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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
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post #4961 of 7362
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Originally Posted by nezff View Post

Quick question guys I have a 3770 K CPU and wondering if my load temps and I idle temps are okay.
Idle runs around 29 30 36 32.
After playing bf3 I get temps around 60 61 67 60
H100 cooler running stock clock. Maybe my voltage is too high?

depends on your ambient temp also,
but yea, if you run at stock, and leave vcore on auto etc,
it will get more voltage that way, then setting it by hand, or using offset..
i dont have anything/pics running at stock, so cant really compare with you,
and my chip is delidded so.. but wait.....


5min later, running at stock,

if i run aida, everything at stock, it shows 1.140V vcore under 100% load,
thats to much if you ask me, i could prolly do with less at stock..


few min later, still running stock,

but this time i put 1V vcore in bios, np running aida,
doesnt mean its stable of course, but just to show you the diff between auto settings,
and by hand..
Edited by VonDutch - 11/7/12 at 6:39am
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depends on your ambient temp also,
but yea, if you run at stock, and leave vcore on auto etc,
it will get more voltage that way, then setting it by hand, or using offset..
i dont have anything/pics running at stock, so cant really compare with you,
and my chip is delidded so.. but wait.....
5min later, running at stock, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[

if i run aida, everything at stock, it shows 1.140V vcore under 100% load,
thats to much if you ask me, i could prolly do with less at stock..
few min later, still running stock,

but this time i put 1V vcore in bios, np running aida,
doesnt mean its stable of course, but just to show you the diff between auto settings,
and by hand..


I figured the vcore is probably too high at auto.

Here is mine:
 
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Quick question guys I have a 3770 K CPU and wondering if my load temps and I idle temps are okay.

Idle runs around 29 30 36 32.
After playing bf3 I get temps around 60 61 67 60

H100 cooler running stock clock. Maybe my voltage is too high?
what overclock you running and what's the voltage.?
also ambient temps.?
post #4964 of 7362
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Originally Posted by nezff View Post

Quick question guys I have a 3770 K CPU and wondering if my load temps and I idle temps are okay.
Idle runs around 29 30 36 32.
After playing bf3 I get temps around 60 61 67 60
H100 cooler. running stock clock. Maybe my voltage is too high?

Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

what overclock you running and what's the voltage.?
also ambient temps.?

Everything is stock. Havent touched anything. Auto

Cant check ambient, have no way to.
 
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did you at least use thermal paste or just used the pre-applied paste that comes with the OEM (stock) cooler.?
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did you at least use thermal paste or just used the pre-applied paste that comes with the OEM (stock) cooler.?

are you serious. wink.gif

Of course I used thremal paste. The dow corning that comes with the H100. Think the voltage at stock is too high. At turbo boost 4ghz is roughly 1.2 ish volts.
 
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are you serious. wink.gif
Of course I used thremal paste. The dow corning that comes with the H100. Think the voltage at stock is too high. At turbo boost 4ghz is roughly 1.2 ish volts.
Yeah, that is a little high for the voltage, not crazy high though, so dont worry.
 
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did you at least use thermal paste or just used the pre-applied paste that comes with the OEM (stock) cooler.?

are you serious. wink.gif

Of course I used thremal paste. The dow corning that comes with the H100. Think the voltage at stock is too high. At turbo boost 4ghz is roughly 1.2 ish volts.
no I was just messin'... tongue.gif

honestly I'm tired, I didn't see where you had a H100...
I was thinking you were on the (stock) CPU cooler.

(being quiet now...)
post #4969 of 7362
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Yeah, that is a little high for the voltage, not crazy high though, so dont worry.

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did you at least use thermal paste or just used the pre-applied paste that comes with the OEM (stock) cooler.?

should I play with the voltage or just overclock the damn thing. LOL
 
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no I was just messin'... tongue.gif
honestly I'm tired, I didn't see where you had a H100...
I was thinking you were on the (stock) CPU cooler.
(being quiet now...)

thumb.gif I need the help, believe me. I have no idea about overclocking even after reading the guide.
 
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