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My chip will do 5.2ghz on 1.5 volts vcore, and well boosts to just about every other voltage.
on a simple antec 920. I will probably switch out to full custom loop soon with plenty of radiator, when i drop in pile driver.
temps stay below 50c full load. I normally run at 4.7ghz daily just for noise reasons, or 4.9ghz, depends on how hot is it outside. Bulldozer doesn't like temps over 50c and remain stable at least at the higher clocks.

I set mine to 1.5V and it would jump to 1.56V under load at times.
    
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just got a antec 620 kuhler, my question is , are my voltage settings for my ghz to high? i run 4.3ghz, w a vcore of 1.43V

i am getting 64c on prime and it concerns me.
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just got a antec 620 kuhler, my question is , are my voltage settings for my ghz to high? i run 4.3ghz, w a vcore of 1.43V

i am getting 64c on prime and it concerns me.

your voltage is fine, but your temps are not. Get below 60c. On the 620 i would suggest adding a second fan for push pull config, that should drop your temps a good bit.
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kuhler 620 is a pretty good cooler
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your voltage is fine, but your temps are not. Get below 60c. On the 620 i would suggest adding a second fan for push pull config, that should drop your temps a good bit.

i have push pull already. i got a scythe ultra kaze on order. thought maybe the extra power of that fan may make some difference
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and cpuz reports a higher vcore than what i set it at in bios.

bios vcore, 1.41V...under full load cpuz says 1.472V...what setting on LLC should i use?
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and cpuz reports a higher vcore than what i set it at in bios.
bios vcore, 1.41V...under full load cpuz says 1.472V...what setting on LLC should i use?

Mine does the same thing. Not sure if it's a UD3 voltage regulation thing or if it's a Bulldozer thing or if it's a CPU-Z thing...
    
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i have push pull already. i got a scythe ultra kaze on order. thought maybe the extra power of that fan may make some difference

what are your ambient temps? Are you using cool and quiet? (cool and quiet helps a lot to prevent heat soak) IE what are your liquid temps in the (antec control center?)

are you using the stock themal pad/ grease that came with the Antec?

Surely better fans will help, The antec fans are not the greatest, nor the quietest. I would suggest using cpuid hardware monitor, since your using the same motherboard as me, the tmpin1 is you cpu temp, tmpin2 is northbridge (i suggest adding a fan there), and tmpin0 is system temp.


If your using the stock thermal pad, a high quality thermal paste will help lower your cpu temps. However if your liquid temps are above say 45c, then your cpu is going to be running at 45c+

For example on my 920 (thicker radiator) my idle temps are around 38c, which is also the liquid temp with custom cool and quiet (mr phenom's tweaker) full load my liquid temp goes to around 43c. Cpu temp at full load goes to around 50-51c. This is with 1.4 vcore on fx8120@ 4.7ghz. With the Antec unit disable cpu PWM, because it will control your fans automatically (granted they are plugged into the cpu fan header) I have my antec fans programed with the control center Fan ramp up start temp 36c, and full fan speed temp at 45c. This allows my pc to be quiet. I give up alot of idle temp, and full load temp for the sake of quietness. At idle my fans are barely spinning, if i set to extreme then my idle temps drop all the way down to around 30c. Full load temp is around 47c. You can tweak the custom profile to meet your needs, but that is the setting i use.


Biggest way you can effect your cpu cooling or get it cooler is to bring cooler air to the radiator, so a better heat exchange can take place. Better fans and such will only help so much, there is a bigger difference based on the ambient temp being blown across the radiator fins.

Use cpuid hardware monitor, it also monitors voltages. You should not be using LLC unless your experiance voltage drop from your settings in bios at full load. If you are experiencing lower voltage than what you set in your bios, enable llc and start at the low end, until under load your cpu voltage meets the voltage you set in the bios.
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what are your ambient temps? Are you using cool and quiet? (cool and quiet helps a lot to prevent heat soak) IE what are your liquid temps in the (antec control center?)
are you using the stock themal pad/ grease that came with the Antec?
Surely better fans will help, The antec fans are not the greatest, nor the quietest. I would suggest using cpuid hardware monitor, since your using the same motherboard as me, the tmpin1 is you cpu temp, tmpin2 is northbridge (i suggest adding a fan there), and tmpin0 is system temp.
If your using the stock thermal pad, a high quality thermal paste will help lower your cpu temps. However if your liquid temps are above say 45c, then your cpu is going to be running at 45c+
For example on my 920 (thicker radiator) my idle temps are around 38c, which is also the liquid temp with custom cool and quiet (mr phenom's tweaker) full load my liquid temp goes to around 43c. Cpu temp at full load goes to around 50-51c. This is with 1.4 vcore on fx8120@ 4.7ghz. With the Antec unit disable cpu PWM, because it will control your fans automatically (granted they are plugged into the cpu fan header) I have my antec fans programed with the control center Fan ramp up start temp 36c, and full fan speed temp at 45c. This allows my pc to be quiet. I give up alot of idle temp, and full load temp for the sake of quietness. At idle my fans are barely spinning, if i set to extreme then my idle temps drop all the way down to around 30c. Full load temp is around 47c. You can tweak the custom profile to meet your needs, but that is the setting i use.
Biggest way you can effect your cpu cooling or get it cooler is to bring cooler air to the radiator, so a better heat exchange can take place. Better fans and such will only help so much, there is a bigger difference based on the ambient temp being blown across the radiator fins.
Use cpuid hardware monitor, it also monitors voltages. You should not be using LLC unless your experiance voltage drop from your settings in bios at full load. If you are experiencing lower voltage than what you set in your bios, enable llc and start at the low end, until under load your cpu voltage meets the voltage you set in the bios.

its 82f in my room now. i am using arctic mx-4 paste. cool n quiet is off. and what are you talking about antec control center??? i have no software for this cooler
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its 82f in my room now. i am using arctic mx-4 paste. cool n quiet is off. and what are you talking about antec control center??? i have no software for this cooler

i guess the 920 only comes with this software. I am sure you can find it online if you search for chill control, Not sure if it works with only the antec 920 or not, or if it will work with the antec 620 also.

Turn on cool and quiet.

and 82f is quiet a high ambient temp, ie 27c. I bet if you tun on cool and quiet, granted your house has a/c your room temp will drop 2 degrees at the least.
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