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About sloke123

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 7700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus IX Hero
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Ripjaws V 16GB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 980Ti G1 Gaming
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 400R
  • Storage
    2 TB Hard Drive
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750X
  • Display(s)
    Dell IN 2020m, LG 42LA6200
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i
  • Keyboard
    CM STORM Devastator
  • Mouse
    Logitec G402
  • Operating System
    Windows 10Pro

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  1. Halloo guys, I'm very much sorry for my belated reply. It is year ending time, there is a lot of work pressure in my office. Anyway, I bought Cool Laboratory Liquid Ultra, 3D printed delid tool, and Thermaltake Core P5 open air PC Case. I made a cooler bracket also, coz my cooler's tube length is too short. I delided the cpu and apply the CLU in between the CPU Die and IHS. Didn't use ant glue to relid it. Just use the CPU retention bracket that comes with the motherboard.. After a few minutes, I did a stress test and the result was astonishing. I didn't expect that. Here is screenshot of 20 minutes stress test Cpu Temp never went over 75°c. Thank you all for your valuable suggestions.
  2. Unfortunately, it is running at max speed.. 2600 rpm.. Sorry I didn't mention that earlier
  3. I followed your instructions. Here are the result *Manual mode I started with 1.18 volt but it failed. So I gradually increase the voltage. At 1.20 volt, I got a stable system. I did a 20 min stress test and the temps were at around 85~88°c, but one core(core 1) sometimes hit the 92°c. *Offset mode I started with -0.035 and at this value I got a stable system. So I did a 20 min stress test and the temps were at around 85~88°c. None of the cores didn't go beyond 90°c. So what you say? stick to the cpu and delid it for better result or go for RMA? **One thing I forgot to mention, I played games(AC Origins,GTA V) for an hour and the temps didn't go up over 78°c
  4. You are absolutely right, mine is running at 1.232(2~5% load). I guess I got the pretty bad one. I thinking about RMA . Let see, may be this time I'll get the better one.
  5. I really don't know about that.. May be this will help
  6. I did what you said,sir. But it won't fit. Because H80i radiator is thicker (40mm) than H100i v2(30mm) If I try to fit the radiator to the front side radiator mount, it hit the ram. And if I try to mount the radiator to the rear side of the radiator mount, It hit 8pin cpu connector. But after doing a lot of googling and watching tips&tricks, I figured it out that I was trying to mount the radiator by the mounting holes. Thats why I cant mount it properly. So I mount the radiator slightly offset to the holes. And guess what it worked. Though the idle temps are bit high(~42°c) but never goes beyond 88°c I played Assassins's creed origins for hour and the temps never goes above 75°c. Previously it hit 80°c right after the game start. Thank you for the suggestion.
  7. It does not heat while doing basic task. It heats up only while gaming,
  8. ok, I'll try one more time. Thanks for the suggestions
  9. I certainly look into this. I tried that one, but it hit the mobo rear I/O shield and RAM
  10. ok, Thanks for the advice
  11. Would it fit in my old case. Cos I tried to install the cooler on top grill of the case, it hit rear i/o shield and ram
  12. So how do I check the cooler?? any suggestion..
  13. Ok. and is there any other solution, coz in INDIA it will take over a month to replace a cpu
  14. Hi,Recently I have noticed that cpu gets hot while playing games( temps around 80~82°c). I cleaned the fans fans motherboard, cooler and changed the thermal paste but the results were same. My PC specs are 1. Intel Core i7 7700k( @ stock Frequency)2. Corsair H80i3. Asus Maximus IX Hero4. Gskill Ripjaws V 16 GB(2x8 GB) 5. Gigabye GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming 6. Corsair RM750x7. Corsair Carbide 400R8. 5 120mm case fans ( two at front, two at top, one at bottom)I did some test which I like to share-First test was @32°c room temperature, case fans are @ 1200 rpm, Cooler Fans @ 2600 rpm. CPU temp went to 90°c within a minute.Second test was @25°c room temperature with AC on, case fans are @ 1200 rpm, cooler fans @ 2600 rpm.CPU temp reached 86°c after 3 minutes.I did a Prime95(v26.6) test but cpu temp went 90°c immediately, so I had to stop the test. My question is, 1. Should I delid my CPU to get better result?2. Or something wrong with my CPU( It has 2 years warranty left)P.S: My idle temp on first case 32~34°c and second case 29~31°c