[SOLVED] 8086k overclock high temps in arnold render

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Dear all,

I noticed some high temps on my 8086k(basic oc 5ghz all cores) when using arnold render in cinema 4d(100% cpu load when rendering). Its a multi threaded cpu renderer(all 12threads used), dont know if its the same logic as cinebech.

Anyway before overclocking (the boost was like to 4.7ghz), when arnold is in use(100% cpu load), the temps were below 80. After a basic overclock i watch on youtube, when arnold is in use, temps are 85+ sometimes 90+ after 3 or 4hours of render but never 100. I can hear my x72 and running full speed. Fans are in performance mode

Here are my specs
Msi carbon z390
8086k
Rtx 2080
Evga 850w
Nxzt x72
2xnvme ssd 500
32gig ddr4 3000
Xmp profile on

OC TEMPS
Idle: 32 -36
Single core app (after effects, touch designer, cinema 4d: 60-70
Arnold render c4d(100% cpu use 12threads): 85+

For my purpose, if these temps are normal for what am doing, my question is, can i run my cpu full load at 85+ for 4days non stop render ? I got an incoming project i fear i might damage the cpu.
PS didn't play any games on it yet.

Anyway people, thats it. If any of you can advise me on that would be very apreciated.

Cheers
 

vMax

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Those temps are about right for your 5GHz overclock and you have 2 options, one to lower the overclock as I personally would not want a 4 day run at over 85 degrees C though it is well within speck and option 2, delidding your 8086K....

I finally took the delidding plunge on my 8700K and it was much easier than I thought it would be completing everything in just 30 minutes...I dropped a full 18 degrees C in temps...I also use a 360mm AIO in the Corsair H150i Pro...
 
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Quite a mission that delidding thing mate. But i'll choose to lower the clock :) thanks

 

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No problems at all just something to think about in the future.....Having looked a bit more your temps for 5GHz are actually quiet good for a non delidded CPU but it is at it's limit, so a slight down clock is the better option...
 

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