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post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by eur0thug View Post

Thats why im getting the H70 but the IVY is pretty cool and doesnt use as much power. I currently have a AM3 MB so i could go for an AMD proc like the FX 8120 Black Edition its only 150$ at microcenter and i could keep my MB.. hmmmmm
Ivy runs HOT.
post #32 of 32
Not that hot...

4.7 @ 1.28v
Hottest core gets 68'c playing games.
Hottest core when encoding 1 hour videos got ~76'c.

Only stress testing get the cores HOT.

A 4.5 or 4.4 OC is very cool. The amount of heat is low as well, 70 watts of heat to remove is low, which makes overall temperatures pretty cool.
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