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post #11 of 32
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sigh, this is depressing

this makes my whole case + 11 1200rpm fans plus the D14 a whole joke... it's almost as if the temp of my room is 40c which it's not.
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post #12 of 32
Load optimized defaults and run the stress test and see what the temps are.. If they are still high you know its either the TIM, the mounting or just a hot running cpu..

If temps are nice and cool you know its a setting with the overclock.. More than just cpu voltage affects the cpu temp, you have an IMC and the VTT that will cause the cpu to run hot if they are pushed to high..

Neither should need to be higher than 1.35...
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post #13 of 32
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before changing the turbo multiper, I did a stress test with all stock settings. max temp was around 50... under load.

I checked the cooler and the paste, and I'm sure they are right. so that means the CPU I have is faulty? oh well -.-
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post #14 of 32
The CPU isn't faulty. It works. It's just hot.

50c at stock load with a D-14 is terribly hot.... I BARELY break 40c stock load.

Whats the base of the D-14 like? How much paste are you actually using?

With the paste, I use my own fool-proof method:

- One small BB sized blob in the centre of the CPU, and 4 tiny BB sized blobs about 3mm in from each corner. This will make sure you have decent coverage.

Make sure you dont lift the cooler up after you've pressed it down or else you'll create air bubbles which will raise the temps.
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Have you tried setting the chip to stock everything and then just setting the voltage manually? So stock clocks etc but manual voltage?

also whats your batch?
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I did what the d14 manual said (4mm on the middle of the CPU) and that's it. and nope I didn't lift the cooler after I put it down
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post #17 of 32
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I did what the d14 manual said (4mm on the middle of the CPU) and that's it. and nope I didn't lift the cooler after I put it down
I would think noctuas paste is fine but it might not be. Any chance u got some ic7 or even soem basic as5?
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Have you tried setting the chip to stock everything and then just setting the voltage manually? So stock clocks etc but manual voltage?

also whats your batch?
everything were stock and I get these high temps... I don't think manually volt would make a difference, right?

according to cpuz, my CPU is d2 retail, stepping is 7.

edit: nope, I don't have any other paste
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post #19 of 32
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everything were stock and I get these high temps... I don't think manually volt would make a difference, right?

according to cpuz, my CPU is d2 retail, stepping is 7.

edit: nope, I don't have any other paste
Heres the thing. with these chips and boards stock they are on a setting (forget the name) thats like an auto voltage setting. So while at stock it should be fine if your chip is bad or something is wrong it might set your stock voltages higher. From reading the thread it would seem your chip just runs hot, this is always a possibility and can limit the total top overclock but you could indeed run that thing at 4.5 with those temps and its safe.Throttling happens at like 90c I believe with these chips.
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post #20 of 32
Try my method with the thermal paste, you might be using too much.

The noctua paste is better than AS5 btw ckybam3.
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