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Thats a bit too high for an overclock of 4ghz.
I run it at 4.6GHz at 1.32Vcore and only get 60C max under prime blend test using the same cooler.

Try lowering it to 1.27-1.25, or as low as you can.

Also, how many fans do you have on it? And what fans are you using?

I currently have the voltage on Auto as i didnt want to put it to high. Ill try doing it manually.

i have one fan on it and its the fan i got with the cooler.


What happens if the voltage is to low for how much ive multiplied it by?
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post #12 of 22
I'm running an i5 2500k and Hyper 212+ as well, running at 4.5GHz full time. 1.36-1.38V

Max 73 deg Celsius when testing in prime 95 blend
about 40-60 degrees in Crysis.

I wouldn't worry too much so long as you don't go over 75-80 degrees. I dont think its out of the ordinary...

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post #13 of 22
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I currently have the voltage on Auto as i didnt want to put it to high. Ill try doing it manually.

i have one fan on it and its the fan i got with the cooler.


What happens if the voltage is to low for how much ive multiplied it by?
Auto always gives it a bit too much voltage.
If the voltage is too low then you wont be able to boot into windows, so just go into the bios and up it a little.

Might try changing the vdroop to maximum as well.
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post #14 of 22
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Alright ill try what you said.

What does the Vdroop do?

So as long as it doesnt go over 70 i dont have much to worry about in terms of it over heating and breaking.
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post #15 of 22
Vdroop changes the voltage slightly according to load.
I put my vdroop as far as it can go, but you can leave it on auto, I would if you are OCing for the first time.

Also what about the fans on the heatsink?
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post #16 of 22
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Okay thanks.

Yeah ill leave it on Auto for now untill ive learned abit more.

The fan was the fan i got with the heatsink. Blowing the heat straight out of the Case and not going over anything else.
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post #17 of 22
Thats your problem solved, get 2 better fans on the heatsink in push and pull and you will see much better temps.
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post #18 of 22
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Thats your problem solved, get 2 better fans on the heatsink in push and pull and you will see much better temps.
Ah thanks.

Which ones would you recommend for me to get?
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post #19 of 22
Gentle Typhoons 1850 (aka AP-15) seem to be the best all rounder.
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post #20 of 22
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Thanks will try it!
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