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heres my temps from ibt
https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=83e0c94922dbcf01&resid=83E0C94922DBCF01!475&parid=83E0C94922DBCF01!115&authkey=!AM_iBjEfsgatcFU
its 4500oc . just right click it and view in browser if you dont have office installed.
im still thinking those are a little high, im currently investigating what 4 fans in push pull will do to help. i have the room and frys is open so.....

Those temps do seem a little high imo. i don't have a 100, but i do have the original h50 on my i7 920 rig, and it works like a charm! So i could only assume the h100 is even better... Um, what are your idle temps looking like? what thermal paste did you use?

Im assuming the 30-33c are idle temps? considering its the lowest coretemp logged. those are not bad, but maybe Sin can give some input since he actually has a 2500, maybe they run hotter than i would expect? Im pretty sure on h100 you should be under 60 for sure tho... I would have guessed under 55 to be honest
Edited by {EAC} Shoot em UP - 4/19/12 at 7:03pm
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Those temps do seem a little high imo. i don't have a 100, but i do have the original h50 on my i7 920 rig, and it works like a charm! So i could only assume the h100 is even better... Um, what are your idle temps looking like? what thermal paste did you use?
Im assuming the 30-33c are idle temps? considering its the lowest coretemp logged. those are not bad, but maybe Sin can give some input since he actually has a 2500, maybe they run hotter than i would expect? Im pretty sure on h100 you should be under 60 for sure tho... I would have guessed under 55 to be honest

yeah lowest would be idle temps. lowest core im showing right now is 29c.

i went with IC Diamond 7 for my TIM after i cleaned it with Arcti Clean 2 step thermal material remover. 1 pea sized dot in the middle, push and twist method rather than spread over the surface (which is what IC reccomends).

reading further into it, its looking like 2 more fans might only get me 3 or so degrees. so im wondering if its even worth it.
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yeah lowest would be idle temps. lowest core im showing right now is 29c.
i went with IC Diamond 7 for my TIM after i cleaned it with Arcti Clean 2 step thermal material remover. 1 pea sized dot in the middle, push and twist method rather than spread over the surface (which is what IC reccomends).
reading further into it, its looking like 2 more fans might only get me 3 or so degrees. so im wondering if its even worth it.

Thats how I apply my TIM as well, I always use AC5, but its really all the same to be honest... few C here few C there. But, I did c decent differences with my H50 with push/pull. Also, i saw HUGE differences by increasing my case airflow. I cut out 2 circles in my side panel to put 2 antec tri speed fans in, one blowing right into the CPU area to get sucked out by the rad, and one by the video card to help it cool down. This made massive temp differences, so just make sure your case has decent flow (I have all antec tri-speed's in my case, all on high speed to get air moving!) Im not familiar with your case, but it after a quick google it does look like it can sustain decent airflow. Also, make sure you fans are as high as your comfortable having them, as well as making sure the pump is at its highest possible speed ( i think the h100 u can change the pump speed... i could be mistaken)

After looking around online, it looks like people have similar temps, although some people I saw have a 1.4 Vcore @ 4.7-4.8 with about the same temps. So could be differences in ambient and airflow.
Edited by {EAC} Shoot em UP - 4/19/12 at 7:34pm
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i think i have pretty good airflow.

heres what the build looks like

90705543.jpg

only difference is ive added another intake fan at the bottom behind the power supply.

so currently has 3 120's for intake (front, side, and bottom), 1 for exhaust (back) and 2 exhaust in push mode for the rad.
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Can you guys recommend me a good ram speed to pair with the UD5H please. I'm sold on these G.Skill ripjaws for a few reasons but I'm unsure about what speed to get. reading through the thread it seems 1600 is trouble free and stable but is it worth the extra money to get 1866? If its going to be a hassle to get the board to run 1866 I don't want to bother.
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i have 4 DIMMs with 16GB of Kingston at 2133 stable with a 2600K and minor VCCIo and VCCSA voltage bump and no alteration of the timings. i think what matters is how compatible the memory is. i think the ripjaws will be fine.
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i think i have pretty good airflow.
heres what the build looks like
90705543.jpg
only difference is ive added another intake fan at the bottom behind the power supply.
so currently has 3 120's for intake (front, side, and bottom), 1 for exhaust (back) and 2 exhaust in push mode for the rad.

that looks legit! good setup. Um, yea im really not to sure about the temps, i would think they should be lower, but maybe your chip isn't amazing, or maybe not quite enough thermal paste. only thing is your idle is fine, so it doesn't seem like the paste is an issue. Well, just test for stability at 4.5, if its stable all night, lower volts or up the multi. i wouldn't push it much higher tho because of the heat, but maybe it wont climb by that much. experimentation is the name of the game. I personally would prob back off the volts as much as possible and keep it at 4.5, maybe 4.7 max, but thats just my opinion.
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GA-Z77X-UD5H - F6h

- Improve SandyBridge CPU compatibility
- Improve iGPU compatibility
- Added ability to save 8 BIOS profiles now in BIOS and USB
- Custom names for profiles
- 19.Apr 12

G1.Sniper M3 - F5a
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8d

also out.
Edited by stasio - 4/20/12 at 1:10am
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GA-Z77X-UD5H - F6h
Improve SandyBridge CPU compatibility
Improve iGPU compatibility
G1.Sniper M3 - F5a
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8d
also out.

Sweet! lets c if it fixes any of my issues. haha
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So, for whatever reason, q-flash has decided to stop working and won't let me backup or flash my bios. Im sure I can switch to my second BIOS and get in, but what do I do about this BIOS? Im afraid that if I flash my F5 BIOS to the new one and it doesn't allow G-Flash to work either, I will be stuck. How do i override my second BIOS with my fist, so I can always keep one at F5?
Edited by {EAC} Shoot em UP - 4/19/12 at 11:58pm
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