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4790k Temps

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Is this normal??

 

vcore at 1.2v

stock 4790k speed 

cooler master seidon 120v cooler

 

blender renders at 76 degrees max 

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Seems about right for that size of rad imo.

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remount it and reapply thermal paste

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It's below the max temp of the CPU, so it's fine. Although I think a thermal paste upgrade might help lower the temps a bit.

 

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Is this normal??

vcore at 1.2v

stock 4790k speed 

cooler master seidon 120v cooler

blender renders at 76 degrees max

Those are reasonable temps a bit high but as said in previous posts on this.

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I'm at 1.19v on a h100i and can hit mid 70s when stressing. Curse Intel and their sloppy thermal paste jobs  :(  

 

Depending on your motherboard the H100i can have an issue with a lack of mounting pressure, which may be the problem you have:

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEBzLQ6qYnc-

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Depending on your motherboard the H100i can have an issue with a lack of mounting pressure, which may be the problem you have:

-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEBzLQ6qYnc-

 

Already tried all these :) Makes no difference unfortunantely, I've just got a hot chip. Tried a Megahalems and 212 Evo as well and they couldn't keep it under 80c. 

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Already tried all these :) Makes no difference unfortunantely, I've just got a hot chip. Tried a Megahalems and 212 Evo as well and they couldn't keep it under 80c. 

 

Hmm that's a bit unfortunate, I've seen 4790K thermal throttle on stock speeds with the stock cooler but that's a bit extreme. 

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Hmm that's a bit unfortunate, I've seen 4790K thermal throttle on stock speeds with the stock cooler but that's a bit extreme. 

added a push pull config and im getting around 72 degrees, also im using arctic mx 4 thermal paste

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added a push pull config and im getting around 72 degrees, also im using arctic mx 4 thermal paste

That's about right adding an extra fan for push pull five around a few degrees of extra cooling.

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