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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Did you check temps before you changed the memory to 1600?
    If change to old settings does it changes anything?
    i did that yesterday and was 5 degrees down i think.but i am sure that this is still hot.

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    Have you ever checked the temps before?
    What kind of thermal paste do you use, and what method do you use to apply it?
    Are all cores at the same level?
    Try use HWMonitor(CPUID) and see how CPU temperature compare to core temperatures.

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    i didn't.i did it now cause it's summer and is really hot here.the thermal paste is gigabyte.white paste.i've put on cpu and aply with a finger using a plastic thing to cover my finger.i am sure that it's not that the problem cause i did that some times.the level of cores now are 53 50 52 50. cpu temp is 50 c. i run prime95 for 10 seconds with everest and HWMonitor open to see temp..at 100% load the cores were 80 and going up and the cpu where at 69.this is weird..
    Last edited by chuckkkkkkkk; 09-10-2011 at 11:55 PM.

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    CPU temp sould be lower than core temps, this is normal.
    GIGABYTE has thermal paste? Never heard of it.
    Would be a good idea to try a known good compound, AS5 or better. When applyin new compound clean both the CPU and the HS base. Use high-purity isopropyl alcohol or a cleaning kit and lint free cloth. If you can't get high-purity isopropyl alcohol, you can use any other high-purity alcohol.
    If you are spreading the compound, it's only need to be a very thin layer, enough to "paint" the metal not more.
    Depend on the ambiamt temperature, idle core temps should be ~30-40.

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    the thermal compound is this : Google Images

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    Never saw this before, in a review or elsewere.
    See if you can get one of the compunds elixer and above
    Thermal Interfaces Roundup: Retail Products. Page 12 - X-bit labs

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    Set CPU to normal,then carefully look through each BIOS page for dvid,then make sure its set to - (minus) to take off extra voltage then enter -0.09000v,if stable you can try -0.093750v

    It's too much CPU voltage imo for stock clocks,that combined with the intel cooler is why your seeing high CPU temps
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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    thanks!i already did that.i will try to low it more.something strange...i was looking to the hwmonitor and i saw tmpin1 value 51 c / min 23 c / max69 c ( stats when i run the prime for 10 sec). whats going on? min 23 c ? but how?

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

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    gpu temp 255.... :( this pc is getting crazy..

    anyway there is a conection between those temps?

    btw TMPIN0 -> motherboard temp
    TMPIN1 -> cpu temp
    TMPIN2 ->north bridge temp (which is high too)
    Last edited by chuckkkkkkkk; 09-11-2011 at 01:43 AM.

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    Default Re: high temperatures i7 920 - ex58 ud5

    When you did the open case test did you have a fan over it to circulate air?
    Just open case without external fan ciculating the air may be worse than closed case.
    Tryy to clear min/max values before you begin the test.

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