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Just disable smart fan in the bios and see if that is the case, because the fans might go off different temp sensors.

also 1.335 vis a lot for 4.4ghz
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post #472 of 6656
I'm still running the NH-D14 until my H100 gets here, but I'm running both (pwm) fans off the cpu fan header with no problems, fans ramp up same as did for Z68 mobo, between 1250-1265 rpms. The other fan headers seem to work ok for me, although of course System fan 4 is full juice all the time, I run my 200mm front fan on it. Still these fan headers can seem to be slow to ramp up. I've got the NH-D14 running manual with 2.50 pwm and it's a good compromise between Normal & Disabled (wide open) and seems to ramp up quicker.
Fans 1-3 I run normal unless stress testing then disable to get my rear fan to run wide open.

BTW, Gigabyte said the board (UD5H at least) is 1A on the fan headers.
post #473 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Fortuneke View Post

you could even get 1300 out of it and wouldnt even sound loud tbh
try lowering the vcore even
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Just disable smart fan in the bios and see if that is the case, because the fans might go off different temp sensors.
also 1.335 vis a lot for 4.4ghz

I personally try to keep any fan in my rig below 1000RPM, otherwise it's quite noticeable for me. I agree with both of you on the CPU voltage being high, but dropping it to anything below 1.335V (even just 1.325V) yields a BSOD after two hours of Prime95. This is where I'm at right now:

624

Certainly not ideal, but it works and it's not hitting 90°C after 5+ hours. Yeah it's close... but realistically speaking not something I'd ever hit while gaming/rendering. Now I've got an un-opened 3770K next to me from Micro Center and I'm debating whether it's even worth installing since the thermals on IB seem to explode past 4.5-4.6GHz at 1.2V±.
post #474 of 6656
Considering you have an IB on your desk I say clock that 2600k to infinity and beyond thumb.gif
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you could even get 1300 out of it and wouldnt even sound loud tbh
try lowering the vcore even
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

Just disable smart fan in the bios and see if that is the case, because the fans might go off different temp sensors.
also 1.335 vis a lot for 4.4ghz

I personally try to keep any fan in my rig below 1000RPM, otherwise it's quite noticeable for me. I agree with both of you on the CPU voltage being high, but dropping it to anything below 1.335V (even just 1.325V) yields a BSOD after two hours of Prime95. This is where I'm at right now:

624

Certainly not ideal, but it works and it's not hitting 90°C after 5+ hours. Yeah it's close... but realistically speaking not something I'd ever hit while gaming/rendering. Now I've got an un-opened 3770K next to me from Micro Center and I'm debating whether it's even worth installing since the thermals on IB seem to explode past 4.5-4.6GHz at 1.2V±.

I tossed a 2500k in my HAF 912 w/ a Hyper 212 Evo and a fan (not the one it came with) set to like 800rpm. It's completely silent and hits 79c on highest core after 20 runs IBT with 4.5ghz 1.35v, 1.15vtt, 1.145IMC.

The HAF912 has two 200mm fans running on medium/low speed, so entire system is pretty much silent. Your temps seem a little high with a noctua w/ two fans attached to it and me only running a 212 Evo, but HT does add another 6-10c.

If you want to improve on fan noise, buy some of these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835610006
post #476 of 6656
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I am finding HWMonitor reporting perfectly believable temperatures, although the version I have got seems to have a lot of other issues!

Just disable Smart sensors (totally) if you got skipping/lag issues.
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The freeze also occurs at random, sometimes at load, sometimes while just browsing the web. It doesn't occur while doing 20 runs of IBT so it seems even less likely to be a PSU issue.

Chek out your SSD/RST drivers.
Edited by psyside - 4/30/12 at 11:02pm
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Is there no offset cpu voltage setting on this board. I'm familiar with the DVID but you can only use it by setting the cpu voltage to "normal" and then adding a positive DVID to it.

Essentially I want to overclock and also allow the cpu to scale down voltage when idle. From reading around it seems that other boards have a cpu voltage offset feature that lets you set a max voltage and set a negative offset for it to scale down.
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I'm expecting to pick up the UD5H this week and start putting together my new 3570k system. At what point should I update the bios? Before installing windows? After updating Windows? Does it matter?
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post #479 of 6656
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I'm expecting to pick up the UD5H this week and start putting together my new 3570k system. At what point should I update the bios? Before installing windows? After updating Windows? Does it matter?

i updated the bios right away just made sure all my hardware was showing up first
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i updated the bios right away just made sure all my hardware was showing up first
Makes sense to me, I'll do the same.
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