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Old 11-12-2010
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i7 930 Temperatures rises too high

I have a few surprises when the temperature rises in my core i7 930 is at CB.

My config:
  • Asus P6T Deluxe v2
  • Core i7 930 22x155 = D0 = 3410MHz Vcore 1.208V
  • Patriot Viper Series 8-8-8-24 PC12800
  • Kit Swiftech Apex Ultima (MPC655, Swiftech 240mm Rad, GTZ, the waterblock on the NB and pack the small Plexiglas tank)
  • Cooler Master Cosmos S
  • Corsair HX850W
  • Arctic Cooling MX-3
  • There are 2 noctua NF-P12 on the rad
  • 2 noctua NF-S12B aspirations in front and one behind in extraction

The trick (because it's bound to be something) is that I am at rest at 40 ? C per core (32 to the ignition of the PC) and after 10min of bench I'm about 60 ? C Core. So I am concerned because I do not want to stop in between overclocking. I heard that the 930 gets very hot and I want to know if these temperatures are normal.

Thank you in advance
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Re: i7 930 Temperatures rises too high

I've tried 3 of them i7 930, then idle with the noctua U12P remaining at 33-36 ?, even at full reach 67-68 ?, with the stock said the temperature reaches even 78-80 degrees. Here, I can confirm that the full range of i7 (for exception of a few lucky CPU) heats a lot to extreme versions of the exception, when I had with the 975EE noctua U12P SE I also like the 920 mule always D0 then the 975 after 1 hour first 95 64-bit cores came to 62-63 ? with turbo mode at frequencies of 3.46 GHz, 920 with the turbo mode frequency of 2.80 GHz and the measured temperature was 67-68 ?.
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Re: i7 930 Temperatures rises too high

40 ? C at idle is an enormous, in full what you get , I disassembled everything and double checked the mounting of the heatsink, even removed all doubt if it is boxed I think you should try putting the fan with the original to see what the temperature is, just to make a comparison. If then with both of you said the temperatures so high, it means that you've ever approaches an-oven. Also check the temperature detected by the motherboard BIOS.
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Old 11-12-2010
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Re: i7 930 Temperatures rises too high

I have a motherboard Asus Rampage Extreme III and a 4.0 HT i7 930 to ON, Corsair Dominator memory with a 1600 GT heatsink NHU12P CL7 and SE2. And I'd like to tell me what may go with the overclock these are the catches that I leave from here:

My problem is the voltages that I just clarified very well and that I have reviewed the manuals of overclocking and I have printed on paper. It has passed the test burn in standard and smoothly, the Prime95 stress in 30 minutes (because since yesterday I have the new pc) and no error but I miss the max temperature reached 96 degrees (I guess this is excessive).
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Re: i7 930 Temperatures rises too high

That temperature what you have mentioned here is not good enough, all its stuff is about 75-80 ? maximum. Why it has 1.35v on the mic, has proven less voltage. If not I would advise you to use the Vcore 1.25-1.28v in bios and qpi-dram a1.29-1.31va. One thing that should be kept in mind, is that it has the HT (hyper-threading) feature enabled. That usually gives about 8-10 degrees, and you need to put more voltages. Yet these temperatures are too high to use the noctua. Something is wrong. Or you have a bad cooling on the case or the heatsink is misplaced, Anyways, I have the HT 4.0 Vcore OFF with 1,250 in 930.
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