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So, auto- something (such as voltage) causes high temps, right?

Possbility that any card runs hot... should I replace it?

But running 70c hot 24/7 wouldn't be a good idea, right? Don't high temps reduce the lifespan of a CPU greatly?

I'll try your method, Cyber. And then I'll try to manually set the voltages.
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If the CPU is at stock speeds, and you set the voltage to auto, then it'll just use the default vid for the CPU, probably around 1.1v. So auto voltage is NOT a problem at stock speeds, only when overclocking.
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yeah im at 4.5ghz with a 1.34 vcore. my load temps never surpass 45c.... i have a h50, but its very comparable (if not obsolete) to your cpu cooler.
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yeah im at 4.5ghz with a 1.34 vcore. my load temps never surpass 45c.... i have a h50, but its very comparable (if not obsolete) to your cpu cooler.
manual oc?
sigh... idk where the extra 30c come from, can't be the voltages >.>

anyways, is it ok to run 70c 24/7...?
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Could be motherboard voltage problem, could even be a PSU problem! How is the rest of your rig coping?
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cyber, I get around 50c @ max load with all of the stock settings. 30c idle. Unbelievable, right?

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Could be motherboard voltage problem, could even be a PSU problem! How is the rest of your rig coping?
my pc is coping fine, at least I think so. no crash, nothing.

hmm, I've noticed that the temp of my motherboard is around 30c too. I dunno if this is normal.

and I don't know if it's a PSU problem. I'm using a 650w corsair one (bronze version)

guys, can u please post proof that ur getting 40 or 50c at max load @ 4.5 or 4.8ghz? I'm finding it hard to believe... people at hardforum said that max load 40c-50c at 4.5 or 4.8 (via real temp and IBT or prime95 apps) is pure BS.
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post #27 of 32
The termal threshold of the cpu is around 100c, that is where it will shut down to prevent damaging it.
I would have to think if 70c causes damage to the cpu then Intel would have set the thermal limit lower...

One thing about cpu's and cooling them is that it is all dependent on the heat transfer between the cores and the IHS, if for some reason you have an issue with that there is nothing adjusting your D-14 is going to accomplish..

Have you checked the D-14 base with a straight edge to make sure it isnt warped? I use the edge of a peice of paper or a razor blade and hold it up to the light to see how flat it is..
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yea do a razorblade test on the ihs of the cpu and heatsink
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Ok, I'll do that. I will also try to use a different TIM application (e.g. Cyber's application) because I don't think the Noctua application "4-5mm on the middle" is not working well for me and other people said that it doesn't work well for them as well.

I remember clearly that when I lifted my D14 cooler, I've noticed that the TIM on the CPU's metal cap isn't flat, not smooth and it wasn't like a circle. Due to the fact that it wasn't flat, there may be air inside the paste (air bubbles?). Also it was rather a small TIM - the tim barely reached the corners/edges of the metal cap.

I heard that when you lift your cooler to check the TIM, the appiled TIM should be very flat, thin and no air bubbles inside. Right?

If the TIM isn't flat or thin, should I remove the compound of the cooler's heatsink and then smooth the compound on the CPU metal cap to make it more flat, thinner and more smooth?

Also I think I'll be doing the TIM application on my cooler heatsink, not the CPU. coz it would be easier for me.

Should I strench the paste to the entire metal cap to give the CPU a full-thin-smooth coating? i've read that the A Silver page that the full coating is not recommended. What do you think?

I also think that if a TIM coating is very thin, flat and smooth... the chances of air bubbles are almost zero. Am I right?

I'm also re-thinking about the airflow in my case. People said that throwing fresh air at the Noctua D14 will help too. But in my situation, there's no fresh air throwing at my d14.
Both of the d14 fans are set as exhaust- throwing the air at the rear fan that's also exhaust.
my top case fans are also set as exhaust.

the only intake fans I use are the side panel and the front fan. Note that the side panel's 4 fans are not in the same height as the D14. In other words, The side panel fans are only throwing fresh air at the bottom section of the motherboard, such as the graphic card. My graphic card is also long (hd6970).

I have an idea... should I change the D14 to face upward? and change the rear fan as intake. so the rear fan will be throwing fresh air at the d14 and then the d14 fans will be throwing the air at the top's exhaust fans. will this also reduce the CPU temps? I might add another intake fan inside the case to blow more air at the d14.

but if I change the d14 to face upward, it won't cool the RAMs anymore :/ is it worth it?

I'll do this for the whole day, hopefully better temps at the end of the day...
Edited by Serady - 3/11/11 at 10:59pm
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post #30 of 32
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yea do a razorblade test on the ihs of the cpu and heatsink

I'm having a hard time trying to check it, it's too big and thick
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