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9700k running hot?

Weric
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Hey guys, I just upgraded to a 9700k, using a Notcua NH-D15S. Now, this thing had no problem keeping my 6800k under 45 when playing stuff like the Witcher 3... but now while playin Witcher 3 I'm up to the 60's.

 

I ran a cinebench multi core test and briefly hit 70 on one or two cores. Does this chip really just run that hot? Or should I start toying around in the UEFI and messing with vcore? If so, what should I do? 

 

Maybe my thermal paste application wasn't great too?

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Those seem like stable temps for stock settings?

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8 minutes ago, Weric said:

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I mean you could try reapplying the thermal paste and all, but these processors indeed will run hotter than your broadwell-e would, they are using technology meant for just 4 cores like Ring Bus which to work with 8 cores now needs a lot of power and balancing every thing has been very complicated.

 

The stock turbo boost is extremely aggressive compared to what it used to be on broadwell days as well.

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70C is nothing to write home about. If you're pushing 90, you have problems. Generally, anything a good margin lower than that is perfectly fine. 

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Just started playing For Honor and my FPS was dropping to 44-50 steadily(vSync on), CPU runnin close to 70C(I did turn power saving mode on though)

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70 is fine. Stock, however, that's unfortunate. I think those chips just run super hot and that doesn't leave you much overclocking room. 

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I just set my AVX negative off-set to 2 and the temps are low 50's.... thats insane

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They need to hurry up and come out with a bios update for these AVX settings throwing higher voltages out there, there's a few forum posts I see people saying they changed the AVX setting and temps noramlized

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It gimps my clocks by almost 400mhz though. Think I'll check my thermal application, but I applied it the same way I've done it for years, unless I wasn't putting enough force down and a lot of air bubbles started forming and messed it up.

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27 minutes ago, Weric said:

It gimps my clocks by almost 400mhz though. Think I'll check my thermal application, but I applied it the same way I've done it for years, unless I wasn't putting enough force down and a lot of air bubbles started forming and messed it up.

put it back to stock. there is nothing wrong with 70c on a CPU

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2 hours ago, Arika S said:

put it back to stock. there is nothing wrong with 70c on a CPU

I understand 70c is a safe temp it just seems a bit high for a stock cpu on an NH D15S running one round of cinebench. Hard to find a lot of user tests on the 9700k, no ones buying it cuz they have 8700ks. So, you would zay 70c on the noctua, stock clocks turbo up to 4.9 is normal? Im not used to hot cpu's honestlt, I went from a 3770k on a noctja U15S whicb was super easy to cool, to the Broadwell 6800k on an NH D15S which was also really easy to cool and NEVER reached even 55C. Heck on cinebench stock clocks it may have hit 42. Just nerve racking to see those tempz when Im used to much lower lol

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2 minutes ago, Weric said:

So, you would zay 70c on the noctua, stock clocks turbo up to 4.9 is normal?

yes.

 

you cannot compare the temperature output of a 3770k or 6800k to a 9700k, they are vastly different architectures, clock speeds and core counts.

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Voltages? I'm kinda curious if Intel still has issues with stock settings drawing bit too much voltage than actually needed.

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Looks like the current setting is 1.048, highest Ive seen it go is 2.48. 

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2 hours ago, Weric said:

2.48

2.48 volts?

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18 hours ago, Weric said:

Woops, 1.248, sorry. 

Ok, thats reasonable. I was thinking it being over 1.27V to 1.34V what has been going on with 7700K and 8700K.

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