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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-23-2019, 08:38 AM - Thread Starter
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Are these temps safe for durability?

Hello Overclockers,

I just build a new machine after being away from the OC business in over a decade. ALOT has changed, I think I finally got it to a stable run of Blender but the same cores keep running HELLA HOT!! my guess is I need to reapply some thermal paste. Would greatly appreciate some input and thoughts on ideas that could be a potential reason for this to be happening. Current settings are set for 4.5Ghz @ 4000Mhz on 1.22v.

I don't want to Overclock it anymore as I think this a sweet spot for this RIG right now but want to drastically bring down temps knowing full well that the i9 X-series cores run hot.

CPU strap: 100
BLCK Freq: 100
AVX neg offset: 3
AVX-513 neg offset: 3
CPU core ratio: 45 all cores
Min CPU cache ratio: auto
Max CPU cache ratio: 30
DRAM Freq: 4000Mhz
CPU core voltage: 1.220v manual mode
CPU cache voltage: Offset mode + at 0.195
DRAM voltage: 1.25v
Input voltage: 1.92v
CPU VCCIO: 1.0
CPU System Agent: 0.95000
PCH Core voltage: 1.01250
VRM Spread Spectrum: Disabled

The HWInfo image was a blender 2 demo pass. Same cores 3,4 & 6,7 run very hot when under load which leads me to believe that it needs be re-pasted with Kryonaut.

Thoughts and Opinions?
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you can remount and reapply paste as much as you want but your bigger issue is you're OCing a 10 core with an AIO.

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looks like you're hitting thermal thresholds.

You need to back it down or beef up the cooling. It'll likely run smoother than it does now due to constantly hitting its thermal wall.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
you can remount and reapply paste as much as you want but your bigger issue is you're OCing a 10 core with an AIO.
Agreed.

Though a case like this is where the Swiftech and EK AIOs separate themselves from the CLCs.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
you can remount and reapply paste as much as you want but your bigger issue is you're OCing a 10 core with an AIO.
@The Pook What do you recommend?

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Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
looks like you're hitting thermal thresholds.

You need to back it down or beef up the cooling. It'll likely run smoother than it does now due to constantly hitting its thermal wall.
@skupples What should I dial down the clock maybe bring it down to 4.2 @ 1.2v what other setting do you recommend dialing down?

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Even thou, your system would shutdown first before thermal damage...is it "safe for durability" I would say no, you will degrade some of your CPU cores no doubt, it just a matter of time I would rather keep clocks slightly lower, you gain is min. but risk of damaging your CPU is much grater.
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Quote: Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post
Agreed.

Though a case like this is where the Swiftech and EK AIOs separate themselves from the CLCs.
@ciarlatano can you elaborate on this a bit please.

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Even thou, your system would shutdown first before thermal damage...is it "safe for durability" I would say no, you will degrade some of your CPU cores no doubt, it just a matter of time I would rather keep clocks slightly lower, you gain is min. but risk of damaging your CPU is much grater.
@NewUser16 I don't disagree with you I just spent a **** ton of money on this system and don't want to blow it up. I just want to run a slight OC from stock stable and "Safe for Durability" for a while. As it is stock there is already, no a-lot of things that can max this machine but what's the point of spending all this money if you can OC the thing to save my life you know?

If you have some suggestions on clocks and voltages please let me know I am totally open for suggestions.

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@The Pook What do you recommend?

Custom loop or reduce your OC.

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