4.0 GHz Oc on air. Temps reach 55 celsius....

Currently using the coolermaster v8... I've read that you don't want to exceed 55 celsius so i set coretemp to turn off my pc when it gets that hot. I really want that golden 4.0....

Keep in mind this is just a simple bus/vcore/multiplier overclock. I'm not comfortable making an attempt at the other more complicated method seeing as how I know nothing about all the other mumbo jumbo. I only ran p95 for about 25 minutes before coretemp shut my pc down (blend test) Is there anyway I can achieve the same clock with a lower voltage therefore decreasing temps? If not, please suggest a new cooling option. Watercooling I prefer to avoid considering I know nothing about it. I suppose I could consider the H100 from corsair, but i'm really more interested in the nh-d14, but not unless it's going to provide a substantial temp decrease.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2266139

Ram G.skil Ares 8gb
CPU 1090T.
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  1. Uh ok...? 55C isn't that high. After a 7 hour OCCT Run my 212 Evo with push pull with both fans set at 1 through asrock's extreme tuner my 2600k @4.5ghz reaches 56,57,58,59. Once you go above say 65 you should be worried.
  2. amuffin said:
    Uh ok...? 55C isn't that high. After a 7 hour OCCT Run my 212 Evo with push pull with both fans set at 1 through asrock's extreme tuner my 2600k @4.5ghz reaches 56,57,58,59. Once you go above say 65 you should be worried.


    Read in a guide for overclocking 1090t's that 55 celcius should be the limit... So I had just assumed not to exceed that temperature o.O Was I wrong to do so?
  3. amuffin said:

    Is that core or cpu?
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