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Hi guys was wondering if i could get some advise i have changed my multiplier to 4.5 and voltage too 1.25 and done some short test but my temps never go up and i'm getting the feeling the cpu is not getting stressing it needs also what other test should i do and for how long. here is screenshot of what i mean also the temps on idle are 15-20c


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Did you OC in the UEFI or in the OS?
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Did you OC in the UEFI or in the OS?
Sorry mate bios allways
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Sorry mate bios allways
It could be that OCCT isn't working well for the 6600k. I would use cinebench or furmark.
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It could be that OCCT isn't working well for the 6600k. I would use cinebench or furmark.
Cheers King might try them but its the same for prime and aida64
what are the normal temps for 6600k at 1.25v as i said mine are about 20 on idle but only go up to about 40 doing the tests
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Cheers King might try them but its the same for prime and aida64
what are the normal temps for 6600k at 1.25v as i said mine are about 20 on idle but only go up to about 40 doing the tests
I don't see that as being terribly abnormal? You could have won the chip lotto haha! What cooling are you using? Are the fans blasting when you are under load?

EDIT: You are only .05v above normal. And looking at your normal temps I don't see anything too abnormal as I stated. If you are really concerned run the test for about 30 min to an hour.
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maybe it just me been away from the scene for a few years when i was used to a 2500k & 3570k running hot at 60/70c using a corsair h115i for cooling so are these chips a lot cooler than before
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maybe it just me been away from the scene for a few years when i was used to a 2500k & 3570k running hot at 60/70c using a corsair h115i for cooling so are these chips a lot cooler than before
What were your Idle temps at the time you hit 70c? I am betting they were higher than what you said of 15c? That is a REALLY low idle temp. I am guessing it is cold where your computer is. But you are right, my signature has my 2500k rig and I blasted the voltages and with an H100 at the time it idled at 60c. I had to put the rad in a bucket of ice just to finish a bench to prevent throttling.
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What were your Idle temps at the time you hit 70c? I am betting they were higher than what you said of 15c? That is a REALLY low idle temp. I am guessing it is cold where your computer is. But you are right, my signature has my 2500k rig and I blasted the voltages and with an H100 at the time it idled at 60c. I had to put the rad in a bucket of ice just to finish a bench to prevent throttling.
idle were 15/20c went up to 40c when stress test but was expecting 60/70c like the chip i had a few years but being doing some looking today on the old goggle and they appear to be at lot cooler.
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Well considering you went from an 2500K to an 6600K, that is a few generations and years in between. So most likely the CPU are more efficient and better built
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