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Well I live in Arizona, and although i crank up the A/C at times.. it can still be pretty warm at at times,, I've re-seated and re-applied Artic Silver 5 a second time, maybe these are the temps I'll have to live with considering the region I live in, I'm starting to have doubts about this CM Hyper n520 though.

What is the default stock settings temp on load?
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I've been visiting a few forums and seems the 3570k chips can't OC as high as the 3770k chips.

the average people get is 4.4-4.6ghz on 3570k with about 1.3~v
on the other hand getting 4.6-4.8ghz on 3770k with about 1.3~v seems average too.

Look at the bright side at least you didn't spend the extra $100 and get a 4.2ghz chip
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On stock settings I'm hitting high 70's just edging out to the 80's,, at idle 38-43 degrees.. -_- a lot of "***" moments with these temps so far, lol
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On stock settings I'm hitting high 70's just edging out to the 80's,, at idle 38-43 degrees.. -_- a lot of "***" moments with these temps so far, lol

I think hot ambient temps have a bigger impact on Idle temps then load temps. Even still at stock those temps are high at load. Do you have a different cooler you could test?
Have you tried testing with the case open and a fan blowing on it (like a box fan)?
It might be an issue with the cooler you are using.
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Ambient temperature affects cooling at all times, not just at idle.

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Well I live in Arizona, and although i crank up the A/C at times.. it can still be pretty warm at at times,, I've re-seated and re-applied Artic Silver 5 a second time, maybe these are the temps I'll have to live with considering the region I live in, I'm starting to have doubts about this CM Hyper n520 though.

You should check your ambient temp.

I've never heard of anyone using that N520 cooler. If you're sure about the mounting and paste, then it's probably garbage. frown.gif

4.4GHz w/ 1.21v, 72F ambient (22C) --- it's not apples to apples, but with this OC the stock cooler is probably doing more cooling than yours cooler is with your OC.
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Old.

New: http://www.overclock.net/t/1247869/ivy-bridge-stable-suicide-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/440#post_17258035
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And here is my first submission (lame).

3570K L152B659
4415MHz 1.248v

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Don't have a different cooler,, well actually.. I could go ahead and use the Intel stock heat sink... and from what I've read so far, I think this Hyper N520 might be garbage, I pulled the trigger on this cooler because it was on sale, must have been on sale for a reason.. lol .. I'll more than likely invest on a better cooling solution in the near future.
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Don't have a different cooler,, well actually.. I could go ahead and use the Intel stock heat sink... and from what I've read so far, I think this Hyper N520 might be garbage, I pulled the trigger on this cooler because it was on sale, must have been on sale for a reason.. lol .. I'll more than likely invest on a better cooling solution in the near future.
well its not very good, but it surely isnt as bad as the intel stock cooler.. look at this
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here it looks like theres a plastic cover on the bottom of the cooler, did you remove that? that might account for the temperatures you are getting
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The part that says "remove me" in Red tongue.gif lol

My 3 heatpipe Xigy S-1283 gets better temps at a much higher clock. Your cooler looks like it should cool better than what you are getting!
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Yep done, and done, removed the plastic from the get go
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