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Is this suppose to happen?

So after 2 weeks of fucking up my PC and buying another i9 I got it put together. It looks good so far and should do fine but 2 things concern me.  I have a kraken x62. I did limited stress test on non overclocked but it seemed to work however I didnt look at the temperature.  When oc and doing stress test it hits 90c then blue screens. The shitty software it comes with needs to stress you CPU so it can adjust your fan but I can't since it will just crash..... so is that suppose to happen? Crash at 90c while oc? And for the cooler it doesn't seem to really get it any cooler. I turned it on full blast and still hit 90.

CPU: i9 9900K////GPU: gtx 2080 Ti////RAM: 32gB DDR4 3000mhz ////MOBO: rog z390 e gaming////MONITORS: 3 LG 38" 3840x1600 WIDESCREEN MONITORS

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No, you did something wrong.

 

Remount your cooler correctly. Even OCed (unless you have the voltage up at 1.4V) you shouldn't hit 90C with a 240mm rad. Is your pump running?

 

EDIT: Or yes, your OC isn't stable. 

 

And if it's hitting 90C with everything operating correctly, you're pushing it too hard. 

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Gamers Nexus using X62 (max speed pump and fan) on a 1.34V 9900k reached 65C above ambient, so 90C doesnt seem too far off.

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2 minutes ago, corrado33 said:

No, you did something wrong.

 

Remount your cooler correctly. Even OCed (unless you have the voltage up at 1.4V) you shouldn't hit 90C with a 240mm rad. Is your pump running?

i9 chips run hotter than previous chips because the silicon is physically thicker.  Most review samples I have seen were into the 90s without much extra voltage.

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5 minutes ago, KarathKasun said:

i9 chips run hotter than previous chips because the silicon is physically thicker.  Most review samples I have seen were into the 90s without much extra voltage.

Really? That's shitty. :) Good info regardless. 

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10 minutes ago, KarathKasun said:

Your OC isnt stable.

I think I picked auto or AI optimized

CPU: i9 9900K////GPU: gtx 2080 Ti////RAM: 32gB DDR4 3000mhz ////MOBO: rog z390 e gaming////MONITORS: 3 LG 38" 3840x1600 WIDESCREEN MONITORS

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11 hours ago, KarathKasun said:

Its not stable and those options are cancer, never use them.

Well I sisnt have time to look but when I think I just went to rog bios and hit the "5ghz default profile" so should I just so that but turn the voltage up?

CPU: i9 9900K////GPU: gtx 2080 Ti////RAM: 32gB DDR4 3000mhz ////MOBO: rog z390 e gaming////MONITORS: 3 LG 38" 3840x1600 WIDESCREEN MONITORS

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3 hours ago, Trump2020 said:

Well I sisnt have time to look but when I think I just went to rog bios and hit the "5ghz default profile" so should I just so that but turn the voltage up?

You should not use ANY of those settings to be honest.  Every individual CPU is slightly different and will require different tweaks to different settings.

 

If you are already hitting 90c, more voltage is NOT the answer.  You either need to de-lid or reduce clocks/voltage.  i9-9900k does not clock as high as the i7-8700k or i7-7700k without serious CPU modification, its just a result of what intel changed in the design.

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Make sure your AIO is seated correctly as well.  My space heater FX 8350 with a 240 AIO stays a cool 55c at 100% utilization for an hour.

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29 minutes ago, KarathKasun said:

You should not use ANY of those settings to be honest.  Every individual CPU is slightly different and will require different tweaks to different settings.

 

If you are already hitting 90c, more voltage is NOT the answer.  You either need to de-lid or reduce clocks/voltage.  i9-9900k does not clock as high as the i7-8700k or i7-7700k without serious CPU modification, its just a result of what intel changed in the design.

So I messed with it more. It got to 5000 and I ran a stress test it goes up in temp to like 70 something then drops because the  clock speed drops to like 4300

CPU: i9 9900K////GPU: gtx 2080 Ti////RAM: 32gB DDR4 3000mhz ////MOBO: rog z390 e gaming////MONITORS: 3 LG 38" 3840x1600 WIDESCREEN MONITORS

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1 hour ago, Trump2020 said:

So I messed with it more. It got to 5000 and I ran a stress test it goes up in temp to like 70 something then drops because the  clock speed drops to like 4300

That is likely the turbo time limit being reached, this is something that you should be able to tweak in the BIOS or with the XTU program.

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12 minutes ago, KarathKasun said:

That is likely the turbo time limit being reached, this is something that you should be able to tweak in the BIOS or with the XTU program.

So trying to keep it at 5000 isn't working.... looked at a thorough video of how to do it and still nothing. Tried 4 cores at 50 4 at 47 and in windows it lists it as 4700 overall only and CPU z says they are all 4700. So I give up

CPU: i9 9900K////GPU: gtx 2080 Ti////RAM: 32gB DDR4 3000mhz ////MOBO: rog z390 e gaming////MONITORS: 3 LG 38" 3840x1600 WIDESCREEN MONITORS

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