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  2. Richard

    I just installed a Noctua NH-D15 on my 5960X. I’ve attempted overclocking, but I can’t seem to get the same temperatures you did. What I’ve done is activate XMP on my memory sticks, therefore giving me a 125MHz BCLK, and then I’ve increased the multiplier to 33 for a 4.125GHz clock speed. I’ve also set my Vcore to offset +.155V, and I get around a 1.095V vcore in CPU-Z. I’ve then run Prime95, but I hit around 85C on the smallFFT tests. When I try to increase the multiplier and voltage to 34 (4.25GHz) and around 1.15V, I quickly go above 90C, and that’s when I stop the Prime95 test. What is your testing methodology to load the CPU in this review?

    • HI, we use Prime 95 too. There could be a bunch of reasons why the temps are not the same, for example your motherboard could be over volting past what you have set (check with a multimeter if you can, rather than the bios/software). Or it could be you have just been unlucky with how well your CPU runs OC and a few reasons in between… for example room temperature. It could even be a combination of all those and more. Really though if you are getting 90c in Prime95 then the chances are under normal situations you wont see the same temps and everything will run absolutely fine.

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