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I'm currently using the corsair h70 cooler, but i think i need to redo the thermal paste on it.. i had removed the stock thermal paste as i thought i goofed, put some arctic matrix mx4 on, but i think i put too much, so i'm going to use alcohol remove the old, put the new on, using the grain size stripe down the middle and hopefully my max prime95 temps will come down, though ill probably never stress it that much again smile.gif

I may try to lower my voltage slightly, though i dont think it will make much difference.

I was stable at 4.8ghz at 1.385 volts as well, with all the same settings.

I only wish speedfan still worked.. i tried the beta, it doesnt seem to work right.. i liked being able to have email notifications.. not sure of any other app that does this either.


Here were all my results (some of my results include fsx, flight simulator x fps tests, relevant if you are into the simulator as i am):


Bios Settings: (prime95 stable for 24 hours)

P8P67 Deluxe:

Bios: 1204
AI OC Tuner:manual
BCLK: 100
Turbo Ratio: By all cores via OS
By all cores Ratio: 50
Internal PLL Overclock: Auto
Memory : 1333 (tested stable 24hours) (1600mhz running but not fully tested yet)
EPU Power saving: Disabled
LLC: UltraHigh
VRM frequency: Manual
VRM Mode: 350
Phase: Extreme
Duty: Tprobe
Cpu current cap. : 100
CPU Volts: Manual
CPU Voltage: 1.410
Dram voltage: 1.5
VCCSA and rest downward set to AUTO




All other results:

Passmark ratings (all ram is set to 1600mhz ddr3):

i7 950 at 4ghz on Single C drive 32mb cache sataII: CPU-9084 2d-736 MEM-1991 DM-333 PM-2981
i7 2600k at 5ghz on Single C drive 32mb cache sataII: CPU-11425 2d-962 MEM-2689 DM-464 PM-3796
i7 2600k at 5ghz on D RAID6 8 drive sataII 32mb cache sataII: CPU-11464 2d-937 MEM-2653 DM-3756 PM-4455

3dmark06 and Vantage (standard settings in the app):
i7 950 at 4ghz 3dmark06 on 5850 (stock): 22,938
i7 2600K at 5ghz 3dmark06 on 5850 (stock) : 24,875
i7 2600K at 5ghz vantage on 5850 (stock): 17399 (gpu 15083 cpu 32253)



Fsxmark07 fps (settings: http://www.flightsimworld.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=140426&view=findpost&p=1730613):
*unless noted, i have FTX set to NA and REX is not running in the background (set to 4096 clouds) and I left widescreen set to yes but at 1280x1024 single screen;
*addons include FTX, ORBX, GEX, FEX, UTX, FSGlobal, REX, etc

i7 950 at 4ghz: 68 fps
i7 950 at 4ghz: 60.9 fps (with rex active and stormy weather)
i7 2600K at 4.7 ghz: 81 fps
i7 2600k at 5.0 ghz: 85.1 fps


Watt consumption (i have 13 harddrives and extra 120mm fans currently active):
(3, 24" lcds off, they use alot more at 105watts each or about 250-300 watts depending on settings):

2600K at 5ghz 1.41 while prime95 blend: 470 watts
2600K at 5ghz 1.41v while vantage running: 392 watts
2600K at 5ghz 1.41v while doing web browsing: 324 watts
2600k at 5ghz 1.41v idling (speedstep): 293 watts



Temperatures w H70 (ambient 20-22.2 C): (still need to redo thermal, these numbers will come down):

Idle in Bios at 4.7ghz: 50C
Idle in Bios at 5ghz: 52-54C
Idle in OS at 5ghz (speedstep): 30-32 C
Webbrowsing /file browsing 5ghz: 40C
Prime95 after hours at 5ghz: 80C
Vantage running at 5ghz: 54C



**Ill probably just be keeping my board and not exchanging it.. as right now i'm only using 2 of the sata (6Gb marvel) ports.. the note that was in the box seems to indicate that only the Marvel 6gb are "safe" but i thought both the marvel and intel 6gb ports were considered fine.







Here are some photos:

new%20inside%20case.jpg

fsxlayout1.JPG

This shot was back when i had two 4870s, now just one 5850:
fsxrig1.JPG

CPUZ and Realtemp screenshot:
2600K%20prime95%20cpuz%20realtemp.JPG?psid=1

CPUZ validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1657770
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lol, pics or it didn't happen bro

btw, ultra high LLC = you're not really at 1.41v, it'll boosted the vcore under load, so check cpu-z
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jp27;12395942 
lol, pics or it didn't happen bro

btw, ultra high LLC = you're not really at 1.41v, it'll boosted the vcore under load, so check cpu-z

Pics of which, cpuz?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jp27;12395942 
lol, pics or it didn't happen bro

btw, ultra high LLC = you're not really at 1.41v, it'll boosted the vcore under load, so check cpu-z

Even with the Ultra-High setting on my board my voltage still drops to 1.384 under load. (set to 1.4 in BIOS with ultra high LLC and 120% over current)
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This is unreal. So I take the chip out. Clean it off. Clean the corsair plate etc. Do the reapply. And now I can't even hit 4.8 wo a bsod stop 101 error (voltage I think) even 1-2 hours into prime95. This was all in an attempt to fix the thermal paste which I thought was done wrong, giving me higher temps.

Grrrr I don't get it. Same settings I was 24 hour stable a little over a day a go
    
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The H70's are finicky as heck. The first time I installed mine, temps were amazing. I removed it when I changed cases and thermals shot up. I took it off, reseated it and now it's back to normal.

when it's properly aligned it makes a great cooler for the Sandy Bridge processors. No need whatsoever for $300 in custom water cooling....
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Tried redoing the paste yet again. Turned it on, Then suddenly the mem ok red led came on the motherboard and or the CPU red led. Couldn't post. took out all but one ram chip n I could. But then the CPU was reading 75c!! *And suddenly a CPU overheat warning on post next reset.*

I don't know what happened.
Also the corsair radiator wasn't even warm to the touch even when at 5ghz the bios said 54. Shouldn't it have been warm(took fan off n touched it)

So as of now I ordered all 3 parts again to rule out parts. Even the board. Not sure if I should wait for new board or try CPU n new cooler on old one. Still debating

Here are images of the thermal:


and I did find cpu and mem ok led issues reported on the net too. Still would feel safer with a replacement board rather than just clearing cmos (if that even works).


This is what my cpu looked like after I removed the corsair yet again (previous had done the grain size single line down middle on cpu of the arctic mx4 matrix compound:
IMG_1125%20after%20removing%20plate%20had%20done%20the%20arctic%20method%20before.JPG
Then the backside of the plate looked like this:
IMG_1129%20after%20removing%20plate%20backside%20looked%20like%20this%20after%20arctic%20method.JPG


So I used 90% alcohol and started over again..

This time I used the “credit card” method I’d read about online, made a nice thin coating just on the cpu like this:

IMG_1131%20next%20attempt%20this%20time%20with%20credit%20card%20method.JPG

That should have been perfect or so I thought.. I was still reading 55C in the bios at 5ghz (I felt this reading should have been more like 47-50 max)..

So this (what should be a good paste this time) coupled with the fact the radiator wasn’t even warm, led me to believe that the corsair h70 pump must have an air pocket or be defective.

Then after a couple of resets and trying to tweak the clamps on the h70.. is when the craziness erupted with red leds etc.

Does the last paste look ok? I thought it was thin enough.
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Is the business end of your chip sitting on a anti-static bag in that pic?
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Confirmed, board is bad.. swapped video card, swapped psu, swapped ram.. all the same error code 45. Put on bios 1305 too.

Now i'm faced with a big question, do i keep the cpu that hit 5ghz (though since the board went bad, hasnt been stable there).. or keep the newer cpu, with the chance i cant make it stable (or at least i hope for 4.6 minimally).

Ill know tomorrow when the replacement cooler arrives, though, if the cooler was bad.. i can boot with 4GB of memory, but cant survive even at 4.8ghz in prime95.

I'm even thinking maybe i shouldnt run this thing over the next 45 days till i can get the replacement board, as maybe whatever is wrong could affect the (new) cpu or the ram etc.
    
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