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dude check all from begining you will get the case, after an hour of prime 95 the temps are 78°c and after tht chips shuts down automatically for preventing damage

"the chip is not overclocked" zzZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

its on stock with those f**king temps
I would say that cooler is not sufficient.

Also can you download CPU-z and tell us what it says your core voltage is under load?

I think high stock voltage mixed with a crappy cooler will produce those temps.

I would have told you to get a Noctua NH-D14 or a ThermalRight Silver Arrow if you actually wanted something that could handle higher heat loads.

My stock intel heatsink was idling my CPU at 33*C stock.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 2/6/11 at 6:28pm
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post #22 of 32
i7 950 will not shut down at 78C unless you set that up in the bios.

You may be running stock speeds, but your CPU voltage looks way too high for stock settings.

Most are are running 3.8 to 4.0 with 1.25 to 1.29v. You should be around or under 1.0volt for stock i7 950.



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Originally Posted by crazy.wingman View Post
dude check all from begining you will get the case, after an hour of prime 95 the temps are 78°c and after tht chips shuts down automatically for preventing damage

"the chip is not overclocked" zzZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

its on stock with those f**king temps

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dude check all from begining you will get the case, after an hour of prime 95 the temps are 78°c and after tht chips shuts down automatically for preventing damage

"the chip is not overclocked" zzZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

its on stock with those f**king temps
No need to attack me. I am being honest here. How do you think its going to shut down at 78*c ? It doesnt. Or you have some messed up settings in bios.

Your cooler is not sufficient to handle that CPU MAXED TO 100%

For gosh sake... tell me what in the hell you plan to do with this rig that will have it maxed like that? Unless your folding (if you were you need a better set up for cooling) I dont see the need to run Prime. If you are going to be a benchmarker... then research a bit before getting into hardware that cant handle heat like your wanting it to. You have been told a few times your cooler is not sufficient to handle it in this situation.
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note: that cooler was only okay on dual core chips on the c2d chips, so on an i7 it's being vastly overpowered.
also the psu sucks air into itself, it does not exhaust air into the case.
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Hopefully you used thermal paste.

Only a dot the size of an uncooked grain of rice.

Either way, sounds like it needs to be reseated with fresh paste again.
i agree
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post #26 of 32
I used the line method and it appears to have worked well.
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these are my bios pics, plz chk it out everything is on auto n my Turbo V software shows these: BCLK frequency 135
CPU voltage 1.22500V
Dram bus voltage 1.65V
Qpi/Dram core voltage 1.37500V

i use my machine for my daily work of 3d rendering n editing which is just like running multithreaded benchmarking soft's.
if the hyper N620 is not sufficient than how cum ppl get 33*c on stock cooller ?
atleast N620 is better than intel stock cooler.
post #28 of 32
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the CPU voltage is of powersaving mode in asus EPU but sure the voltag gets high when in turbo mode.

intel C-state tech shud i enable it ?
i m HBK now
Edited by crazy.wingman - 2/13/11 at 10:12am
post #29 of 32
No need to continuously Double post.
Edit: did you remove the plastic thing you were supposed to peel off on the base?
Edited by Eagle1337 - 2/13/11 at 11:13am
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this is pathetic now, i am not that dumb
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