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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #1981 of 7362
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What's you max temp at those settings (4.4 ghz, 1.168v)...I ask because that is my setup also...but I run it in LLC 4 with Offset -0.005.

The highest I've seen it get was about 82c with IBT. But with prime the hottest ever was 73c (core 2) and that was when the house was at like 85f, in the morning when I found it the house was down to like 75f all of the cores were around mid 60's c and the hottest was 67c (again, core 2) I cant remember what my offset is.
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Hey guys,
If I do an RMA, do I do it through Newegg or Intel?
First timer here frown.gif

lol..what did you do to it?!?

Nothing, it just runs hot as hell and isnt even stable at 4.3 GHz @ 1.3V.

I tried running it with the stock cooler just to see and it hits 85C on the Auto settings lol. I'm just worried its gonna fail in the future after the warranty because it runs so hot. Even with the hyper212 I'm hitting 78 on stock settings.

Would I do intel or newegg though?
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Nothing, it just runs hot as hell and isnt even stable at 4.3 GHz @ 1.3V.
I tried running it with the stock cooler just to see and it hits 85C on the Auto settings lol. I'm just worried its gonna fail in the future after the warranty because it runs so hot. Even with the hyper212 I'm hitting 78 on stock settings.
Would I do intel or newegg though?

how are you applying thermal paste? and how are your ambient temps?
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Ah, maybe it is normal, I've never owned an Intel CPU until now, but my Phenom 965 never fluctuated in voltage, according to CPU-Z perhaps. And the fact that I set the voltage in the bios to 1.250 in the bios, but cpuz says 1.232 I'm assuming is just vdroop, but I didn't expect it to then drop in intervals of .008. Good to see it's not just me. I'm going to try testing with a lower voltage than what I am now since it seems I have way too much for 4.4.

its normal it's called VDROOP
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how are you applying thermal paste? and how are your ambient temps?

I have done the pea-drop size method and the X method. I have applied thermal paste to well over 20 processors before and have never had problems until now frown.gif
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I have done the pea-drop size method and the X method. I have applied thermal paste to well over 20 processors before and have never had problems until now frown.gif

its the TIM under the IHS that is the problem most likely.
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its the TIM under the IHS that is the problem most likely.

Yeah only problem is that I am still getting WHEA errors on runs at 4.2 GHz with a voltage of 1.28. And from what you guys have said, temps really won't help :/
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yea but if you de-lid and apply some liquid pro you can use more voltage to get it stable with less temps. I am doing mine soon.
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yea but if you de-lid and apply some liquid pro you can use more voltage to get it stable with less temps. I am doing mine soon.

I could, but I need this processor to last a few years. I'm worried if I up the voltage that it might die too soon
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post #1990 of 7362
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I could, but I need this processor to last a few years. I'm worried if I up the voltage that it might die too soon

its the chip you just got a rotten egg my 3570K in similar board is at 1.144 for 4.2 Ghz , with the stock cooling before i installed the H80 temps were ok i have plenty of pic`s for you to look at in profile if need be i`d say try the RMA tbh i don`t think de-lidding a bad chip will help not when his talking 1.3 V to reach what others can with far far less
    
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