this build was to obviously OC my i7 920. A friend of mine essentially has an identical build except he used the Thermalright 120 or whatever it is and he runs at 3.8Ghz. All of my idle temps appeared to be within an "acceptable" limit. I didn't tweak anything in the BIOS yet so things are still at Auto.
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I was going to try the horizontal line application that the Arctic silver web site suggests? Or should I just go with the dab in the middle? Again as I mentioned above after seeing the article and thinking back to when I was applying the paste with the credit card I think I probably got too much on there and more then likely the compound is probably acting more as an insulator then anything. Because even when the CPU was running at 80C I touched the base of the heatsink around the heat pipes and there was only a little warmth there. Was no were even remotely close to 80C thats for dang sure.
my V8? To be completely honest I don't really know anything about OCing so I didn't even attempt to mess with it I was going to have my buddy help me with that. But with my temps already around 74 80C at stock speeds I can't help but wonder if something is really, really wrong here. I applied the thermal paste (AS5) with the "spread it with a credit card" method and tried to get it even.
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Sounds like the heatsink seating or the thermal paste application is definetly the culprit at this point. Will reseat it today or tomorrow and let you know what I come up with. If your running at 85C (cap) at 3.8 Ghz im tempted to push it up there but I may still leave it at 3.6? Not sure yet I don't want to shorten the life of the CPU too much!
To be honest after even looking at the article you linked to I think I may have put too much paste on. I will use some rubbing alcohol and clean it up and reapply tomorrow and see where I land after that. Thank you though! I thought the temps seemed awful high at stock speeds. I hope to land at 71C with an OC of 3.6Ghz! 3.6 was my goal from the start so if I could get close to where your sitting at in the 71C range I would be over joyed!
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I idle in the 39 42 range and reached a cap of 85c under full load after 13+ hours in prime95 (I attribute these somewhat higher load temps to an absurd increase in ambient temps as I left my door closed overnight while it was running)
Any suggestions from the pros on what I should do to get my temps down? What about proper thermal paste application to the i7's? Thank you very much ahead of time for your help and thoughts!
I am using the latest version of Prime 95 and Realtemp. I will only be using my build for gaming so nothing crazy. My idle temps are around 40 45C which didn't seem awful. But when I fire up Prime 95 im sitting at around 74 80C at stock speeds? I guess Realtemp records the CPU running at 2.8 Ghz but still. Am I looking at a reseat of Football Boots Mercurial Superfly
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I am also running a gtx295 which I am convinced is increasing my temps by at least a few degrees because it idles in the low 60s.
Also when torture testing with Prime95 I noticed these 74 80C temps only when I run the test that states (max power and heat). When I run the blended test or the other one my temps will typically fall into the 70 75C area. At one point I was curious and removed the side door off my Antec 900 case and applied some pressure to the top of the V8 and the temps dropped about 5 10C? Again forgive me as this was really my first attempt at a custom OC build with aftermarket cooler but in all the years i've been working on computers and building my own i've never had an issue with a cooler not seating right but I guess there is a first time for everything. I've always ran stock speeds on my processors so always ran the stock coolers but I wanted to really get as much performance as I could out of the 920 so I went with the V8 cooler to help with my temps.
What temps should I be expecting to see for idle and 100% load? I was hoping to land my 920 at 3.6Ghz by the time it was all said and done. My friend that runs at 3.8Ghz was saying at times during the torture test he was in the 80 85C area but I don't really feel all that comfortable running that high.
In response the room is about 72 degrees farenheit. And the CPU fan on the cooler is working. I can feel the air moving out the back. I will Football Boots 2016 Messi do a reseat with some recommended techniques. I actually checked out Arctic Silver's website and found they have a recommended technique for applying the paste to an i7.
I wish I'd seen it before I put my cooler on. I used the pea sized blob in the center of my CPU. With the temperatures your CPU is putting out, I'd say you should do it again. Using real temp and prime95 I had load temps at 71. My cooler is the Vigor Monsoon III. Which cooler you go with shouldn't make a big impact, as seen in the article I linked. The V8 you got should be doing much better than that. Right now you have no room to overclock, I'd say your only option is to put it all back together again if you want to overclock.
74 80 seems awfully hot for stock speeds. This is stock voltages as well I assume? That's about the same effectiveness as the stock Intel cooler. What is the room temperature that the PC is in? Are you sure the CPU fan is running? Put the CPU fan to full speed in the BIOS and see if that makes a difference. 5 of a change or more and you've likely got air flow issues with your case. My case is very similar to yours, so I don't think that could be the issue.
2 by putting a small dollop in the center of the cpu and just smacking the v8 on and tightening it.
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