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Temps are normal and perfectly fine.

 

2 hours ago, jaslion said:

A nhd15 can barely cool a 13900k let alone a nhu12s.

 

Get a better cooler as as of right now its basically thermal throthlling.

No, it's not. The 13900k operating temp is up to 100c.

The NH-U12A is better than the NH-U12S and not far off from the NH-D15.

I have a 13900k cooled by a NH-U12a in a fractal torrent and I am getting to 95 degrees whenever I use cinebench. I re applied my thermal paste and nothing changed. It gets up to 70 sometimes while using easy tasks like chrome. I turned off multi core enchantment and under volted it -.075 but still is pretty hot.Is this normal for a 13900k or will it damage my cpu?

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Yeah you are trying to cool one of the hottest chips on the market with a cooler with a tdp rating well under what is required to cool the cpu. You will need a much better cooler if you want to properly cool your cpu. 

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8 minutes ago, Ndogg said:

I have a 13900k cooled by a NH-U12a in a fractal torrent and I am getting to 95 degrees whenever I use cinebench. I re applied my thermal paste and nothing changed. It gets up to 70 sometimes while using easy tasks like chrome. I turned off multi core enchantment and under volted it -.075 but still is pretty hot.Is this normal for a 13900k or will it damage my cpu?

you need a better cooler. I use a U12A with a thermal grizzly contact frame for the CPU and it manages to cool a 12700KF with not much headroom to spare. Not something that can handle a 13900K.

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Noctuas website says it should work for overclocking. Sadly I can’t get a dh15 because my ram is too tall. 

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5 minutes ago, Ndogg said:

Noctuas website says it should work for overclocking. Sadly I can’t get a dh15 because my ram is too tall. 

Noctua has a tdp rating but their tdp rating, intels, nvdias, amds,... are all different. Dont believe claims on a site from the manufacturer look at reviews.

 

Its been tested and a nhd15 at max fan speed in a good airflow case can keep a stock 13900k between 90-95c.

 

What ram do you have?

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Unless you power limit and/or undervolt, that cooler will not be sufficient for that powerful of a chip.

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1 minute ago, jaslion said:

Noctua has a tdp rating but their tdp rating, intels, nvdias, amds,... are all different. Dont believe claims on a site from the manufacturer look at reviews.

Noctua doesn't have a TDP rating, they go into great detail why cooler TDP ratings don't work, in fact. 

 

https://noctua.at/en/noctua-standardised-performance-rating

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6 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Noctua has a tdp rating but their tdp rating, intels, nvdias, amds,... are all different. Dont believe claims on a site from the manufacturer look at reviews.

 

Its been tested and a nhd15 at max fan speed in a good airflow case can keep a stock 13900k between 90-95c.

 

What ram do you have?

I have 64gb of Corsair dominator platinum ddr5 at 5200mhz

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Welp, guess the desire for looks will require you to go liquid if you want good cooling 😄 

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Temps are normal and perfectly fine.

 

2 hours ago, jaslion said:

A nhd15 can barely cool a 13900k let alone a nhu12s.

 

Get a better cooler as as of right now its basically thermal throthlling.

No, it's not. The 13900k operating temp is up to 100c.

The NH-U12A is better than the NH-U12S and not far off from the NH-D15.

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1 hour ago, WoodenMarker said:

Temps are normal and perfectly fine.

 

No, it's not. The 13900k operating temp is up to 100c.

The NH-U12A is better than the NH-U12S and not far off from the NH-D15.

So those temps should not damage the cpu?

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37 minutes ago, Ndogg said:

So those temps should not damage the cpu?

No, temps are fine.

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1 hour ago, Ndogg said:

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the u12a can handle 135-150w at most and the d15 should be about 175-200w at most, the 13900k is a 320w chip, you'll need a temp or power limit or a new cooler. 95C is within spec but it will be thermal throttled.

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8 hours ago, xg32 said:

95C is within spec but it will be thermal throttled

Thermal throttling does not start until a core reaches 100°C. There is no throttling at 95°C or even at 99°C. 

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