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Hello everyone I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me out. My 1100t seems to get way to hot while running p95. Gets to 60C then steadies out there then I ussally stop it. I'm running a H50 cooler on it running push pull setup with a shroud exausting from my case. Now ive reseated it a few times and still no good result, im using as5, I know its not the best but all I have at the moment I still wouldn't think that it would hit 60c so quickly about five min into prime. I'm clocked at 3.7ghz (18.5x 1.35v) rig is in sig. Room temp of about 25c. Any help please?
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1. reapply thermal paste again. Use this guide: http://www.arcticsilver.com/methods.html It really helped me when I had the same problem as you.

2. If that fails, check to see if the pump is running at full speed. Go into the bios and run whatever header it's in at 100%. If it's plugged into the PSU, try using a mobo header.

good luck
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Thanx for the reply, I have tryied that method explained and still no luck I've also made sure pump is running.... it is. I forgot to mention my idle temp is 30 to 33c but just jumps up to 60 so quickly.
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Thanx for the reply, I have tryied that method explained and still no luck I've also made sure pump is running.... it is. I forgot to mention my idle temp is 30 to 33c but just jumps up to 60 so quickly.
If it jumps very quickly, then this is due to the base of the H50 heatsink base not getting enough contact on the CPU. You need to really bolt it down tight.

When I look at the backplate behind my Mothboard which has my Waterblock on, I can see that it's slightly bending the motherboard... Not too much of a bend, but it shows me that my heatsink block is tighly screwed on with good contact.
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Hello thanx for the reply yes its on very tight thanx for the info about the slight bend mine has one as well and i was worried it was too tight, could it just not be a good overclocking chip? Under heavy game use it doesnt go pass 48. So I guess it should live for a little while just wish I could do some decent overclocking without such high p95 temps.
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Hello thanx for the reply yes its on very tight thanx for the info about the slight bend mine has one as well and i was worried it was too tight, could it just not be a good overclocking chip? Under heavy game use it doesnt go pass 48. So I guess it should live for a little while just wish I could do some decent overclocking without such high p95 temps.
No problem. And don't worry about it bending too much, Motherboard's are very sturdy and neraly unbreakable if you try and bend it and make it snap lol.

It's a bit strange though.

When you applied the thermal paste, was it a tiny ot in the middle of the CPU that you applied? It has to be half the size of a pea, then apply your H50 heatsink which will spread it out evenly.
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Yes I put a half peas size in middle and tightend up heatsink, I will try and reseat it one more time tonight will be try number 6 I beleave but maybe I will bet better results. Was also thinking of getting this for the rad http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185054.
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Yes I put a half peas size in middle and tightend up heatsink, I will try and reseat it one more time tonight will be try number 6 I beleave but maybe I will bet better results. Was also thinking of getting this for the rad http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185054.
The only last few options I can suggest is...

In the BIOS, make sure that you disable the CPU Smart FAN (Or whatever it is) and set the CPU Fan speed to 100%

Run a CPU strees test program like Prime95 for 10mins and see if the radiator that your using get's warm. If it doesn't that there's something wrong with the pump or there's not enough power getting to the pump which would be as I stated above that the CPU fan setting in the BIOS is not set to maximum.

See if that works? if not, I'm out of ideas lol
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Sorry ive tried all that as well all fans are at max rad does get warm and pump feels warm as well, maybe a defect in the sealed loop not enough fluid maybe im not sure im so stumped. Thanx for the replies though.
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When you seat the CPU Cooler down onto the CPU, I suggest twisting it left and right while pushing down a little bit and then HOLD it down tight and screw the mounting thing on(That circle thing that attaches the cooler to the Motherboard lol)

I have never believed in the Tiny Pea size in the middle, I usually do an X onto the CPU as I've found this produce better results Especially with THICK Thermal paste like AS5 (AS5 don't like to spread easily, it requires a lot of pressure so the X method might be better)

I did that on my H70 and got great results(Even at 4ghz I don't ever surpass 40C)

Try increasing airflow into the Case also(If you're installing your H50 to exhaust the air out) I suggest adding a good front intake fan(Or side intake fans)


If all else don't work, then well, try lapping the H50 cpu block ? Then again thats just too much trouble to go through_

Goodluck =]
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