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May 1, 2006 1:46:43 AM

I need info about the stock Pentium D 920 cooler please. Link please.
May 1, 2006 2:40:01 AM

I pretty much think all Socket 775 HSF are the same lol. They are a bit big and hella noisy.
May 1, 2006 3:00:00 AM

Every time i search for socket 775 HSF, it always result non-stock coolers.
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May 1, 2006 5:00:59 AM

Im pretty sure the intel website has info on its stock coolers, how fast the fan is etc etc.
May 2, 2006 2:21:31 AM

Max speed, heatsink and everything. RPM.
May 2, 2006 6:04:32 AM

I have Pentium D 805, this is what I can tell you :
- quite heavy, I believe > 400gr
- the base is made of copper, but the fins are made of aluminium (I think)
- the fins quite thick (compared to Scythe Katana) and sharp. :( 
- max speed I have had : 4500rpm
- no doubt it's f*ckin noisy
May 2, 2006 2:24:23 PM

I, too, want to know more info on stock Intel 775 coolers as I'm swapping over from 478-pin. My interest is in quiet & warranty rather than frantic & expensive fails.

Currently I have four stock Intel 775 coolers ...

1) is small with an aluminium core, weight approx 330gm, 7-blade fan runs at approx 2,400rpm
2) is large with an aluminium core, weight approx 350gm, 9-blade fan runs at approx 2,200rpm
3) is small with a copper core, weight approx 460gm, 7-blade fan runs at approx 2,400rpm
4) is large with an copper core, weight approx 480gm, 9-blade fan runs at approx 2,200rpm

Pic of all four follows ... http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h216/Ray_GTI-R/PC/AllFourIncFansb.jpg

I also see this small-looking one for the EE965 is OK up to 4.26ghz - yes, on air! But no rpm/temperature info http://images.tomshardware.com/2006/03/22/pentium_extreme_edition_965/ee965_cooler.jpg

Also, I can lap these stock LGA heatsinks rather sucessfully ... http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h216/Ray_GTI-R/PC/ZzcuHeadOn1a.jpg

Any help on sorting these four heatsinks into some sort of standard processor upper limit would be much appreciated.

Cheers, Ray
(Where I'm coming from ... Abit IC7-MAX3 running a 30-capper 2.8C & stock, lapped, Intel EE HSF & ShinEtsu Microsi paste - the fan is set to run at 60% through the Abit BIOS and does 1,240rpm, CPU idle temp 39C ambient temp 25C ... think "very, very quiet")
May 2, 2006 8:36:03 PM

Thanks about the info Ray but mine is not here. Mine got a greenish center and VERY silent. We can almost don't hear em.
May 2, 2006 9:45:57 PM

Three things ...

a) check the CPU fan speed in RPM (via Sandra, MBM, ASUS PC Probe or if no windows software is available, from the ASUS BIOS - shown in "PC Health" I believe) - what speed does the fan operate at?
b) the Intel fans all have a code printed on the holographic logo in white ink e.g., C25897-001, C25704-002, C91968-002 etc. What does your fan show?
c) when you say "got a greenish center" do you mean the centre of the fan (the label itself) is green?

Cheers, Ray
May 2, 2006 9:52:10 PM

Quote:
Three things ...

a) check the CPU fan speed in RPM (via Sandra, MBM, ASUS PC Probe or if no windows software is available, from the ASUS BIOS - shown in "PC Health" I believe) - what speed does the fan operate at?
b) the Intel fans all have a code printed on the holographic logo in white ink e.g., C25897-001, C25704-002, C91968-002 etc. What does your fan show?
c) when you say "got a greenish center" do you mean the centre of the fan (the label itself) is green?

Cheers, Ray


a) 1600~1605 RPM

b)Can't check, sorry.

c) Label, yeah.
May 2, 2006 10:03:11 PM

OK, next time it's convenient can you publish the fan code? A pic (or preferably a link to a pic - I'm on a 56k modem at the mo') would be much appreciated. Post here or PM is fine. Cheers, Ray
May 2, 2006 10:11:24 PM

Okay, i will post a pic of it. But i gotta to go now so maybe later.
May 2, 2006 10:49:39 PM

Yeah - no rush whatsoever! I've been on this trail for weeks and am content to get whatever info I can & whenever I can. Sorry I couldn't help with your original question. Cheers, Ray
June 6, 2006 12:48:22 AM

Any news?
June 6, 2006 4:08:57 AM

Ill give you info on the stock cooler:

it runs at about 2400 rpm

its noizy

its a pain in the ass to put in and to take out. Those 4 push pins are sooo dam finnnicky.
June 6, 2006 10:57:57 PM

Quote:
Ill give you info on the stock cooler:

it runs at about 2400 rpm

its noizy

its a pain in the ass to put in and to take out. Those 4 push pins are sooo dam finnnicky.


Many thanks, wun911,

The RPM's sound right for the "large" Intel cooler.

The noise problem seems strange - is it noisy at 2400rpm or just when it's being asked to do loads of work, like hours playing a "big" game, when it might me revving-up well beyond 2400rpm?

I hear you very well about the push pins - worst thing Intel ever made. Why Oh Why do they go for these complex assemblies when much simpler, more robust solutions are so easy to envisage and have been done by aftermarket providers? (Rhetorical question)
June 7, 2006 5:05:18 AM

Some MBs have the ability in BIOS to reduce the rpm of the fan when the CPU is idle or cool, otherwise it will always spin at 2400rpm.

In my opnion the stock intel cooler is noizy compared to say a zalman 7700 with a 2000rmp fan.

Its not like you will get a masive headache with an intel fan... if you dont oc it it will surfice temperature wise just leave it and save the money.
June 7, 2006 9:19:17 AM



Yeah - I know what you mean!

I've tried all four of those Intel fans and IMHO they're quiet enough @ 2,200/ 2,400prm to be drowned by other noise ... when used for day-to-day tasks. But they will get "busy" when things aren't right ... or when the CPU is running at 100%.

Is there any info on the stock upper processor speed limits for those four Intel HSF's? (See msg# 8 above)
June 10, 2006 4:26:35 AM

Back, sorry for my unactivness, i broke my arm, anyway, soundz dont worry me. My computer is VERY silent, i can almost cant hear it.
June 10, 2006 4:36:45 AM

sorry to hear about the arm :( 
wish you a swift recovery.
must have broke it lifting that stock cooler :lol: 
June 10, 2006 4:39:59 AM

Nope, skating. Anyway, one of my fan do a weird sound when my comp is hot, it slowdown, speed up, slow down, speed up. Any dangers?
June 10, 2006 4:49:19 AM

sounds odd 8O

I had one fail when the 920 first hit the market.
but switched to zalman for overclock reasons.
whas your temps ?
might not be seated correctly
June 10, 2006 4:59:36 AM

Right now, Idle,

CPU fan RPM: 1644
Chasis: 1373 RPM.

Temps:

MB: 36c
CPU: 40c
GPU: 64c
HDD: 32c

VCORE voltage: 0,84

Clocks:

CPU: 2802 MHz
FSB: 200 MHz
BUS: 266 MHz


GPU: 351 MHz
GPU bus: 250 Mhz

PCI-e (x16)
June 10, 2006 5:08:44 AM

that vcore is insane.
even idle.
cpu fan a little low but idle will be lower.
what mobo do you have ?
if you have pc probe II load it and get all the voltages .
if not download from the asus site.
you need to check the psu voltages (12 volt rail)
might be failing.
disable Q fan if laoded in bios to stabalize.
June 10, 2006 5:20:12 AM

forgot to mention the 920 set at auto will vary vcore but .84 is close to absolute minumum.
Im checking
June 10, 2006 5:23:01 AM

wrong .3 is minumum in design but dont recall vcore dropping that low @ normal idle intrival
June 10, 2006 5:45:39 AM

My mobo is ASUS custom made.

I can only find my temp with BIOS and EVEREST.

Voltages:

+2.5 = 2,5
+3.3 = 3.33
+5 = 3,97
+12 = 11,75

VTR (?) = 3,32 V


Ill set full load. Ill tell u rpm and temps.

No Q-fan. Clocks n V locked


PSU: 350W
June 10, 2006 5:59:33 AM

12 volt a little low .
considering under load that voltage will drop with a 350wt psu.
the cpu will drop vcore at idle (intel design)
good feature .
for now you are more conserned with the fan fluctuation.
do you have q fan or other fan moniter settings in bios.

you could adjust vcore manually to 1.28 to 1.3 volts to see if fan will stabilize.
the fan will cycle cold by default with vcore drops but should be fairly stable under load.
the cycle should be almost inaudible. except under extreeme load under high temps and that fan should roar.
do you possibly hear another fan failing (psu) or chassis
June 10, 2006 6:01:43 AM

Not sure, might be my GPU fan due to my hign temps of GPU. I will take stress test, Kal Online 30 mins ill report back.
June 10, 2006 6:07:08 AM

pm me
June 10, 2006 6:33:13 AM

Results:

CPU: 48c
GPU: 85c
MB: 39c
HDD: 33c

cpu fan: 1645 RPM
chassis: 1400 RPM

Ill stress my system with:

Unreal tournaments 2004 - 30 mins.
June 10, 2006 6:42:24 AM

Thats hot on the gpu.
some say its ok.
but its toasty.
mine never hits 65C

the rest looks great
June 10, 2006 7:01:18 AM

results: GPU: 88!!!!
CPU:50
HDD: 33
MB: 38



Fans:
cpu: 1643
chassis: 1382

GPU is pretty hign!

What the most GPU game?


EDIT: Stock throttle is: 145c
June 10, 2006 7:19:48 AM

I missed that 5 volt reading.
if the reported voltage is right .
you need a psu.
your fan if its stock is cooling just fine although the speed is odd.should report higher speed
your at stock frequency so you wont be that hot anyway.
all in all
find another reporting software (asus pc probe) on the instalation cd or web site.
Ill check tomorrow for your update.
if your up for awhile and just cant resist crashing that rig run 3dmark2006 a few times.
that will toast your gpu.
you know 88 deg C is around boiling temps. so I would consider checking that gpu heatsink
watch that arm.
June 10, 2006 7:26:24 AM

Quote:
Ill give you info on the stock cooler:

it runs at about 2400 rpm

its noizy

its a pain in the ass to put in and to take out. Those 4 push pins are sooo dam finnnicky.


Many thanks, wun911,

The RPM's sound right for the "large" Intel cooler.

The noise problem seems strange - is it noisy at 2400rpm or just when it's being asked to do loads of work, like hours playing a "big" game, when it might me revving-up well beyond 2400rpm?

I hear you very well about the push pins - worst thing Intel ever made. Why Oh Why do they go for these complex assemblies when much simpler, more robust solutions are so easy to envisage and have been done by aftermarket providers? (Rhetorical question)

I believe you're wrong. The push pins aren't the worst thing ever made by Intel. They're a bitch to put in and take out but once you've done that, then they're fine.

The real worst thing ever made by Intel ISSSS... can I have the envelope please?


... THE PRESCOTT!!!
June 10, 2006 7:26:39 AM

Nothing work, i tried: speedfan, MMB5, asus probe, only everest and bios tell me the right temps. Others tell me 0c temps OR saying error that no sensors.

I buyed 3d mark 2006 ill run it right now but it lag A LOT!
June 10, 2006 7:38:24 AM

WTF? I could run it fine before but now my comp frozed. 2 mins after, 3dmark error message is: Display window lost focus.

What is it about? It happend at the end of the first test.

Always at 0-1 FPS.
June 10, 2006 9:46:55 PM

you found your own problem.
gpu is too hot.
psu is failing
your fan cycle was most likely gpu fan failing or lack of power.
June 11, 2006 5:04:58 AM

PSU is failing? What do you mean?
June 11, 2006 5:09:15 AM

your power supply readings for 5 volts reported 3.97
12 volts 11.75
if thats correct reporting software readings its time to replace it.
thats why I asked if you had pc probe 2
June 11, 2006 5:14:14 AM

asus probe 2 wont read my voltages / temps, it gives 0 to all.

My +5 is: 4,97 - 4,99, it changes.

+12 is for HDD, and drives, nothing to do with gfx card.
June 11, 2006 6:13:31 PM

I tried Sis Sandra, when i go to hardware monitor, it give a bunch of error messages about not detecting any temps.

VCore is for CPU right? If it was too low, it wont be @ 2800 MHz.

How much watts does my whole computer uses?
June 11, 2006 6:27:14 PM

Oh my god! I was playing and i saw my GPU temp: 95 celcius!!! Thats mad...

EDIT: im now doing a torture test of mu CPU

20 mins: Champ Valeur

Probe SMSC DME1737 (SMBus 2Eh)
Probe GPU Driver (NV-DRV)

Temps
MB 43 °C (109 °F)
CPU 60 °C (140 °F)
GPU 71 °C (160 °F)
SAMSUNG SP2504C 37 °C (99 °F)

fans
Processor 1767 RPM
Chassis 1525 RPM

voltages
core CPU 0.81 V
+2.5 V 2.49 V
+3.3 V 3.33 V
+5 V 4.97 V
+12 V 11.63 V
VTR 3.32 V
Debug Info F FA 0B DC 0D FF FF FF FF
Debug Info T 00 2A 3C 81
Debug Info V C0 69 C2 BF BA


Ill heat up my CPU later, This mode was: Normal mode.


Tromorow: Heat mode.
June 14, 2006 4:46:21 AM

Quote:
Max speed, heatsink and everything. RPM.


I would look into the retail box.
June 15, 2006 2:54:17 AM

I don't have the CPU box. Anyway, i just found of my GFX card fan is doing weird sound like bearing, you know a helecopter? It does like it.
June 23, 2006 10:23:23 PM

Sorry to hear about your arm maypep_necro !

Can I ask if you (or anyone?) has ANY pictures of the stock Intel Extreme heatsink & fan.

PM me if you're shy!

Thanks, Ray
!