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heh I guess so. but don't I need to make sure it's stable first? I'm really considering just going back to stock and being done w/ it I don't even do anything CPU intensive really...

Your voltage is still super low for that clock speed. I need about 1.29 to get 4.6. So your chip just runs hot with low voltage. Bad TIM on your chip I guess.
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bad tim under the chip or bad tim i put on your saying? cause I know for a fact I did it right this time.
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I'm sure you did a fine job. I'm talking about the intel TIM.
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this is ridiculous, I wish I never built an ivy computer now. I should have just waited for the next thing or something. wow. I guess ill just go back to stock and be done w/ it.


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Edited by HardwareDecoder - 5/31/12 at 5:39pm
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I just passed the 12 hour mark in Prime95 ver. 27.7 Im just wondering whether it is necessary to continue to run it for another 12 hours to guarantee it is totally stable. Though for regular everyday use, my pc wont be running consecutively for over 12 hours.

But is it possible for those errors to show up when i start overclocking my other components, thus making difficult to pin point what is causing the errors?

thoughts?
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I'm sure you did a fine job. I'm talking about the intel TIM.

hands on test says otherwise.

7-10c drop after replacing thermal paste
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hands on test says otherwise.
7-10c drop after replacing thermal paste

You snuck into HardwareDecoders house and remounted his cooler for him! So nice of you! tongue.gif

You misread.
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I just passed the 12 hour mark in Prime95 ver. 27.7 Im just wondering whether it is necessary to continue to run it for another 12 hours to guarantee it is totally stable. Though for regular everyday use, my pc wont be running consecutively for over 12 hours.
But is it possible for those errors to show up when i start overclocking my other components, thus making difficult to pin point what is causing the errors?
thoughts?

I'd let it run another 4 hours.. It's already done 12, you can wait another 4 tongue.gif
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You snuck into HardwareDecoders house and remounted his cooler for him! So nice of you! tongue.gif
You misread.
I'd let it run another 4 hours.. It's already done 12, you can wait another 4 tongue.gif

these are based off some japanese review site
http://www.eteknix.com/news/ivy-bridge-thermal-grease-is-the-culprit-for-heat-problems-after-all/
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/proof_%E2%80%93_switch_fluxless_solder_thermal_paste_cause_poor_ivy_bridge_overclocking_temperatures#slide-3
http://www.geek.com/articles/chips/ivy-bridge-chips-run-hot-due-to-intels-thermal-paste-choice-20120514

user
http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=47539

another user
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?280892-3770k-IHS-Removals-CPU-temp-dropped-from-79C-to-71C

you can believe what intel says. but the facts and hands on test are there. the people that did this werent working for AMD or anything
but consider there might be conflict of interest on intel side since its their product under fire no pun intended
Edited by Coolwaters - 5/31/12 at 7:03pm
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these are based off some japanese review site
http://www.eteknix.com/news/ivy-bridge-thermal-grease-is-the-culprit-for-heat-problems-after-all/
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/proof_%E2%80%93_switch_fluxless_solder_thermal_paste_cause_poor_ivy_bridge_overclocking_temperatures#slide-3
http://www.geek.com/articles/chips/ivy-bridge-chips-run-hot-due-to-intels-thermal-paste-choice-20120514
user
http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=47539
another user
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?280892-3770k-IHS-Removals-CPU-temp-dropped-from-79C-to-71C
you can believe what intel says. but the facts and hands on test are there. the people that did this werent working for AMD or anything
but consider there might be conflict of interest on intel side since its their product under fire no pun intended

again, you misread and I was poking fun.

He was saying his tim job was probably fine, NOT intels. So he was saying the same as you smile.gif
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so i guess this does mean the intel's TIM is indeed a contributing factor towards the increased heat in the ivy bridge chips. But someone on one of the forums mentioned the possibility of the black glue that holds the chip and bracket together to be a potential cause. hmmm.
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