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    I just swapped on of these on my i7-950 to get to 4.2ghz. I ended up with a high voltage chip but I have had such an awesome experience with this noctua thought I would give it a shout out.

    These are my idle and load temps with the noctua NH-D14 and the crazy voltage I had to use to get stable at 4.2. My idle and load temps are insanely low considering i amusing a 1.47 vcore.... Room temp is about 21c and my case is closed up with the fan profile on standard. I realize these temps are a bit high, I was jsut trying to find stability at 4.2ghz. I can get 4.0ghz at about 1.37vcore and then it goes insane after that [need water cooling then i am sure it would come down a lot] and at 1.37v my temps never get over 68C load with intel burn....The idle temps was taken after this computer had been running all night. And I use Shin Etsu X23-7783D thermal compound [thats 2-4c just right there form most thermal paste...]I truly the king of air cooling...

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    You may have degredated the chip overclocking last time or pumped too much voltage thru it. Your voltage is at 1.472...

    No wonder you cannot overclock. You may have degredated the chip.
    That is real stupid voltage if I am reading it correctly. Your temps are not correct.

    NOWAY WILL A NOCTUA D-14 HOLD THOSE TEMPS at 1.472V under load.



    Try loosening your memory timings. No way at 6 will you get a decent overclock. Try 8-8-8-21 or 9-9-9-24.
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    @etdavenport; you're daring devil ain't you?
    BTW, how long did you run ITB when you took the screen shot?

    If I see correctly, you took the screen shot after 3 minutes. Then then NH-D14 won't last for 20 minutes run.

    @DrDeath; I think his Gskill timing is stock setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    You may have degredated the chip overclocking last time or pumped too much voltage thru it. Your voltage is at 1.472...

    No wonder you cannot overclock. You may have degredated the chip.
    That is real stupid voltage if I am reading it correctly. Your temps are not correct.

    NOWAY WILL A NOCTUA D-14 HOLD THOSE TEMPS at 1.472V under load.



    Try loosening your memory timings. No way at 6 will you get a decent overclock. Try 8-8-8-21 or 9-9-9-24.
    srry, but your wrong. =] It will do 4.0 at 1.37v no problem at even lower temps. Ive performed this test countless times and its always come up the same and it holds it stability. Ill do a 10 or 20 liner for you guys later when I have the chance. And yes, the g.skill is stock... It does these timings at 1.6v too so its really cool running ram with the heat spreaders. I just did this one real quick to show the idle temp an a load temp. You know as well as I do that Intel burn gets you to your max temp within the first cycle almost. Once the Norhtbrigde heats up it may change a bit but not much. It is not like prime 95 where you do not see your true load temps for about 15 minutes. Also Dr death, if it were wrong or something weird going on it wouldn't be registering the gflops correctly.
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    So now that you have proven conclusively that the cooler isn't up to the task at your current OC settings, you are going to back it down a notch or 2 right?

    I took a step back from 4.2 Ghz because my CPU core temps were hitting 80-81șC with my H70 cooler during long runs of LinX...

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    Keep in mind this isnt my overclock, this is just a semi stable vcore I achieved quickly to fond stability at 4.2ghz. This chip apparently does not like anything over 4.0ghzz. It goes crazy. This is the hottest it has ever been run though. there is nothing wrong with it. Every chip is different. Strait out of the box I was having trouble getting stable at higher clocks because the vcore seemed way to high but it has always run cool. The point isnt about the stability of the clock. at this vcore and this speed it is running at 54gflops in the same amount of time it always has. Thats exactly where it should be running. I posted that one line just to show where the temps were. Again this has nothing to do with the clock, it is just a demonstration of where my temps are at this crazy vcore.

    Despite all chips being different, they do not run and extremely different temperatures to the point where this is just some amazing chip. That leaves only the cooler....

    I am sorry if this bugs you, and I can tell it does for some reason, but

    APPARANTLY A NOCTUA D-14 WILL HOLD THOSE TEMPS at 1.472V under load

    87c was the peak load and 33 was the idle although this time I did not have the computer running for hours doing nothing. In that situation it idles at about 30-31c all performance states disabled on high performance. If it were running slow and doing less gflops I may agree with you. But considering its right where it should be I do not see how degradation would cause a chip to run exactly how is should with lower temps....

    I would run the test longer but I am not really interested in keeping my system this hot for too long. It runs at about 67c with a 1.37 vcore at 4.0 and that where I keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caleal View Post
    So now that you have proven conclusively that the cooler isn't up to the task at your current OC settings, you are going to back it down a notch or 2 right?

    I took a step back from 4.2 Ghz because my CPU core temps were hitting 80-81șC with my H70 cooler during long runs of LinX...
    yea for sure.I was just impressed with what the cooler could do =] I keep it 4.0ghz. over that my voltages go crazy if i want it to stay stable without a water cooler. Even with water cooling I doubt I would have much luck. This chip is just not a good clocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etdavenport View Post
    yea for sure.I was just impressed with what the cooler could do =] I keep it 4.0ghz. over that my voltages go crazy if i want it to stay stable without a water cooler. Even with water cooling I doubt I would have much luck. This chip is just not a good clocker.

    THOSE TEMPS ARE NOT CORRECT

    Unless you have ambients below 20 or less degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    THOSE TEMPS ARE NOT CORRECT

    Unless you have ambients below 20 or less degrees.
    21c as stated above, calm down, its ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etdavenport View Post
    srry, but your wrong. =] It will do 4.0 at 1.37v no problem at even lower temps. Ive performed this test countless times and its always come up the same and it holds it stability. Ill do a 10 or 20 liner for you guys later when I have the chance. And yes, the g.skill is stock... It does these timings at 1.6v too so its really cool running ram with the heat spreaders. I just did this one real quick to show the idle temp an a load temp. You know as well as I do that Intel burn gets you to your max temp within the first cycle almost. Once the Norhtbrigde heats up it may change a bit but not much. It is not like prime 95 where you do not see your true load temps for about 15 minutes. Also Dr death, if it were wrong or something weird going on it wouldn't be registering the gflops correctly.

    Your wrong. Your sensors are not reading correct. Deton and myself do not get those temps with custom water. The only way you get those temps if your cooling with extrememy low ambients which I doubt. You obviously do not know what you doing because nobody, nobody uses those crazy voltages expecially at 4.2GHz. Your chip will not be along much longer. just giving you for warning. Intel DOES not recommend above 1.375. I could see pushing it a little farther but your voltages are a bit rediculous. This is probably the reason you need these voltages. Your chip has degredated and will degredate more. In my time overclocking i7's, I have not come accross 1 person over the entire internet that needed 1.46v for 4.2GHz with a 950. Not one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etdavenport View Post
    21c as stated above, calm down, its ok.
    Ohhh, I am calm.........

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    I would think Deton is around 1.30V on the Vcore here and he tests with ambients in the low 20's. 21 celcius is 69 degrees and that is what I stress with custom water. The D14 does not outperform my custom water.
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    Dont know what to tell you man. Those charts do not really have much bearing on anything unless the system I am using and the one they used are exactly the same. thermal paste too plays a huge role. I have a case with 4 intake and exhaust fans in it. this is a bit hotter than usually because I am sitting here with 6 people watching a movie in a room with 3 computers running so my ambient much higher than the typical 21c [70F that we keep the house at all times]

    This is 1.37v gflops exactly where they should be at 4.0 again. Are these temps wrong too?
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    gflops seem low to me for 4ghz, Here is my 1055T at stock settings temp never went over 34C



    Here is a run @4.1 GHz


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    this is 1.37v and its load at 72-73c

    at 1.47v it was 87c under load , 15c hotter. Everything is acting normal. Everything is working fine and reading exactly what it should be. why do you still insist that this is impossible merely because the temps are good? [and not to mention your contradicting yourself , this is what even your chart says it should be reading. 71c at 3.8 why not 73c at 4.0?] And no offense, what your water system can do has no bearing on the readings I am getting on this Noctua...mebe you need to reseat something in your system because plenty of people have reported temps like this with these coolers. A lot even lower than mine at idle. . I ahve sertainly proved it a few times. Unless you think I am faking this somehow?

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    Less threads. If you turn off HT on the i7 it too will do over 60. That AMD cpu has 6 threads. not 8

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