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Does anyone know the weight of any ivy bridge cpu lid? We, Skylake, users are trying to use different cpu lid to delid our processor with a lighter one. would appreciate the help. Thanks
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Hello Everyone,

I've Msi Z77a Gd-65 board and core i5 3570K. Corsair H110 AIO cooler. I am running at 4.7Ghz with 1.4650 volt. Temps are over 90 degree. How could it be possible with h110 cooler. I am not able to finish AIDA 64 stabilty test. It's stoping when over 100 degree.
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You have to double check your paste - mounting etc, - i have to say mines ran hot also - i am running a 3770K at 4.7 24/7 1.344 Volts

with a antec cooler - UD5 board - my room is always very warm - for a while it was always running hot - then after a year - the cooler wasnt working correctly and had to replace -

they gave me the new model - i keep the stock fans and running on quiet mode - what i decided to do is Delid the CPU and i added

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PE5XAC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00


ever since i did this - it never hits past 70 C - with any stress test - on quiet mode - in a very warm apt. - its been about a year now since i done it and i will never go back to stock paste or any paste - besides this one and will always delid the CPU from now on if i can -

it was my first time doing it - i used the razor blade and it wasnt that bad - worked perfect since -

if your not into taking chances that way - i suggest you have to double check the cooler - if its mounted correctly - paste - etc, and if its even working correctly -

cant complain now - i played around with trying to get 4.8 4.9 and 5.0 - i was able to get 5.0 but not stable - and i have to raise the volts up to about 1.45 i think - even then the temps were fine - it wasnt the heat that was giving me the problem - i am sure it needed more tweaking with the settings etc, - i decided it was too much work to do to get right with too much volts at the same time and not much faster reallly -

so i left it at 4.7 - 1.344volts - 24/7 computer - and very quiet - thats the best part - i got tired of full blast with the fans etc, -
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Originally Posted by expresso View Post

You have to double check your paste - mounting etc, - i have to say mines ran hot also - i am running a 3770K at 4.7 24/7 1.344 Volts

with a antec cooler - UD5 board - my room is always very warm - for a while it was always running hot - then after a year - the cooler wasnt working correctly and had to replace -

they gave me the new model - i keep the stock fans and running on quiet mode - what i decided to do is Delid the CPU and i added

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PE5XAC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00


ever since i did this - it never hits past 70 C - with any stress test - on quiet mode - in a very warm apt. - its been about a year now since i done it and i will never go back to stock paste or any paste - besides this one and will always delid the CPU from now on if i can -

it was my first time doing it - i used the razor blade and it wasnt that bad - worked perfect since -

if your not into taking chances that way - i suggest you have to double check the cooler - if its mounted correctly - paste - etc, and if its even working correctly -

cant complain now - i played around with trying to get 4.8 4.9 and 5.0 - i was able to get 5.0 but not stable - and i have to raise the volts up to about 1.45 i think - even then the temps were fine - it wasnt the heat that was giving me the problem - i am sure it needed more tweaking with the settings etc, - i decided it was too much work to do to get right with too much volts at the same time and not much faster reallly -

so i left it at 4.7 - 1.344volts - 24/7 computer - and very quiet - thats the best part - i got tired of full blast with the fans etc, -
I'm using this Cooler since 2 years. I've tried to mount it correctly many times. This seems like end of the road. Will see untill where it is gonna go thumb.gif
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i know how you feel - its a pain when its running too hot - in my case the cooler was defective - i had it a year and it went bad - wasnt cooling correctly any more

call the company of the cooler and troubleshoot to make sure its cooling correctly first - so you know its working - then move on to try something else - is the case dusty - does it get enough Air flow - are the fans working - clean etc, -

my cooler - wasnt working correctly after a year or so - one of the hoses was cool and the other very hot - i didnt think it was a problem but thats what it was - i had to return my cooler under warranty and got the latest new version which for now works great and quiet -

but the biggest thing that worked for me was the Delid and cool lab paste - after i did that with a new cooler - never hits about 70C - no matter how much prime i run - and thats on the quiet mode with the fans
post #1456 of 1508
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i know how you feel - its a pain when its running too hot - in my case the cooler was defective - i had it a year and it went bad - wasnt cooling correctly any more

call the company of the cooler and troubleshoot to make sure its cooling correctly first - so you know its working - then move on to try something else - is the case dusty - does it get enough Air flow - are the fans working - clean etc, -

my cooler - wasnt working correctly after a year or so - one of the hoses was cool and the other very hot - i didnt think it was a problem but thats what it was - i had to return my cooler under warranty and got the latest new version which for now works great and quiet -

but the biggest thing that worked for me was the Delid and cool lab paste - after i did that with a new cooler - never hits about 70C - no matter how much prime i run - and thats on the quiet mode with the fans

This is my case. Honestly I clean almost everyday. I've tried removing the IHS. But I'll try tomorrow without TIM. I'll see if it works.
Edited by onurbulbul - 10/30/15 at 10:55am
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I'll stop dreaming and go 4.4Ghz.
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looks like my case - Ok so this just started to happen now - ? after how long - or was this always this way from day one ?

i know my 3770k always ran hot - in stock form - in my apt is very warm -- i have mines under my desk off the floor - i have two front fans 120 or 140mm - not sure- pulling air in the case -

i have one side fan 120mm pushing air in the case - and one fan 140mm on top pushing air out of the case - the antec cooler - pushing air out of the case -

i have the fans on quiet - because at first it was driving me crazy all the fan noise - not worth it - so after i delid the chip and added the cooler lab paste - that was it - cool and quiet - at 4.7 1.350 Volts

no problems - if i try to go over 4.7 - which i tried again - has issues - not heat related - i noticed the mouse locks up in the bios - or programs crash - browers etc, - so i just keep it at 4.7 - quiet and fast - cool and no problems this way
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Let's see if it works
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Originally Posted by onurbulbul View Post

Hello Everyone,

I've Msi Z77a Gd-65 board and core i5 3570K. Corsair H110 AIO cooler. I am running at 4.7Ghz with 1.4650 volt. Temps are over 90 degree. How could it be possible with h110 cooler. I am not able to finish AIDA 64 stabilty test. It's stoping when over 100 degree.

Wow, I just saw this. Your temps are so hot because that voltage is crazy high for Ivy Bridge. I dont think I've ever seen anyone recommend that you go over 1.4 volts. Most people draw the line at 1.35 volts for 24/7 usage.

the H110 is a decent cooler, but people with proper custom loops aren' t trying to push that kind of voltage with Ivy outside of benching.

Check out what the author of the guide Sin has to say about voltages in the third post.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

IMo my very person opinion for a very very very long time and so many time of failing, i would say keep under 90C, i am going to extend the usual 80C to 85C as the CPU doesn't seem to put out that much heat at 90C, and most of the issue is due to the thermal issues between the CPu and the IHS, that is the biggest issue IMO. Someone reported that instead of solder Intel used TIM to bridge the gap internally, and that would just be bad.

Keep under 1.3v as best as you can, but if you must 1.35 can be handled and 1.4v i would say max for 24/7.

however I used sandy for about a month before release and saw degradation instantly at over 1.5v, with ivy I used over 1.5 a lot and have seen no degradation over a much longer period of time. The CPu is much more resilient, whether one day it will just die and give up I have no idea, but i would think to say the CPu is damn resilient.

1.35-1.4v MAX For Air/Water
85-90C MAX for Air/'Water

Same for both, but the i5 should run cooler anyways., however it seems that this time with ivy, 3570K vs3770K for extreme guys that difference matters in max clocks i think, you don't see any 6.6-6.9ghz 3570Ks, but you do 3770Ks. However it could also be due to the fact that Intel really binned them this time, as not every CPU clocks so high like with sandy did, almost all would clock to over 5ghz on air, now that doesn't happen so they have to tighten clock margins. .
Don't worry about temp until it starts affecting the performance, it wont heat your room up like a SBe CPu will at those frequencies.

Edited by Slink3Slyde - 10/31/15 at 12:33am
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