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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

This is a multiple choice poll
  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
1362 Total Votes  
post #3851 of 7362
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Originally Posted by mrtoyotaco View Post

Are you using Asrocks "Auto Genie" or "Turbo OC Genie"? If you are, that is why your temps are so high. The automatic OC Genie's suck (except for some of ASUS's stuff). My MSI board overclocked mine to 4.2 ghz at temps higher than what I manually achieved at 4.5ghz.
I bet that is what your using... Your idle temps shouldn't be 40-45C unless you ambients are a few degrees cooler than that. If you aren't using OC genie and if your rig is a cool A/C environment, you may have used too much thermal paste on top of the IHS and between your heatsink.
No i'm not. I have it set with offset +.005v and turbo voltage +.008v with LLC 3 (which is right in the middle). It's only one core at 40-45 and it was like that before i switched coolers. The other cores all fluctuate at 28-35C. I have reseated the NH-D14 twice, the second time using a very small amount of TIM about the size of a grain of rice (almost literally) dot in the middle of the cpu
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Originally Posted by mrtoyotaco View Post

Are you using Asrocks "Auto Genie" or "Turbo OC Genie"? If you are, that is why your temps are so high. The automatic OC Genie's suck (except for some of ASUS's stuff). My MSI board overclocked mine to 4.2 ghz at temps higher than what I manually achieved at 4.5ghz.
I bet that is what your using... Your idle temps shouldn't be 40-45C unless you ambients are a few degrees cooler than that. If you aren't using OC genie and if your rig is a cool A/C environment, you may have used too much thermal paste on top of the IHS and between your heatsink.
No i'm not. I have it set with offset +.005v and turbo voltage +.008v with LLC 3 (which is right in the middle). It's only one core at 40-45 and it was like that before i switched coolers. The other cores all fluctuate at 28-35C. I have reseated the NH-D14 twice, the second time using a very small amount of TIM about the size of a grain of rice (almost literally) dot in the middle of the cpu

It's either you are restricted by the TIM underneath the IHS or that the worker is always working a whole lot harder then the rest. My temps somewhat even'd out with the delid, it's only above the rest by around 2 - 4C.
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Please update me my score

3570k
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Batch # 3209B542
post #3854 of 7362
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Please update me my score

3570k
1.184
4.5 gz
Batch # 3209B542

I will tomorrow okay? I'm extremely busy right now so I'll update it tomorrow. tongue.gif
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post #3855 of 7362
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No i'm not. I have it set with offset +.005v and turbo voltage +.008v with LLC 3 (which is right in the middle). It's only one core at 40-45 and it was like that before i switched coolers. The other cores all fluctuate at 28-35C. I have reseated the NH-D14 twice, the second time using a very small amount of TIM about the size of a grain of rice (almost literally) dot in the middle of the cpu

Depends on a lot of factors, +-5c is not too terrible really...You can probably fine tune the voltage more without using offsets and going for a set vcore but that would kill your power savings, if that's what you like.
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I will tomorrow okay? I'm extremely busy right now so I'll update it tomorrow. tongue.gif

We can send you our chips so you can delid them for $5 a pop tongue.gif
post #3856 of 7362
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Depends on a lot of factors, +-5c is not too terrible really...You can probably fine tune the voltage more without using offsets and going for a set vcore but that would kill your power savings, if that's what you like.

I use offset because that is what is used in the asrock guide on here, and because it drops the vcore and temps at idle
post #3857 of 7362
My 3rd core is way higher than the others. Right now they are 23c, 24c, 41c, 26c (ambient is 22.1c). Under load it's still higher but not as much. I'm waiting on some Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra to arrive from the US. When it does, I'm de-lidding my chip.
post #3858 of 7362
Think i might do some temp. tests with Prime and see how well my Hyper 212 evo performs, that way i can compare it to the H100 when i get it
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post #3859 of 7362
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My 3rd core is way higher than the others. Right now they are 23c, 24c, 41c, 26c (ambient is 22.1c). Under load it's still higher but not as much. I'm waiting on some Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra to arrive from the US. When it does, I'm de-lidding my chip.

You are probably using the wrong program to monitor temperatures, because 23C core temperature with 22C ambient is not possible.
post #3860 of 7362
I'd suggest using Coretemp, and checking your ambient temp readings...rolleyes.gif
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