Hello everybody, I have a issue with my i7 for a while now. The CPU itself is running great and all, but my temps when overclocking are pretty high. I was using a TRUE Black, but switched to a Noctua NH-U12P SE because I thought the HSF was the problem. Unfortunatly I am still getting the same temps. i7 920 C0 @ 3.8Ghz Asus P6T Deluxe Corsair Dominator 3x1GB DDR3 Asus 4870X2 These are my temps with 3.8ghz HT off. 1.225v vCore, 1.85 PLL, 1.25v QPI and 1.64 for the RAM (8-8-8-24-1T). Idle Core 0: 41 Core 1: 40 Core 2: 39 Core 3: 39 Load Core 0: 73 Core 1: 72 Core 2: 72 Core 3: 71 When I turn HT on the temps raise to atleast 80c+ which I think is way too high with these voltages. Everything is very stable when I prime. I just don't know where my problem lies. One thing is for sure, the problem isn't my HSF. I also checked the base of the i7, but it seems flat to me. I also tried to reseat the Noctua a couple of times with different thermal paste or placing it vertical... nothing really helps. The temps with Intel's stock cooler and stock speeds are over 80c aswell. Can it be a problem with the P6T's security lock? I tried removing it for more pressure on the i7, but it's pretty hard without any tools. I just don't know where the problem lies! Anyone can help me figuring it out?