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Check my i9 9900K - aida64

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, my aida64 temps hit 100C degrees. Should i be worried ? I didnt apply any overclock. Cpu is 9900K, cooler Dark Rock Pro 4, mini itx Fractal Design Nano. Before while i asked here about my gaming temps (arround 73C) which are supposed to be ok. I guess temps are bad ? Could i try to re-apply thermal paste ? Or change case to something bigger like Fractal Design Meshify C Mini. Thanks a lot 

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105 is T-junction so 100 is too high. increase fan speed if you need to. avoid going above 90

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Try undervolt the CPU. Usually you can reduce the Vcore voltage by about 0.05 - 0.08v while the CPU remain stable. The temp will drop quite a bit after undervolting.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Deli said:

Try undervolt the CPU. Usually you can reduce the Vcore voltage by about 0.05 - 0.08v while the CPU remain stable. The temp will drop quite a bit after undervolting.

thanks for reply,  would it affect performace badly?

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Saksham said:

105 is T-junction so 100 is too high. increase fan speed if you need to. avoid going above 90

i tried re-apply thermal paste and reseated cooler and i get these results is ok now ? thank for reply

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15 minutes ago, name66 said:

thanks for reply,  would it affect performace badly?

 

The CPU will boost normally to 4.7GHz. Unless you reduce the Vcore voltage too much. Try -0.05v first. Stress test it to see if it's stable. You should see a drop of temperature. If it's stable, reduce the Vcore more, like -0.06 and so on.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
21 minutes ago, Deli said:

The CPU will boost normally to 4.7GHz. Unless you reduce the Vcore voltage too much. Try -0.05v first. Stress test it to see if it's stable. You should see a drop of temperature. If it's stable, reduce the Vcore more, like -0.06 and so on.

It improved results :) thanks a lot. Now i will try -0.06 how far should i go ? Until -0.09 or until its stable ?

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16 minutes ago, name66 said:

It improved results :) thanks a lot. Now i will try -0.06 how far should i go ? Until -0.09 or until its stable ?

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Every CPU is different. Typical it is ok to reduce Vcore -0.05 to -0.08v. More than that, the CPU will become unstable. But some chip can go -0.10v or more. You can only find out by trial and error.

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anything below 75 is good, under 60 is excellent (under load)

 

for idle, above 70 is high

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5 minutes ago, Saksham said:

anything below 75 is good, under 60 is excellent (under load)

 

for idle, above 70 is high

Under 60! with an air cooler, not easy.

 

I think mid- 70 is pretty decent for 4.7GHz with a big air cooler.

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5 minutes ago, Deli said:

Under 60!

under 8.321x1081 ?? that seems a tad hot. 

 

lol (60! = 60 factorial)

 

 

in all seriousness though, that's why i said under 60 is excellent. its not easy to acheive, but if you do, that means its working really well. 

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5 hours ago, name66 said:

Hello, my aida64 temps hit 100C degrees. Should i be worried ? I didnt apply any overclock. Cpu is 9900K, cooler Dark Rock Pro 4, mini itx Fractal Design Nano. Before while i asked here about my gaming temps (arround 73C) which are supposed to be ok. I guess temps are bad ? Could i try to re-apply thermal paste ? Or change case to something bigger like Fractal Design Meshify C Mini. Thanks a lot 

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Please use HWinfo64  to show all the info.  Aida64 isn't even showing all of your DTS temps.

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