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A 3c rise going from stock to 5.2GHz/1.5v? I dunno about that.
I see an 8c rise on the h100 when going from 3.4 to 5.2. 55c for prime95...add another 10c for IBT /AVX....Those are some good temps this thing is pulling.
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post #12 of 18
Wish they would make the hoses on the h100 able to disconect so you could mount it on the outside of the case.
You would get better temps then having it mounted on the upper part of the case because hot air rises.
post #13 of 18
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Wish they would make the hoses on the h100 able to disconect so you could mount it on the outside of the case.
You would get better temps then having it mounted on the upper part of the case because hot air rises.
Just don't use a case. Problem solved.
post #14 of 18
why did they use the noctura c14 and not the d14?
post #15 of 18
Well, my H100 temps are clearly horrible.

I'm running at 4.6GHz and getting ~70C @ 1.4v.

But my backplate is screwed up and so it's kinda ghetto rigged at the moment, that could be why. Also using ceramique 2 instead of stock TIM.
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A 3c rise going from stock to 5.2GHz/1.5v? I dunno about that.
That poor chip. I never ran my Phenom II at 1.5v let alone a Sandy Bridge. D:

Don't most people manage 5GHz with something like 1.45v on average?
     
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That poor chip. I never ran my Phenom II at 1.5v let alone a Sandy Bridge. D:

Don't most people manage 5GHz with something like 1.45v on average?
I think you would need to be lucky. Asus binned chips and only 10 percent of what they tested could get to 4.8-5.0GHz stable.
post #18 of 18
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Well, my H100 temps are clearly horrible.

I'm running at 4.6GHz and getting ~70C @ 1.4v.

But my backplate is screwed up and so it's kinda ghetto rigged at the moment, that could be why. Also using ceramique 2 instead of stock TIM.
are you using coretemp for measuring temps? there's no way that's what they're using to measure their temps, because those temps they have are just way too good to be a coretemp reading.

Maybe their ambient temps are 22F and not 22C or more likely that something is wrong with their overclock and its throttling, 5.2GHz @ 1.5v should easily cook in the upper 60s if not 70s on these coolers from a coretemp reading, but they're just using something else to measure temps
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