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Bladerunnerrr

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Feb 25, 2018
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Hello,
I upgrade my mac pro 4.1
2 ssd 1 on a owc PCI card both 512gb
3 hdd (3tb/2tb/500gb)
64gb ram 1333mhz
2 x5690
Xfx 7950 3gb flasht to mac (for bootscreen)
The mac pro is running great but my old cpu,s the x5650 the temps where arround 60 degrees and the x5690 temps are cpu A 40 degrees and cpu b 35 degrees not stresst. Are these normal temps ? Stress cpu A 60 degrees cpu b 55 degrees.
[doublepost=1519583424][/doublepost]The cpu,s are not delidded
 

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itdk92

macrumors 6502a
Nov 14, 2016
504
180
Copenhagen, Denmark
Hello,
I upgrade my mac pro 4.1
2 ssd 1 on a owc PCI card both 512gb
3 hdd (3tb/2tb/500gb)
64gb ram 1333mhz
2 x5690
Xfx 7950 3gb flasht to mac (for bootscreen)
The mac pro is running great but my old cpu,s the x5650 the temps where arround 60 degrees and the x5690 temps are cpu A 40 degrees and cpu b 35 degrees not stresst. Are these normal temps ? Stress cpu A 60 degrees cpu b 55 degrees.
[doublepost=1519583424][/doublepost]The cpu,s are not delidded
Yes nothing to worry

I would speed up the intake and exhaust fans a little, so they idle at about 1100rpm.

Also, make sure you have cleaned the mac after or before performing the operation.
This is vital when running the higher TDP CPUs.

cheers
 

h9826790

macrumors P6
Apr 3, 2014
16,615
8,547
Hong Kong
Hello,
I upgrade my mac pro 4.1
2 ssd 1 on a owc PCI card both 512gb
3 hdd (3tb/2tb/500gb)
64gb ram 1333mhz
2 x5690
Xfx 7950 3gb flasht to mac (for bootscreen)
The mac pro is running great but my old cpu,s the x5650 the temps where arround 60 degrees and the x5690 temps are cpu A 40 degrees and cpu b 35 degrees not stresst. Are these normal temps ? Stress cpu A 60 degrees cpu b 55 degrees.
[doublepost=1519583424][/doublepost]The cpu,s are not delidded

60 and 55 is actually very cool for X5690. And only 20C difference between idle and stress also exceptionally good in the cMP. Are you sure you already stress all 12 cores 24 threads during the test?
 
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