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November 13, 2013 11:20:59 AM

hey i got some temp issue ocing my fx 8350 more than 4.4 with the hyper evo i was wondering if there is something out there that is twice as strong or more

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November 13, 2013 11:50:46 AM

the d14 is not twise as strong
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November 13, 2013 12:21:57 PM

The thermal paste you use can make a difference. I have a Hyper 212 Plus in my desktop cooling an Intel I5-3570K. Just changing the thermal paste dropped the idle temps from around 45 degrees to around 35. I changed from Antec's Formula 5 to Formula 7.

May not make much of a difference, but it may give you the extra boost you are looking for.

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November 13, 2013 12:46:41 PM

really it can make such differance in temp with just thermal paste no wonder seeing another guys clocking with 4.7 Ghz with hyper 212 evo x

but im on idle temp 32 C witch is pretty nice for 8350 since it produce alot of heat
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November 13, 2013 12:47:11 PM

Neverrazor said:
the d14 is not twise as strong


No you're not gonna find anything that cools 2x of a 212 Evo when using air. That's cooling 101. However, the NH-D14 is one of the best air coolers you have available and it will perform much better at higher temps. The higher you go, the more it'll cool compared to the 212.

At lower temps, the NH-D14 and a puny TX3 is about the same as well. But once you turn up the heat, that's when the good coolers really start to shine.


So good luck!
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November 13, 2013 1:02:10 PM

cklaubur said:
The thermal paste you use can make a difference. I have a Hyper 212 Plus in my desktop cooling an Intel I5-3570K. Just changing the thermal paste dropped the idle temps from around 45 degrees to around 35. I changed from Antec's Formula 5 to Formula 7.



I had the hotter 4670K and the Hyper 212 EVO using the stock paste that came with the cooler. My chip never idled at 45C. Either too much paste was used or the heat sink not seated properly.

OP what kind of temps are you getting exactly? Try using HardWareMonitor.
Noctua air cooling is about as good as it gets for air cooling.

If you really want some cooling, read the water cooling sticky here.
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November 13, 2013 1:54:12 PM

Immaculate said:
cklaubur said:
The thermal paste you use can make a difference. I have a Hyper 212 Plus in my desktop cooling an Intel I5-3570K. Just changing the thermal paste dropped the idle temps from around 45 degrees to around 35. I changed from Antec's Formula 5 to Formula 7.



I had the hotter 4670K and the Hyper 212 EVO using the stock paste that came with the cooler. My chip never idled at 45C. Either too much paste was used or the heat sink not seated properly.

OP what kind of temps are you getting exactly? Try using HardWareMonitor.
Noctua air cooling is about as good as it gets for air cooling.

If you really want some cooling, read the water cooling sticky here.


There may have been a mounting problem with my 212 Plus. The Evo has a smoother surface on the bottom, with no gaps between the heatpipes, so that could make it difficult to get good contact.

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November 13, 2013 7:06:53 PM

Neverrazor said:
hey i got some temp issue ocing my fx 8350 more than 4.4 with the hyper evo i was wondering if there is something out there that is twice as strong or more

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What are you voltages at?
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November 14, 2013 2:34:25 AM

Calculatron said:
Neverrazor said:
hey i got some temp issue ocing my fx 8350 more than 4.4 with the hyper evo i was wondering if there is something out there that is twice as strong or more

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What are you voltages at?



1.33v for 4.4 stable preformance controlable heat
1.351v for 4.5 stable preformance but too much heat
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November 14, 2013 8:08:52 AM

That's certainly nothing high.

There is a person on here that has a Phanteks PH-TC14PE that managed to get his FX-8350 to 5.0ghz. The NH-D14 is on par with that, about both are still on sale for ~$80. If you've won the silicon lottery as well, you might be able to do that.
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