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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.

I just wanted in the club !!! LOL

Yeah i was uneasy sitting here in my chair watching this lol. I know what this chip can handle now. It definitely gave me a good baseline for my other OCs.smile.gif
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I only pushed my 980x to 4.5 within the intel voltages (wasn't worth frying a 1.5k cpu that i use everyday for work for a 5ghz club)
I have killed two i3 530's under the voltage you were running, haha. Good thing they were only $90 each.
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Well i could afford to replace 1, maybe 2 2600ks lol not a 980x ha ha
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There really isn't a need for a CPU that fast because so many other components are going to bottleneck it. I would recommend using a speed that maxes out at 60c after at least an hour. Remember for extended use that a water loop keeps getting hotter and hotter until the temp equalizes with the radiator cooling.
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There really isn't a need for a CPU that fast because so many other components are going to bottleneck it. I would recommend using a speed that maxes out at 60c after at least an hour. Remember for extended use that a water loop keeps getting hotter and hotter until the temp equalizes with the radiator cooling.
LOL i dont use the 5.0 OC at all, it was pure enthusiast poops and giggles, i have a 4600 OC which was my original goal for the chip that is rock solid that is a lot more within the area of me having peace of mind, not a hot OC at all although due to my poopy batch it still runs higher vcore than most of the other batches i have seen run the same OC.

I dont even use the 4600 OC 24/7 , i will use it when i start feeling the need for more power , which probably wont be for a while.

Currently i am just using the eastune6 preset OCs which are very convenient ,they at the push of a button can change from stock, to 3.6,3.8, and 4.1.
I mostly just use stock settings but its a very nice and convenient tool without having to go into the bios to adjust anything.
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What is your batch if you don't mind me asking ? Your vcore is close to mine for that OC.
Batch is L042B208

I'm getting some screenshots together of my temps as soon as I can get my ram stable. uhg
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There really isn't a need for a CPU that fast because so many other components are going to bottleneck it. I would recommend using a speed that maxes out at 60c after at least an hour. Remember for extended use that a water loop keeps getting hotter and hotter until the temp equalizes with the radiator cooling.
HA HA and remember this is overclock.net there isn't a need for 90% of the stuff we put our rigs through.
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post #28 of 29
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Originally Posted by SadistBlinx View Post
thermal diode ontop of the tcase..its only a few c off but does the job. Hwmonitor and coretemp show my tcase temp on my sig rig (i would take a photo but i currently don't have a motherboard for it as it's been sent to gigabyte)
This thread is beginning to go really off topic as well..
Ocn arguments i don't have time for.
The temp your seeing in HWMonitor is from a sensor on the mobo in the socket.

To get Tcase you have to mill out a channel in the IHS so you can put a thermal coupler in there, and then put a HS on top. W/o a milled channel the HS wouldn't be able to mount properly.
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The temp your seeing in HWMonitor is from a sensor on the mobo in the socket.

To get Tcase you have to mill out a channel in the IHS so you can put a thermal coupler in there, and then put a HS on top. W/o a milled channel the HS wouldn't be able to mount properly.
I have a thin strip mount that connects to a thermal sensor. The strip sits flush on the IHS with a little diode next to it.
I know the temps would be off by a few c but normally they were very close to what software was showing. (and what i believe was close to my tcase temp.)
The method i use is most likely wrong now, but it's what i used to see my old rigs cpu temps.
I normally go off them temps and add the difference between my cpu core temps to get an estimated tcase temp.
I didn't post very well how i had the rigs setup, i see where all the confusion has come from.
Either way to be honest i don't use them rigs anymore as they are out dated and can't run what i need.
I normally don't monitor any temp on my PC also, I only look at a quick core temp on my 980x when i notice my room is hot. (summer in AUS my room is 40c so no overclocking until i get WC setup again.)
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