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Old 23-07-14, 04:58 PM
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[Overheat3d.net] i7-4790k + Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO

Hello there.

I believe I have some overheating issues, and I don't know where's the problem.

Intel stock cooler:
IDLE: 38°C
LOAD: 100°C ( I aborted after 1-2 minutes )

Cooler Master 212 EVO:
IDLE: 32°C
LOAD: 82°C

I was running latest Intel Burn Test V2 on standard mode

I think the temperatures are too high for a cooler like this, correct me if I'm wrong.

I have also tried re-applying the thermal compound 3 times ( Akasa 455 ), the temperatures have always been the same.

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Old 23-07-14, 05:01 PM
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Have you set the voltage manually? That will make a difference. Also how do you put the thermal paste on?

Also the title made me chuckle, well done :P
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Old 23-07-14, 05:02 PM
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What frequency, voltage, etc. are you running at?
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Old 23-07-14, 05:05 PM
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I think that the temps are reasonable if you consider the low cost of that cooler and the fact that the summer does have quite an impact on temps.

My i5 3570k idles around 44 degrees with its 4.2 ghz overclock on that cooler, it does have an corsair sp120 quiet fan on there, but compared to the stock fan that comes with it, it doesnt make a huge difference apart from looks.
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I think that the temps are reasonable if you consider the low cost of that cooler and the fact that the summer does have quite an impact on temps.
Wut.
I've had more thermally intensive processors stay cooler then that cpu. Then again, if the guy is playing in a hot room...
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Old 23-07-14, 05:10 PM
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Here are the images:
http://imgur.com/fje3TKw,ai6kAjh,iLRAG0F,QwEPI4e

And I'm also using stock voltages ( AsRock Z97 Extreme4 ), which seem to vary from 1.156 -1.2517 V

I applied a "dot" in the center of the processor for a stock compound, and the "X" type for the 212 Evo
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Wut.
I've had more thermally intensive processors stay cooler then that cpu. Then again, if the guy is playing in a hot room...
That thing is running at 4.4GHz, it does seem reasonable.
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Old 23-07-14, 05:14 PM
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I applied the thermal compound by a "dot" for a stock cooler, and the "X" for 212 EVO, it seemed to spread nicely on stock, and I didnt take off the EVO yet

The voltages seem to vary from 1.156 - 1.2517

The motherboard is AsRock Z97 Extreme4, I didn't set any voltages myself.

The room temperature was 27°C on both occasions
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Old 23-07-14, 05:19 PM
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I applied the thermal compound by a "dot" for a stock cooler, and the "X" for 212 EVO, it seemed to spread nicely on stock, and I didnt take off the EVO yet

The voltages seem to vary from 1.156 - 1.2517

The motherboard is AsRock Z97 Extreme4, I didn't set any voltages myself.

The room temperature was 27°C on both occasions

Your problem is the auto volts. We have done guides on how to manually set them.....

Can someone please link him to the articles on the front page?


Otherwise temps for 1.2v+ are correct
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Old 23-07-14, 05:26 PM
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Here is the z77 overclocking guide, the basics still count for z97

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/c...ocking_guide/1


Manual voltage + undervoltage guide is the one you need though:


http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/...ur_cpu_vcore/1
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