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Whats your VCore and VTT?

Voltages are a huge part of heat.
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post #22 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post
21 x 191
1.275 Vcore

also fans came today installed them
2 sycthe s flex's and 1 sharkoon
reapplyed artic silver 5 after cleaning the cpu and cooler really good

overclocked at 4ghz im getting 91c after 5 mins with prime95.. had to stop it at that point.. I dont get it this chip is d0! I need help... why this is happening
I know you've done this several times already but have you checked to make sure that there is NO interference between the cooler and your mobo?

You're using a very large cooler and the chance that it could be hitting your ram coolers or some other component is possible.

Also, is your mobo throttling the fan? You should have any thermal controls turned off for the fan. It should be turning 100% all the time.
post #23 of 62
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Whats your VCore and VTT?

Voltages are a huge part of heat.
im back, also vcore is 1.275 vtt is 1.35
reapplied artic silver 5.. time to see what i get this time
im getting 47c idle..my room is pretty warm already ill try prime and see what i get

just started prime and it jumped straight to 80c...now at 85 already omg..

stopped prime
Edited by Asus11 - 2/11/11 at 11:54am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Asus11 View Post
21 x 191
1.275 Vcore

also fans came today installed them
2 sycthe s flex's and 1 sharkoon
reapplyed artic silver 5 after cleaning the cpu and cooler really good

overclocked at 4ghz im getting 91c after 5 mins with prime95.. had to stop it at that point.. I dont get it this chip is d0! I need help... why this is happening
I believe you have a CRAP cpu, and your not alone,
One friend of my gets to 4.2GHz without a problem and he's using corsair H70.
But another friend gets to 4GHz but hi's temps are crazy
post #25 of 62
Your fan should be at max RPM because of the heat but I'd set it to manual 100% in BIOS to be sure.

Does your board have a PWM setting? Try setting it lower for cooler temps. Can you lower VTT and still be stable?

Some chips just get hotter than others at the same voltage/clocks. I had a 920 D0 that would run particularly hot, each CPU is unique even within the same batch.

Have you always had this temp issue with this CPU or is it new?
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the ''correct'' way of applying tim is to NOT do that.

Well i got a bad or wrong guide =/

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thank you, he wasted 30 mins for nothing.

correct way is to drop a rice size bit of tim in the middle of cpu and let the pressure of your mounting system spread it.

but, as always, it depends on the tim used. for example, shin etsu is the only one that comes into my mind where using a credit card was recommended
well I learned something today
So out of curiosity, how would've(should) what i did affect me?
Edited by Dorianime - 2/11/11 at 12:18pm
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I was just reading through post and I looked up your case and it didn't look like that case has a huge amount of air flow. Have you had this chip in there previously, and this is a new problem or is this chip new to that case? If so bench the thing on a box top and see what temps are then you can see if you have a airflow deadspot choking the NH-14.
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Your fan should be at max RPM because of the heat but I'd set it to manual 100% in BIOS to be sure.

Does your board have a PWM setting? Try setting it lower for cooler temps. Can you lower VTT and still be stable?

Some chips just get hotter than others at the same voltage/clocks. I had a 920 D0 that would run particularly hot, each CPU is unique even within the same batch.

Have you always had this temp issue with this CPU or is it new?
just installed the chip today, ill check in bios
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was running prime95 large fft
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I know people don't seem very interested in this kind of stuff anymore, but other than just looking at numbers on a screen, you can actually physically put your hand in your case. Does it feel like your case is getting rabidly hot inside?

Try touching your heatsink itself, does it feel like it's burning hot, or ice cold?

These are two, quick, easy tests to get a sense of where the problem might lie. If your case is like a sweatbox, your airflow might be stifling your attempts to shed heat from the CPU.
If the Heatsink is Ice Cold but your CPU reports 95C then obviously you are not transferring any heat from the CPU to the heatsink to dump into the enviro.

If your case is nice and cool, your heatsink is burning hot to the touch, and your fan is running full blast and your CPU is still 95C then your CPU is likely bad for OCing.

Better to eliminate as many variables as possible as easily as possible.

EDIT: Not sure how you have your fans powered, but make sure that you remove any included resistors if you have them attached. For the moment we want your Noctuas running as hard as we can get them.
Edited by ocpokey - 2/11/11 at 3:48pm
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