nope, meant the little film on the heatsink. I'm sure you didn't, but every so often you'll find someone who forgot it. p95 though... use v26.6 and you'll see a significantly reduced (and more accurate) load temp
Few thoughts about the CPU...
1. Did you remove the plastic? I'm always surprised...
2. I see you're using Prime 95, so do not use the most recent release. V26.6 is the most recent version that should be used with Haswell/Devil's Canyon. Google haswell and prime95, there is a bunch out there about it.
Nice cable management! Well done!
Short version is buy the parts (cable, connectors, pins, etc) then cut and crimp. Making cables is easy if you have a good crimper. Sleeving takes some practice, but it's well worth. Lots of great resources online!
Slim fans that top out at 1400 rpm. And I've blocked off the back vents. I may play with fan layout/add back fans, but it's not a huge priority. I'm ok with air temps or better and less/no noise.
Part of the "Indecisive"... When I was mostly going to scavenge parts, it would have had a r9 290 and been primarily for 1080p couch gaming... So when I decided to go with a 980 Ti, I'd already purchased the 4690k. I actually have a 4790k in my main computer, though, so if/when I upgrade that, it may find its way over...
Thanks! I just posted it, so maybe... fingers crossed!
Will post more soon
I saw a build on reddit someone named the mistress... if I named my main build that, this is the illegimate child (750D and 250D). So I could call it ******* I guess :P