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I'm curious as to whether I've mounted my Corsair H70 correctly or not.

I have my radiator fans exhausting as I don't feel comfortable pushing anymore hot air into my case.

At 4.7ghz at 1.345v, here are the max temperature reading after 20 runs of Intel Burn Test stressing 3000MB of memory.

Core0: 64C
Core1: 71C
Core2: 71C
Core3: 68C

Do these temps look too high? My ambient room temperature is around 26-27C, btw.

What's worrying me is the temperature difference between the first core and the rest of the cores.
post #2 of 6
Its normal (core temp differences), they look pretty good to me. Not the greatest, but probably about where they should be.

Maybe someone with an H70 can chime in, but I think you're gtg
    
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Can you do a favor for me?
Make sure you're either using fixed vcore, OR if not, and if you're using C1E or EIST with offsets, put the computer under a full load first (not required if you're using fixed vcore without eist and c1e), and use realtemp 3.67 and click "disable turbo", which will put the cpu at 3.3 ghz. Then toggle the top right button and tell us what the default VID is.
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That's quite hot. With my 2600K at 4.6GHz 1.3v the max I get is 64c in IBT.
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We don't know if he's using AVX extensions or not.
We also don't know the default 3.4 ghz VID for your CPU or the default VID for his chip. CPU's that have lower VIDs often run hotter.
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Wow, nice temp's.. If i run ITB with my 4.7 clock, I'm hitting 83-86C.. So nice.
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