Originally Posted by Klue22
I have a lan party pretty much every month and I've never taken anything off. Heck there are people who run those 4.5lb Copper True Coolers 24/7 in a vertical configuration.
Well, keep in mind I will be driving for 18 hours non-stop, it's not a 30 minute drive.
Originally Posted by audioxbliss
Temps are getting dangerous, and it's just going to get hotter and hotter here. Not to mention my NB and mosfets are still burning up because the cooler blocks airflow from my 200mm (SA and D14 wouldn't help the situation here). I tried going for more traditional airflow today (front to back, bottom to top) and while my NB and mosfets were definitely running cooler, my CPU hit 65C within 30 minutes of starting prime and it shut down. As it stands, CPU temps really aren't my biggest concern, but going water should do wonders for fixing the problem. I'm sitting at 1.43v for 4.0GHz, and from other people I've gathered it's safe to go to 1.475 at least... but my cooling can't handle it. So, for all these reasons and more, I'm going water.
Ouch, that sucks, those are high temps for such low voltage...
4Ghz at 1.43v I would call that almost a golden 1055T
Most need around 1.475v-1.52v which is the max safe under air.
I needed 1.45v for 4Ghz which was still great! Most 1055T's need around 1.5v which is the average, you should consider yourself lucky.