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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    just on the q of temps
    The curve is very similar to the 2500k(from other posts).
    The temp is also dependent on :
    1.your room temperature, and it can take 4-5hrs to get a max temp peak on cores.
    2.Theres also the consideration of whether you are running the gx hard at the same time and building up internal heat.
    3. the voltages you actually use to maintain a particular clock
    4.Whether you are running unstepped to oc, full speed unstepped to oc+ no turbo,or stepped, thru full speed to oced turbo.( supposedly lowest voltages reqd as their is only an initial full turbo current boost reqd,which then levels down a little.
    Anyway, using prime 95 from an an average room temp of 20c on air with no oc gx prog running.
    4.8ghz =75c peaks
    4.6ghz =65c peaks
    4.4ghz =60c peaks

    roughly.When I say roughly,I mean your monitor program may show temp peaks in initial testing in the first 10 min or so which never show again when the fans reach full speed.

    memory temps (under the heatsinks) with 1.59v about 40- 45c full load,mid 20's at idle.

    voltage.read from cpu z full load will vary a bit like .02 but 4.4 could be anywhere from 1.33-1.37 needed.
    Memory if you do clock it down make sure your getting better clocks or off the 2T cr to 1T or 1N.

    oh yeh the base clock/bus speed which goes to 99.8 instead of the 100, its annoying.ie your 4.4 shows up as less than that..booo!
    Theres a couple of ways of changing that but specifing 100.1 or so should keep the readout at your speed or above.Probably best not to go above 100.2 while bedding in/testing
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Kick,
    Thanks for assisting.
    I forgot that you're no longer AWOL from the forum, so I'll PM you as well as parsec in the future to help out.

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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

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    Sounds good.
    What is the voltage setting for your memory during the current test?
    Did you make any other bios changes for this test?
    i just ran intel burn test and it failed after a few seconds
    Prime95 is showing a rounding error which i just ran again (managed to do 3 hours last time)

    what do you recommend i do?
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Up to 1.60 volts for DRAM voltage should be safe.
    Try DRAM = 1.55 or 1.60 volts. Once your system is stable you can try lowering it and retesting for stability.
    IBT will often find errors faster than Prime95, but....
    ....I've seen many cases where IBT or LinX will run without errors but Prime95 will have errors, often after many hours.
    IBT and LinX are decent for fairly quick preliminary stress tests but they should NOT be run for extended time periods.

    Your Prime95 should show all four worker core tests.
    You can resize the Main Thread and Worker threads so that all are displayed at the same time.
    Sometimes one worker thread will have an error but the remaining threads can continue.
    Even one worker error is enough to end the test.

    Make sure that Round Off Checking is enabled.

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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Up to 1.60 volts for DRAM voltage should be safe.
    Try DRAM = 1.55 or 1.60 volts. Once your system is stable you can try lowering it and retesting for stability.
    IBT will often find errors faster than Prime95, but....
    ....I've seen many cases where IBT or LinX will run without errors but Prime95 will have errors, often after many hours.
    IBT and LinX are decent for fairly quick preliminary stress tests but they should NOT be run for extended time periods.

    Your Prime95 should show all four worker core tests.
    You can resize the Main Thread and Worker threads so that all are displayed at the same time.
    Sometimes one worker thread will have an error but the remaining threads can continue.
    Even one worker error is enough to end the test.

    Make sure that Round Off Checking is enabled.

    Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz-prime95-round-checking-enabled-png

    i followed the instructions with no success so i slightly increased the vcore will that be okay?
    i ran intel burn test and passed a standard test but i noticed a fluctuation of temp from 58C to 72C is that range okay? (under load )
    will run Prime95 now
    Last edited by MichaelAS; 01-02-2013 at 05:03 AM.
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by kick View Post
    just on the q of temps
    The curve is very similar to the 2500k(from other posts).
    The temp is also dependent on :
    1.your room temperature, and it can take 4-5hrs to get a max temp peak on cores.
    2.Theres also the consideration of whether you are running the gx hard at the same time and building up internal heat.
    3. the voltages you actually use to maintain a particular clock
    4.Whether you are running unstepped to oc, full speed unstepped to oc+ no turbo,or stepped, thru full speed to oced turbo.( supposedly lowest voltages reqd as their is only an initial full turbo current boost reqd,which then levels down a little.
    Anyway, using prime 95 from an an average room temp of 20c on air with no oc gx prog running.
    4.8ghz =75c peaks
    4.6ghz =65c peaks
    4.4ghz =60c peaks

    roughly.When I say roughly,I mean your monitor program may show temp peaks in initial testing in the first 10 min or so which never show again when the fans reach full speed.

    memory temps (under the heatsinks) with 1.59v about 40- 45c full load,mid 20's at idle.

    voltage.read from cpu z full load will vary a bit like .02 but 4.4 could be anywhere from 1.33-1.37 needed.
    Memory if you do clock it down make sure your getting better clocks or off the 2T cr to 1T or 1N.

    oh yeh the base clock/bus speed which goes to 99.8 instead of the 100, its annoying.ie your 4.4 shows up as less than that..booo!
    Theres a couple of ways of changing that but specifing 100.1 or so should keep the readout at your speed or above.Probably best not to go above 100.2 while bedding in/testing
    hi thanks for the help
    will read through everything you've mentioned, have to do some research to learn all the jargon though :)
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    With IBT or LinX, cpu core temps up to 75o (C) max should be OK for brief tests.
    Run the Large FFT test instead of the Blend test for now.
    If there are any memory related errors, they should occur sooner.

    Be sure to post all changed bios settings for each new test results.
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    With IBT or LinX, cpu core temps up to 75o (C) max should be OK for brief tests.
    Run the Large FFT test instead of the Blend test for now.
    If there are any memory related errors, they should occur sooner.

    Be sure to post all changed bios settings for each new test results.
    Hi
    had a problem with worker #4
    ran the blend test before i saw the message
    no new changes made
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    I would turn off hyper-threading for now and see if your system is stable with 4 physical cores.
    Another option is to set memory speed to 1600MHz and use the memory timings from the 1600MHz SPD column.
    Parsec PM'd me that he is at work today so he probably won't be able to assist for several more hours.
    The failed worker #4 thread barfed on another large FFT, and the clock times for the workers is all over the map.

    With my dual core Prime95 tests, I've found that when cpu vcore is too low, the worker time differences are greater.
    I think that cpu vcore up to ~1.45 is OK as long as you have good cooling.
    My goal would probably be to keep cpu core temps at or below 75o (C) for extended use or testing.

    What is the brand/model of your cpu cooler and cpu fan(s)?
    What is the ambient temperature?

    **edit** Never mind, I just noticed that you're using the Corsair H60 cpu cooler.
    Q9650 @ 4.10GHz [9x456MHz]
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    4x2GB OCZ Reaper PC2-8500 1094MHz @5-5-5-15
    MSI N460GTX Hawk Talon Attack (1GB) video card <---- SLI ---->
    Seasonic SS-660XP2 80 Plus Platinum psu (660w)
    WD Caviar Black WD6401AALS 640GB (data)
    Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD (boot)
    SLI @ 16/4 works when running HyperSLI
    Cooler Master 120XL Seidon push/pull AIO cpu water cooling
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    Asus VH242H 24" monitor [1920x1080]
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