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The fast jump is completely normal.

Unless you have a pretty high ambient temperature, and/or a very high vcore setting, your idle and loaded temps seem very high.

With my i7-950 clocked at 4.2 Ghz (185x23, vcore@1.35v, HT and speed step on), with an ambient temperature of 22ºC, my idle temp on the hottest core is 33-34ººC, and max loaded temp through 100 passes of LinX set to 25k problem size is 69ºC.
While I have more radiator and higher end WC parts in my loop than you, I also have OC'ed RAM and a GTX470 video card dumping heat into my loop.
I'm also not confident in my CPU water block mounting, I think it may be less than optimal.

It would help if people would include their ambient temperature, vcore, QPI and DRAM voltages when asking about WC temperatures with an i7 CPU....

Also, people with AMD Phenom CPUs posting their temps when the question is about an OCed Intel i7 isn't at all helpful or relevant.
Edited by Caleal - 3/30/11 at 7:45am
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post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by Caleal View Post
The fast jump is completely normal.

Unless you have a pretty high ambient temperature, and/or a very high vcore setting, your idle and loaded temps seem very high.

With my i7-950 clocked at 4.2 Ghz (185x23, vcore@1.35v, HT and speed step on), with an ambient temperature of 22ºC, my idle temp on the hottest core is 33-34ººC, and max loaded temp through 100 passes of LinX set to 25k problem size is 69ºC.
While I have more radiator and higher end WC parts in my loop than you, I also have OC'ed RAM and a GTX470 video card dumping heat into my loop.
I'm I'm also not confident in my CPU water block mounting, I think it may be less than optimal.

It would help if people would include their ambient temperature, vcore, QPI and DRAM voltages when asking about WC temperatures with an i7 CPU....

Also, people with AMD Phenom CPUs posting their temps when the question is about an OCed Intel i7 isn't at all helpful or relevant.
this

questions questions questions..
i could not find anywhere what exact equipment you are using, what fan speeds, what is involved to be cooled with the wc..
like caleal said, exact voltages/settings would be also helpful. one more thing, i´m asking myselft what your flowrate with that pump is ( and how many blocks are decreasing it if there are more of them )

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post #13 of 16
How do you guys measure Ambient Temps? Have a thermometer sitting around in the room or something?
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post #14 of 16
I keep a digital room temp monitor in my computer room. As far as temps mine jump from ~38c idle to 50c (my max) in about 20 seconds jumps to mid 40's instantly. So depending on your delta and Vcore what you are seeing could be normal.
post #15 of 16
This is how my system warms up with Prime95 small FFT's. Running at 4.2 GHz, HT on, full load Vcore about 1.39 V. Ambient temperature 24 C.

Temperature of warmest core:


Vcore:


Speed of rad fans:



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So 80 degrees instantly means about 90 full load.Exactly how long did you run prime 95 to test for stability?How's your rasa 360 working for ya?
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