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Old 10-13-2009, 09:41 AM
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Default Intel Q9300 too high temps!

Hello everybody, i just looked at the UD3P videos, very helpful!! But i was surprised about the Q9550 temps even OCled!!

I followed that video guide, but i dont know why my temps are SO HIGH!!!

I checked the heatsink, (intel stock), and the artic silver 5, and both are ok!

Without OC, my temps are 56-62 IDLE!!! ...28 C room temp!

with OC, my temps rounds 65-68 IDLE... and into LOAD reach 75-82 C...

Arent these too high?? Nox, How do you get those very low temps in your Q9450? Could you help me? Do you use stock Intel HS, or any other???

THanks in advance!

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Old 10-13-2009, 02:33 PM
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Hello everybody, i just looked at the UD3P videos, very helpful!! But i was surprised about the Q9550 temps even OCled!!

I followed that video guide, but i dont know why my temps are SO HIGH!!!

I checked the heatsink, (intel stock), and the artic silver 5, and both are ok!

Without OC, my temps are 56-62 IDLE!!! ...28 C room temp!

with OC, my temps rounds 65-68 IDLE... and into LOAD reach 75-82 C...

Arent these too high?? Nox, How do you get those very low temps in your Q9450? Could you help me? Do you use stock Intel HS, or any other???

THanks in advance!
Those seem a bit high even for the stock Intel cooler, but it's within the realm of possibility because the intel HSFs aren't exactly high on the quality control.

I use a Thermalright TRUE 120 currently, but before I used a Tuniq Tower 120.

There are several lower cost (around $20 - $30) options that are great for overclockers though. I'm currently really busy but tonight or tomorrow morning I'll try and do some research on a couple of good low cost options for you.
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Old 10-13-2009, 02:45 PM
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Thankxxx Nox,.. I new your temps got something else than Intel HSF behind them! hahahaha

You're very friendly and kind as always! Thanks a lot for that info...
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Old 10-13-2009, 06:21 PM
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Artic cooling Freezer Pro 7

is what I'm using, I modded mine but the temps we fine with the original fan.
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Artic cooling Freezer Pro 7

is what I'm using, I modded mine but the temps we fine with the original fan.

It was on the cheap side, wasn't it? like $25 or so if I remember correctly....
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Yeah, when I left the PC industry Arctic Cooling was just getting started and they appear to have been getting better and better. Wouldn't mind some of their stuff in my own system ...

We used the stock HSF on all of our whitebox systems, because we used the retail box CPUs. We didn't want to take any chances with the Intel warranty ... I know it's unlikely that they'd actually resort to analyzing the thermal material used between the CPU and heatsink, but you never know. If buyer specifically requested that we use OEM components, then we threw in a beastly cooler. We started using Zalman equipment about a month before I left, and believe me, those things did a hell of a lot better on the Pentium 4 Es than the stocker did.

Basically, the stocker is the result of bean counter analysis, much like the wiring inside the dashboard of my previous vehicle ... it's just enough to get the job done without resulting in any major problems, but people who know what they're doing find it to be inadequate.
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Yeah, when I left the PC industry Arctic Cooling was just getting started and they appear to have been getting better and better. Wouldn't mind some of their stuff in my own system ...
Yeah, they really hit their stride when they came out with the Accelero S1 cooler for the GPU side of things. I think I still have mine somewhere in a box because I couldn't bear to get rid of it.

Actually wait, it's on my little brother's 9600GT which I promptly overclocked the hell out of. Even overclocked out the ass it still runs a cool 48C under load.
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It was on the cheap side, wasn't it? like $25 or so if I remember correctly....
At the time I bought it. yes, since they've had a revision.


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I didn't know they came out with a revision, i still like the first one more.
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