[CPU and GPU Temperatures] - Clevo P870DM2/P870DM3 (Sager NP9873/NP9872)

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  1. iunlock

    iunlock 9900K @ 5.5GHz

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    Greetings,

    Please copy and paste the format below and post your temperatures as many are curious about the Skylake and Pascal (specifically the GTX 1080 chips) and how they do temp wise in these beasts.

    * Feel free to tweak the post to your liking as the main point and purpose here is, "Organization." We're not noobs here...we get the gist.

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    Machine Brand: Clevo P870DM3
    GPU: 1080SLI

    CPU Thermal Paste: Stock (Ex. ICD) or ______ Thermal Paste?
    GPU Thermal Paste: Stock (Ex. ICD) or ______ Thermal Paste?

    Ambient Temp: ##C

    ---> Run OCCT: (15 minutes minimum.)

    CPU Stock Clocks:
    • CPU Idle Temp: ##C
    • CPU Max Temp: ##C
    • Max Under Volt: ##mv (Core and Cache)

    CPU Over-Clocked:
    • CPU Idle Temp: ##C @ ####MHz
    • CPU Max Temp: ##C @ ####MHz
    • Volt +/-: ##mv (Core and Cache)

    GPU Stock Clocks:
    • GPU [1] Max Temp: ##C
    • GPU [2] Max Temp: ##C or N/A
    ---> Run Cinebench R15, Fire Strike and especially Unigine Heaven:

    GPU Over-Clocked:
    • GPU [1] Max Temp: ##C @ ####MHz
    • GPU [2] Max Temp: ##C @ ####MHz or N/A

    Links / Screenshots / Scores - Benchmark Scores/Validation:


    • HWiNFO64: (Post screen shots showing temps.)
    • FireStrike:
    • TimeSpy:
    • Cinebench R15:
    • OCCT: (30 minutes minimum.)
    • Gaming: (Game, Settings, Duration...)

    Notes:
    Please provide any additional info. that you would like to share. Ex. "I've tried CLLU / GC (Liquid Metal), but the heat sinks seem to be warped so I switched to traditional paste"...etc...

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    Organization is key and I hope this helps others who are seeking this info.

    * If there are any additional categories or info that you would like to see added, please let me know and I'll update the OP.

    Cheers
     
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2016
  2. iunlock

    iunlock 9900K @ 5.5GHz

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    Example: Below are some of the data from HWWingNut.

    Machine Brand: Clevo P870DM3
    GPU: 1080SLI

    CPU Thermal Paste: ICD
    GPU Thermal Paste: ICD

    Stock Clocks:
    CPU Idle Temp: ##C
    CPU Max Temp: 100C
    Max Under Volt: ##mv (Core and Cache)

    Over-Clocked:
    CPU Idle Temp: ##C @ ####MHz
    CPU Max Temp: ##C @ ####MHz
    Volt +/-: ##mv (Core and Cache)

    Stock Clocks:
    GPU 1 Max Temp: 90C
    GPU 2 Max Temp: 83C

    Over-Clocked:
    GPU Max Temp: ##C @ ####MHz

    Links / Screenshots / Scores - Benchmark Scores/Validation:
    3DMark FireStrike: Score (15868) / 18533 (Graphics)
    Cinebench R15:
    OCCT:

    Notes:
     
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    Dr. AMK Living with Hope

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    Very strange, no one wants to share his results, not good at all.
     
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    iunlock 9900K @ 5.5GHz

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    Yea I hear ya. I hope people are not too ashamed to post them. We know the temps are rubbish on the Clevo's, but that's no reason not to post as there have been reports of a lot of tamed temps after a repaste...

    I will be posting some data likely this week for the 775.

    Stay tuned. :D
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Not enough information to make it relevant really. Max temps under what load? Idle temperatures without ambient (for load too).

    Fair temperature comparisons need a consistent (both during the test and between tests) load for about 30-60 minutes to let it even out with a rough idea of room temperature. Average clocks and general performance metrics over this time help too.

    It takes time and effort to do properly so don't be surprised if people don't jump all over it.

    To call owners out as being ashamed is silly.
     
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    iunlock 9900K @ 5.5GHz

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    I disagree.

    It doesn't take rocket science to record max temps. Perhaps you missed it in the OP where I've listed the three apps to use that are specific for taxing the CPU and GPU.

    Ambient temps? - If your ambient temperature is more than your CPU and GPU then one must be on a different planet closer to the Sun. On Earth, we have a small margin of temp ranges where humans live, so putting that much emphasis on not recording max temps is a bit extreme.

    You don't need a science lab, especially when the component that you're testing has a thermal kelvin value that is above the absolute in ambient temperature...ie much greater than the ambient temperature.

    Also to correct you...I've said that, "I hope that people are not ashamed." ..."hope" and "are," are indeed very different.

    Don't worry, people are still going to buy DTR's regardless of the, "out of the box," high temps. That's not going to stop us and for the enthusiasts we look at it as a fun challenge eager to tackle.

    Cheers

    ::iunlock::
     
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  9. Galm

    Galm "Stand By, We're Analyzing The Situation!"

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    It makes a noticeable difference whether your in a 15C room or a 30C room. I've had to be in both for real usage situations so I have absolutely no idea what your talking about here. Some of our users are in Canada and others in deserts. That will clearly make a difference in temps. My old GT60 was affected to the point where a nice cool room would be fine, but a hot room would throttle it. Considering max temps are usually around 80-100C in all normal circumstances a room being 15C hotter than another matters a lot. Your closer to the sun reference makes no sense. Perhaps if the average computer was hitting 10,000C than it wouldn't matter what temp your room is.

    I also think what Meaker is saying (correctly) is that you aren't being specific enough for max temps. Something like "What are your max temps after running Firestrike for an hour" or something would make the results significant because then everyone is reporting the exact same thing. Firestrike will have a different max temp than say Furmark (plz don't run Furmark anyone reading this). Accurate data has to leave as little as possible to chance and you weren't specific enough for what max temps are from.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    My max temps in a single run of firestrike, cinebench or OCCT (for a couple of minutes) are going to look amazing ;) Especially if I take it into work and do it with the air conditioning on max.

    My max temperature with heaven and OCCT running in the background for 30 minutes in my hot enclosed room at home will be quite different.
     
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