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Terrified of leaks, even then if I decided to get past my fear of Watercoolers, I heard good ones can cost a lot of money. If I can get one for around $200? Definitely, otherwise... Yeah, I already went 2,000 over my budget when I built this system. I'm not responsible with money what so ever.
Lol I had the same feeling, this was just over 5 years ago, now every rig that I've built has to be watercooled. Its awesome when it works but a nightmare when it doesn't, what you should always remeber when your watercooling, preparation is the most imprtant factor (aswell as leak tesing ) Hopefully one day you will there amongst the watercoolers of ocn



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That did NOT just happen!
Freaking stupid!! I'm so tired of having to do this >v< looks like I'll have to RMA my CPU again. It looks like the CPU fan connector got knocked out when I moved my case earlier and was only by some unlucky chance that it was still making a current to the motherboard It was barely touching when I went in the case to investigate the smell... It must have stopped transferring current cause the cooler stopped working in the middle of a prime 95 Blend. Geez I wish I could just buy another and swap it and then return the old one in the new box.
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make sure you relax and take it easy
oh damn, sorry to hear that bro. Dude I told you take it easy is it safe to day that its dead?
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Congrats, I got a BSOD again sometime during the night so I just started what must be my 5th or 6th attempt.
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oh damn, sorry to hear that bro. Dude I told you take it easy is it safe to day that its dead?
I did take it easy I got it to 4.7 no problems it passed Prime 95 Blend for 12 hours. I moved the case and started trying to get it to 4.8 and the cooler must have lost whatever tenuous bit of power it had left and fried my cpu since it stopped cooling it. >v< this is the 4th time I've had to RMA the CPU.
Idk if the mobo is still good or not this is gay I can't really afford to ship either of them off for rma.
   
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what changes did you make apart from uping the multi to 48 and moving the case?
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None. It had to have been me moving the case because the fan connector on the cooler was like barely touching the mobo when I opened the case.
thing that gets me is it looks perfectly fine no scorch marks or anything.
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Question... Well more like asking for clarification. When overclocking, you are increasing your voltage. So even when your computer is idle and only runs at 1.6 GHz, it's still running at whatever voltage you set in order to overclock...

Is this why my idle temps suddenly jumped 5 c from when I last checked at stock clocks?
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Question... Well more like asking for clarification. When overclocking, you are increasing your voltage. So even when your computer is idle and only runs at 1.6 GHz, it's still running at whatever voltage you set in order to overclock...

Is this why my idle temps suddenly jumped 5 c from when I last checked at stock clocks?
Unless you use offset voltage, that's how it works. My idle temps are around 26-28C at 1.345V and 1.6GHz with EIST. Using offset voltage only saved me ~5W or so at idle but caused some stability issues so I decided to stay with forced manual voltage.
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WOW thanks a lot for all the feedback guys!

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I do have a custom loop. RX360rad with GT fans push and pull. 655-b pump, apotage xt water block. Ambient temp is around 70degrees. I'm running prime blend right now 5.0ghz with HT ON. only a few hours in p95 blend while typing this but my temp right now are 62-68-66-63c. i could get better temp but i have to adjust my fans to max. i have all my fans at low Rpm because i like my pc dead silent.
I will try disabling HT, but for comparision, eduardmc has a similar setup to mine (same radiator actually) and with his HT on @ 5GHz and more volts on the CPU, he is still getting 10C better than mine. I'm starting to think that there isn't something wrong with my setup it's probably the fan configuration that is causing for the high temps or the weak pump.

But a question for the OP, are you basically saying that if you had HT, you would be getting 8-10C more than what you have right now? I'd like to keep HT on, I'm not exactly certain if it will help/hinder my fps in games.

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So I just disabled HT and at first I look at the idle temps and they are the same but once I ran Prime95, it was apparent that the temps are MUCH cooler now. Now I'm getting similar temps to the OP, he had something around 59 67 68 65 and I have 66 70 68 64. Is that more reasonable considering he has a 2500K and I'm on a 2600k with HT off?
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But a question for the OP, are you basically saying that if you had HT, you would be getting 8-10C more than what you have right now? I'd like to keep HT on, I'm not exactly certain if it will help/hinder my fps in games.

UPDATE:

So I just disabled HT and at first I look at the idle temps and they are the same but once I ran Prime95, it was apparent that the temps are MUCH cooler now. Now I'm getting similar temps to the OP, he had something around 59 67 68 65 and I have 66 70 68 64. Is that more reasonable considering he has a 2500K and I'm on a 2600k with HT off?
2500K to 2600K w/HT off is a fair comparison temp-wise. Turning HT off shouldn't effect gaming at all.
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WOW thanks a lot for all the feedback guys!

But a question for the OP, are you basically saying that if you had HT, you would be getting 8-10C more than what you have right now? I'd like to keep HT on, I'm not exactly certain if it will help/hinder my fps in games.
HT doesn't affect fps in games, I'm not sure but it does seem like HT adds extra heat. If you turn off HT its basically 2500k, I personally would turn the overclock down if heat is too much and keep HT on, if you keep it off then it kinda defies the purpose in purchasing 2600k in the first place
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Here are some very limited tests I did on HT and clock speeds for gaming:



Sorry, no direct HT on/off comparisons.
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