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he did hit it almost.. but serious: no laughter shall be read here. if you´re knowing it better, then correct the person and do not yell lol rofl and wonder your self about the possibility that not all people can know everything. i bet i´d find something where your knowledge is unsure or even totally wrong, and this doesn´t give me a permission to lol about yaaaa.. know i´m sayin?!

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I willingly admit when I'm wrong wink.gif
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Since i live with my girlfriend i had to learn bahaviour too^^
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Anyways, here's a fun little guide for those who don't understand smile.gif As read from the CPU itself, the TJ Max is 98C on Sandybridge which is near the same as the previous gen Core i7's. So following what MANY others have said on this forum. Stay below 85C on the Tjunction and you are fine.

http://www.techreaction.net/2009/10/14/guide-to-understanding-intel-temperatures/
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i try always to have 25/30 to tjmax.. i am paranoid, you know, so i need some degrees for mental safety^^
thanks for the link btw..
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Originally Posted by smex;12440388 
i try always to have 25/30 to tjmax.. i am paranoid, you know, so i need some degrees for mental safety^^
thanks for the link btw..

I definitely agree on that since I'm pretty OCD lol but stress testing is a lot different than the real world usage temperatures we will receive. Which is why I said 80C is fine assuming it only occurs in a stress test(which it should).
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click this link or the link in my sig hahaha http://img403.imageshack.us/i/1hourp95.png/

1 Hour blend , at the time was using my Thermaltake FRIO , both fans on high.
Have not retested with my H70.

When compared to other batches my chip seems to require more vcore on average than most cpu batches of the 2600k. frown.gif I never get lucky batches.

Only reason i tollerated even letting the temps get so high is because i thankfully have the money to replace the chip if it burst into flames ha ha cool.gif

I was quite uneasy sitting here watching this 1hour blend ha ha tongue.gif:p

EDIT: Your 80c is fine, although i can definitely see temps getting higher than 80c if you test longer than 10minutes. During the hour , temps will ebb and flow depending on the test at hand.
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Originally Posted by sockpirate;12440475 
click this link or the link in my sig hahaha http://img403.imageshack.us/i/1hourp95.png/

1 Hour blend , at the time was using my Thermaltake FRIO , both fans on high.
Have not retested with my H70.

When compared to other batches my chip seems to require more vcore on average than most cpu batches of the 2600k. frown.gif I never get lucky batches.

Only reason i tollerated even letting the temps get so high is because i thankfully have the money to replace the chip if it burst into flames ha ha cool.gif

I was quite uneasy sitting here watching this 1hour blend ha ha tongue.gif:p


Hot Damn! Literally LOL.. Wow those temps are nuts.
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Originally Posted by Killabyte;12439434 
Have a 2600K overclocked to 5.1 at 1.48v with a 10minute small FFT prime i stay around 75 but will sometimes hit 80C. eek.gif

Using custom water. PA120.3 with 3 Kaze 3000's

Is this too hot?

What is your batch if you don't mind me asking ? Your vcore is close to mine for that OC.
Edited by sockpirate - 2/18/11 at 7:02pm
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Hot Damn! Literally LOL.. Wow those temps are nuts.

Quite sickening right?!?! LOL
I know the H70 isn't a giant leap up from the FRIO, but if i can stay under 90 doing the same test i will be satisfied. If not i will probably go with a closed loop rs240 kit. yessir.gif
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click this link or the link in my sig hahaha http://img403.imageshack.us/i/1hourp95.png/

1 Hour blend , at the time was using my Thermaltake FRIO , both fans on high.
Have not retested with my H70.

When compared to other batches my chip seems to require more vcore on average than most cpu batches of the 2600k. frown.gif I never get lucky batches.

Only reason i tollerated even letting the temps get so high is because i thankfully have the money to replace the chip if it burst into flames ha ha cool.gif

I was quite uneasy sitting here watching this 1hour blend ha ha tongue.gif:p

EDIT: Your 80c is fine, although i can definitely see temps getting higher than 80c if you test longer than 10minutes. During the hour , temps will ebb and flow depending on the test at hand.

I think i would cry if my 980x temps were that high tongue.gif.
It seems that SB has a more mature 32nm die than what i had expected.
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