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Picked up a i7-3770k at a microcenter on my way out of the states three days ago ^^; just need to find time to go home and finish building 3 computers. I'm thinking Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H for this one though. Based on the box it's a Costa Rica batch# 3223B457. Probably won't get a chance till August 1st.
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I feel like I'm running way to hot with this cooler. During gaming i never go above 58c though.

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I feel like I'm running way to hot with this cooler. During gaming i never go above 58c though.

Batch # is L214B903
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I feel like I'm running way to hot with this cooler. During gaming i never go above 58c though.


That looks about right. Your vcore is fairly high and IB runs really hot for the voltage. Try to reseat and tighten the screws more, but other than that, there is nothing else you can do. IB does run hot.
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You don't have to filter the Event Viewer System log view to see WHEA errors. Just click on Custom Views - Administrative Events.

Yep, those temps look about right, and if you want to scare yourself, you should run a few loops of IBT too... That said, if you still never touch 95oC+, and never see a WHEA error with 47x@1.32v, you can be glad you have a really good 3570K. But WHEA errors might come out when playing games or watching videos, and not necessarily while priming.
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Can someone explain what a WHEA error is?
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You don't have to filter the Event Viewer System log view to see WHEA errors. Just click on Custom Views - Administrative Events.
Yep, those temps look about right, and if you want to scare yourself, you should run a few loops of IBT too... That said, if you still never touch 95oC+, and never see a WHEA error with 47x@1.32v, you can be glad you have a really good 3570K. But WHEA errors might come out when playing games or watching videos, and not necessarily while priming.
Oh thats awesome. And I just finished playing BF3 for 3 hours and still no whea errors smile.gif I guess I'm good to go.
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Can someone explain what a WHEA error is?
did you try searching this thread, or google, or the forum? im pretty sure i explained this like 10x already...
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did you try searching this thread, or google, or the forum? im pretty sure i explained this like 10x already...

Your avatar matches what you just said..it's hilarious.
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wow, 12hr, 17hr, 24hr, 36hr Prime95 runs? I have no patience for that stress tester ... for the cost of higher under load temps, I usually stick to updated LinX 0.6.4 and use it in ALL memory mode for 2-3 hours for thorough stress testing ... for a quick round (CPU testing only) I use 1GB of RAM which makes the passes fly by in half a minute each or so, for 30 rounds ... I get no WHEA errors.

however, I am running EVGA board with 3770K with no voltage offset control in BIOS, so currently using vdroop disabled (100% LLC, overshooting I know). will be playing with less vdroop in a few days to optimize the under load temps.

I don't have a qualifying test & screen shot done, but seems like LinX proves me stable (no WHEA either and I run the system 24/7) at daily 4.7GHz with 1.30v vcore and memory running 2133MHz (4x4GB). max temps under LinX around 87C (26C ambient room temp).
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