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Everyone post your Hyper 212+
1)CPU temps
2)ambient temperature
3)application technique
4)fan confuguration

This way we can all figure out if we are doing as well as fellow overclockers and which technique works best


Mine:
(Phenom II x4 840)
idle- ~22c
full load- 40c
77F ambient
Pea technique
Stock fan
Edited by andrewmd - 4/12/11 at 8:09pm
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idle doesn't really matter that much but if you want to know.
idle 24C
Load 33C
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Full load 62 o__e
Idle 40.

I KNOW something is wrong with my application method.
How did you guys do it?
    
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I used the line method for pop's setup.
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idle- depending on the core, i get 27 (lowest i've seen) to 31 max
load- 64, although cores 1 and 3 tend to top out at slightly lower numbers.

currently running at 3.672ghz @1.248 volts 100% stable via 24 hour prime95 and 5 pass IBT @ maximum on 4 threads....never a single BSOD with these settings

I added a second fan to my hyper 212+ (identical to the stock fan) ....dropped my temps about 1 degree.
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post #6 of 45
26-28 idle, 41-43 load. This is on the cores, with a relatively constant ambient temp of 80 degrees F.

I did mine like this:


Obviously our cooler will have 3 small lines of paste as opposed to 2, since there are 4 heatpipes and 3 dividers.
Edited by Shooter116 - 4/12/11 at 7:24pm
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I used the pea sized drop method on the chip itself, later finding out this is wrong...I also mounted it up and down pulling air from the bottom. Anyway I've never seen temps over 40.
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Originally Posted by Shomiyamu! View Post
Full load 62 o__e
Idle 40.

I KNOW something is wrong with my application method.
How did you guys do it?
I used the pea method also. I guess my temps are pretty fine so I'm not gonna take apart my rig just to redo it
OC timee

What temp would you guys advise as max?
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post #9 of 45
I've used dat line method from benchmarkreviews? And I can't for the life of me figure it out.

You're supposed to fill in the gaps and then make lines?
How do you do that perfectly? =S
How thick/long are the lines on the gaps supposed to be.
I've gone through a whole tube remounting like 10 times.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by andrewmd View Post
I used the pea method also. I guess my temps are pretty fine so I'm not gonna take apart my rig just to redo it
OC timee

What temp would you guys advise as max?
62C is stated max by AMD.
I like to stay under 60 for stability though.
    
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