Correctly vs Not Correctly Installed Heatsink


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Hi ,I just wanted to show you , my personal experience with a not
correctly installed CPU Fan, Both test were made using the CPU test
suite of PCMark05 and I read the temperatures with SpeedFan 4.32 , My
processor is a Core 2 Duo E6600 with stock heat sink in a Gigabyte
965P-DS3 board.
I didn't use a more reliable stress test because
probably I'd had fried my CPU :S
With the heat sink incorrectly
installed:
1 hour after with the heat sink correctly
installed:
Learn from my experience if you are going to build
your PC for first time ,make sure you install properly your heat sink
or you can degrade your CPU fo
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Having a few problems with the core 2 duo E6600 system I've just
built.
I don't think the cpu cooler is seated correctly, as my
overclocking utility shows the cpu to be at 64 degrees C, and the
heatsink is slightly loose to touch. Any advice, similar problems?
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Hi ,I just wanted to show you , my personal experience with a not
correctly installed CPU Fan, Both test were made using the CPU test
suite of PCMark05 and I read the temperatures with SpeedFan 4.32 , My
processor is a Core 2 Duo E6600 with stock heat sink in a Gigabyte
965P-DS3 board.
I didn't use a more reliable stress test because
probably I'd had fried my CPU :S
With the heat sink incorrectly
installed:
1 hour after with the heat sink correctly
installed:
Learn from my experience if you are going to build
your PC for first time ,make sure you install properly your heat sink
or you can degrade your CPU fo
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Hi,
I tried searching the forums but didn't see anyone else that
had this issue, so I hope this isn't a duplicate. I am attempting my
first build, and have a retail core 2 duo with the included
heatsink/fan. I followed the directions to mount it to the
motherboard (evga nforce 630i matx). Strangely, only three of the
plastic mounting screws seem totally secure. One is still connected
but slightly loose (it giggles a little). I disconnected it and
reseated it, this time putting down the one that was loose first.
This connected fine. The last one (now the opposite corner) connected
slightly loose. I believe that I installed the processor correctly (I
would hope so, other
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I just installed the vendetta2 using thermalrights bolt-thru-kit. I
feel like they werent install correctly though.
Speedstep
enabled on my q6600 at 2.4Ghz. On 0-2% load I get 36C, 36C, 28C, 30C
on the 4 cores respectivley. This shown on 'Core Temp 0.99.3'
I
was expecting 20ish deg. C.
They seem and felt bolted in. I
even checked the bottom to see if they got through. Applied OCZ
Freeze after cleaning with 70% Rubbing Alcohol. Tried both the grain
of rice and three strips application. Right now Im using Three
strips. Better than the 'grain of rice' method.
Is this normal
or should it be better?
A
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