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June 19, 2010 5:01:34 AM

Can't find a decent thread about this. I have a freshly installed 1090t with a coolermaster 212 and I am idling at 39c does that sound right? I was expecting to have a much lower temp with this heatsink.

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June 19, 2010 5:05:32 AM

big_mike said:
Can't find a decent thread about this. I have a freshly installed 1090t with a coolermaster 212 and I am idling at 39c does that sound right? I was expecting to have a much lower temp with this heatsink.


I have a 1055T which idles around 33c with stock cooling, but only after I was advised to go into bios and drop the vcore.
I went from 40c idle to 33c idle, so it might be worth checking into.
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June 19, 2010 5:05:54 AM

Whats your room temp? My 955 idles about 10C above ambient with the stock cooler, and generally idle temps dont shift to much with the aftermarket coolers, its load temps where they really shine, run prime95 and see what you get up to.
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June 19, 2010 5:37:25 AM

if windows 7 would load lol... thanks guys I will check out both of these.

ambient is 18 idle is 39 but the thermal paste is about 24 hours old :p 
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June 20, 2010 2:25:52 AM

I dropped cool n quiet and did some tweaking to my airflow through my case.
I also wiggled my heatsink a bit while it was powered down to see if i could distribute the thermal paste a bit better. Seems to have worked.

I am now idling at 23-24c
Ambient is 17c

Coolermaster 212 plus

I can't get it passed 38c even running benchmarks / stress test

Not sure I want to screw with the voltage to the core, did you see any speed drop off by lowering the vcore?
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June 20, 2010 2:40:53 AM

Wow very impressive, i really need to get one for my 955, i hit 62 under full load.

No speed drop from lowering the vcore, your speed will only be affected if you modify the base clock speed or the CPU multiplier, adjusting voltages wont change the speed or performance at all, just dont lower it too far, there is a point where the voltage is too low for it to run stably, at which point just bump it back up another notch or two.
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June 20, 2010 3:28:14 AM

big_mike said:
I dropped cool n quiet and did some tweaking to my airflow through my case.
I also wiggled my heatsink a bit while it was powered down to see if i could distribute the thermal paste a bit better. Seems to have worked.

I am now idling at 23-24c
Ambient is 17c

Coolermaster 212 plus

I can't get it passed 38c even running benchmarks / stress test

Not sure I want to screw with the voltage to the core, did you see any speed drop off by lowering the vcore?


Not for me, no, but my mobo had set my vcore to an unnaturally high number for a stock speed. It was 1.552v at 2.8ghz, :pt1cable: 
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