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    Default Re: E7200 + ud3r oc

    Well 70 and 90 is a large difference though. I suspect he maybe has too much paste on, or the heatsink is not fully/properly attached.

    Although I have not personally read many reviews of that cooler, I have seen many users with it and I do not remember anyone having issues with it being that hot.

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    Default Re: E7200 + ud3r oc

    3.6GHz@1.25v(in BIOS) vcore vs. 4.15GHz @ 1.4v is a large difference too. I tried 3.8 with 1.365v set in BIOS and it went well above 80c.

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    Default Re: E7200 + ud3r oc

    Hmm, well maybe those are hotter then I thought before? I guess since most have 8400 I am used to seeing it's temps

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    My E7xxx series will almost litterally boil at 4GHz. At 3.9GHz, IBT temps are around 70c. When testing 4.0GHz (400*10) with the same voltages it shoots up to 86c, which is way too hot for me. It seems as if my chip generates excessive heat when pushed beyond it's capabilities.

    4GHz on air is a little to ambitious for a E7xxx series. It's not received an updated stepping like the E8xxx series with it's E0 revision. A more realistic figure of between 3.4GHz and 3.8GHz is something to aim for. You may get lucky and be able to go higher, or, like me you may have to push more voltage (1.45625V) through to get stability. Fortunately the difference between 3.8GHz and 4GHz is minimal in almost all situations.

    Starting with maybe 3/6GHz, you may learn more about what your particular chip likes in terms of voltages. From this starting point you can then apply what you've learned to a higher clock frequency. I usually just set the OC I want and then try and get it stable, but sometimes it doesn't work and you have to go backwards before going forwards again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Is that 91C? You sure you have your heatsink FULLY and Securely tightened down? If you are unsure please check. Did you maybe use way to much paste? What paste are you using anyway?
    yes, i meant celsius. I think its a seating issue because I damaged one of the push pins and thats probably whats causing it. I dont think i applied too much TIM(I'm using AS5). We'll just have to wait until the new heatsink which uses the bolt through method.

    Also heres what I have noticed in temperatures:
    at 4GHz temps are at 71 max with prime
    at 4.15Ghz temps are at 90 max with prime
    The difference is due to the way higher volts need to stabalize the OC(1.264 vs 1.344)
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    Hmm, sounds like these are indeed hot chips then. Sorry I guess I had not noticed this due to not as many users with them.

    Ahh well a damaged heatsink mount definately could cause higher temps, but sounds like from all the replies here you may be looking at higher temps than I expected anyway.

    From your report, if your new cooler does not help things much, looks like you should stick with 4Ghz and call it a day.

    I'd hate to see IBT Temps if Max Prime is 90C

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    The 90c is using Prime95? WOW! Sounds like there might be something wrong there. A re-mount of the HSF would be wise to eliminate problems.

    Even at the dreaded 400*10 I only hit 77c in Prime95.
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    Default Re: E7200 + ud3r oc

    +1 I thought I would not be alone in my thoughts!

    Thanks for chiming in to add another voice of reason to the mix!!

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    i get my ultra 120 tomorrow, lets hope it resolves the issue =D

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    You should see similar temps to me really, scaling with ambient ofc.

    I think at stock I load at 46-47c according to my particular DTS sensors, rising to 56-57c at 3.9GHz with a 23c ambient.
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    2 x 2GB Mushkin Ridgeback (996902), @ 7-10-8-27, 2010-DDR, 1.66v
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