fan for the cpu to disable so that it always runs at full speed.
i kinda think that my temps will be a bit high when i try 4.4-4.5ghz for some reason. my last cpu before this was a phenom II x3 720, and that idle at 19-22c on stock frequency. but i guess different cpu different temps.

regarding going to 4.0ghz with 1.175 volts. cpuz is showing im at 1.224v right now and thats just at the stock 3.4ghz. is that suppose to be like that high?
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so my idle temps and full load temps at stock frequency are okay?
i dont like fiddling much with the voltage, only if i need to.
for my mb, i set that smart fan for the cpu to disable so that it always runs at full speed.
i kinda think that my temps will be a bit high when i try 4.4-4.5ghz for some reason. my last cpu before this was a phenom II x3 720, and that idle at 19-22c on stock frequency. but i guess different cpu different temps.

regarding going to 4.0ghz with 1.175 volts. cpuz is showing im at 1.224v right now and thats just at the stock 3.4ghz. is that suppose to be like that high?
Ok so I set my system to stock and here is all the info:
In Prime95 small FFT 2600k@3.4GHz, no LLC, HT on, voltage set to 1.165 in bios:
CPUZ voltage reads 1.152V
Core VID is 1.2360V in Core Temp
CPU temperatures are [44 42 46 44] in Core Temp and 45C in AI Suit2
Ambient temps ~20C

Your temps do seem to be little high given the low core speed , and your cooler is pretty good so it might be your voltage is going too high for your "low" clock speed or maybe mine is low. Anyways another reference for you. You could try setting your Core voltage lower and seeing if temps go down.. if they don't then maybe try re-mounting your heatsink and using less TIM? But really it's not a big deal, your temps are still fine for now.

Now if you go to 4.4GHz@1.30v and go over 70C then you might want to worry.
Edited by techheadtrevor - 1/30/11 at 8:50pm
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hmm i guess il see if anything changes over the week, since it may need time to settle in, idk.
if i decide to redo the TIM, how should i do this? get the 90 percent rubing alcohol, qtips, and then just scrub it off? how do i dry it off? plus, should i take the cpu out of the socket? and clean it then put it back on the mb? i dont really like handling these things my with my hands. im afraid i might ruin it. so yeah, any tips?
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just rub it off remaining old thermal compound it will dry automatic you don't need too do anything special.

you don't need too take out the cpu from the socket, just take off the heat sink used a soft cotton cloth put some rubbing alcohol wipe it it off several times make sure its clean.

you can put little amount thermal grease rice grain size in middle of cpu or put a straight line like this picture below

http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appm..._line_v1.1.pdf
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I noticed you are using the Hyper 212+ which is the same thing I am using. I recently had a temperature problem of my own, when I had it at 4.8 GHz on 1.4v my load temp was 83c. So I took the cooler off and remounted it, but this time I made sure to fill the gaps between the heatpipes with the thermal paste then flatten it out with a credit card.

I followed this guide by recommendation of someone else here on the forum (forgot who it was, sorry) and now with the same speed my load temp is around 70c, so it dropped like 13 degrees.

Everyone says that "less is more" when applying TIM but I would say these HDT coolers are an exception, and you shouldn't be frugal with your TIM application... at least for me I had to use quite a bit to get good results.
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I followed this guide by recommendation of someone else here on the forum (forgot who it was, sorry) and now with the same speed my load temp is around 70c, so it dropped like 13 degrees.
Thanks, I lost my bookmarks and I needed that site for future reference
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hmm i guess il see if anything changes over the week, since it may need time to settle in, idk.
if i decide to redo the TIM, how should i do this? get the 90 percent rubing alcohol, qtips, and then just scrub it off? how do i dry it off? plus, should i take the cpu out of the socket? and clean it then put it back on the mb? i dont really like handling these things my with my hands. im afraid i might ruin it. so yeah, any tips?
Hmm I'm not an expert on this but from what I've read about TIM is that less is more. So I read that to apply it properly uses a pea sized bead on the center of the IHS(Integrated heat sink on the cpu..this is the metal cover) or a thin line of TIM from top to bottom and thats all you will need. To remove the TIM I would just uses a moist paper towel.. if its not too sticky.

If your asking how to dry the TIM after it is applied, you have to wait until it sets for it to work at 100%...after I think its like >150 hours of cpu use(with your HeatSink and stuff installed the whole time of course).

As long as the old TIM is not clogging up your socket, you should not have to take it out.

You can handle the chip all you want, just don't touch the gold contact pins ,and always cover up the socket with the socket cover or the plastic thing that was there before the cpu. Even a spec of dust getting between the cpu and socket contacts can cause alot of problems.

EDIT: LOL... I type too damn slow.
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Also if you are going to clean off the TIM and reapply it you were right with the alcohol but I wouldn't use Q-tips, they leave a lot of fuzzy junk on your CPU. The best thing to use is coffee filters from my experience.
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Temperature looks fine, whats your room temperature?

How did you apply your thermal compound? did you use pea size in middle of cpu or straight line? either one of this works fine wouldn't worry about it resetting the heatsink that much.

Now bump it up 4.0ghz with manually set cpu to 1.75V check your temperature, let me know the result
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