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Delidded i7 8086k high temp

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I'm wanting some help please. My delidded 8086k temperature is hitting 81 degrees C when running cinebench, is this normal. I have re applied conductonaught but only dropped to 77 C

 

Thanks in advance 

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what clocks and voltage, and cooler?

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26 minutes ago, xg32 said:

what clocks and voltage, and cooler?

this^^

 

also how did you apply the liquid metal? did you apply it to the DIE and IHS? also did you reseal with silicon for example?

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We need to know is it overlclocked and what cooler you are using. Otherwise we can't help you in any way. 

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1 hour ago, wildthing said:

this^^

 

also how did you apply the liquid metal? did you apply it to the DIE and IHS? also did you reseal with silicon for example?

5.1 ghz 1.35v it's a deep cool maelstrom 240t AIO. It will be getting replaced as it's cheap and crap. Liquid metal has been applied to the die and underside of the IHS. I am using a copper IHS. Was sealed with silicone. But 2nd time i delid it's not glued this time.

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1 hour ago, Konrad_K said:

We need to know is it overlclocked and what cooler you are using. Otherwise we can't help you in any way. 

5.1 ghz 1.35v it's a deep cool maelstrom 240t AIO. It will be getting replaced as it's cheap and crap. Liquid metal has been applied to the die and underside of the IHS. I am using a copper IHS. Was sealed with silicone. But 2nd time i delid it's not glued this time.

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8 minutes ago, cortina69 said:

5.1 ghz 1.35v it's a deep cool maelstrom 240t AIO. It will be getting replaced as it's cheap and crap. Liquid metal has been applied to the die and underside of the IHS. I am using a copper IHS. Was sealed with silicone. But 2nd time i delid it's not glued this time.

I mean 1.35v is a lot and those temps reflect the OC and the AIO. 

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1 hour ago, Konrad_K said:

I mean 1.35v is a lot and those temps reflect the OC and the AIO. 

Should i try dropping the voltage a little. I am running 5.1ghz what would be best option. The aio is getting replaced with a higher quality one in a couple of weeks 

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Just now, cortina69 said:

Should i try dropping the voltage a little. I am running 5.1ghz what would be best option. The aio is getting replaced with a higher quality one in a couple of weeks 

Try lowering it. When I used to have a water cooler I ran my 8600K at 5GHz at 1.25v so I'd say try 1.3v. 

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11 hours ago, Konrad_K said:

Try lowering it. When I used to have a water cooler I ran my 8600K at 5GHz at 1.25v so I'd say try 1.3v. 

I'll give that a go, cheers

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12 hours ago, Konrad_K said:

Try lowering it. When I used to have a water cooler I ran my 8600K at 5GHz at 1.25v so I'd say try 1.3v. 

Dropped the voltage to 1.3v from 1.35v. 5.1ghz stable. Cinebench it still hitting 77 degrees C. The ambient temperature is 35 degrees C as its a very hot day. No aircon sadly. I have taken the side panel off as that helps with temps.

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12 hours ago, Konrad_K said:

Try lowering it. When I used to have a water cooler I ran my 8600K at 5GHz at 1.25v so I'd say try 1.3v. 

Another thing I've noticed. I can't hear the pump at all.

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On 12/1/2018 at 11:14 PM, Konrad_K said:

Try lowering it. When I used to have a water cooler I ran my 8600K at 5GHz at 1.25v so I'd say try 1.3v. 

Now running 1.3v at 5.1ghz. I changed the 3 pin pump header to a different header on the motherboard and I can now feel the pump working. I never used to be able to feel it working. Because I've ran the aio without the pump for 6 months will it hurt it now. Temps have stabilized at 67 degrees C running cinebench. Ambient temps have been in the mid 30s as it's hot here. But i think it's all sorted, cheers

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