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SO I just got my 3570K in the mail and... its amazing. I think I won the silicon lottery again! Im getting amazing temps for Ivy Bridge with my H50. 

 

1.344v

4.4Ghz

 

I ran Prime 95 for about 2 hours and my max temp was like 54c... and idle is around 27c

 

Im getting two Corsair SP 120 Quiet Edition fans for my H50 tomorrow to use in push-pull. So I expect temps will be even lower. 

 

Ivy Bridge heat issues my ass gunner2.gifdevil.gif

    
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post #52 of 57
Nice!

I don't think i'll be getting an RoG board. I'm looking at the AsRock x79 extreme4. biggrin.gif

I think I will do a build log for mine as well, just have to plan it out carefully first.

I really like your pc though, it looks great!
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post #53 of 57
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Originally Posted by MorgsTouch View Post

Nice!
I don't think i'll be getting an RoG board. I'm looking at the AsRock x79 extreme4. biggrin.gif
I think I will do a build log for mine as well, just have to plan it out carefully first.
I really like your pc though, it looks great!

Thanks :D I spent a lot of time getting things just right! I didnt plan out my build log, just posted something whenever I had something new to contribute

    
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Just got two Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition fans for the H50, really quiet and helping drop them temps, 3570K doesnt go over 60c at 4.6Ghz, 1.344v at 100% load. Amazing. Not in a big hurry to get real watercooling anymore. I underestimated my H50 as its doing so well kepping those Ivy Bridge temps low :D I may get real watercooling if the CPU gets too hot for my liking at higher voltages. 

 

Impressed with the fans though, real quiet.. and they look good ;D1000

 

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post #55 of 57

looks nice man thumb.gif

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post #56 of 57
Watch those volts man, 1.344v is almost the max you wanna put through an ivy bridge (Max being 1.4v) I'd try and see if you can lower it a bit, I run my 3570K at 4.5GHz and 1.19v.
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post #57 of 57
looks like a really great build
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