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I would manually set the voltage, if its stable at 1.17 on auto- manually set it to 1.17. From there you can see if you can work it down some. the 212+ should help your temps for sure though, 80C is pretty warm. itll never really get that hot during regular use, but I still prefer my stress testing max to be lower than that.
As for stress testing- run p95 for a while, a few hours at least. I would say get Intelburntest because its a bit faster to use than p95, but it also brings higher temps and you are already pretty high.

My 3570k runs at about 80c max at 4.4GHz with 1.33v on the Hyper 212+. The thermal paste I used was a tad old and already a bit dry, so I bought a tube of MX-2 for it today, might even use it on my graphics cards if I see a big enough temperature drop. thumb.gif

EDIT: I was also given $500 today... So I'm looking at either a water loop (RX360) or a NZXT Havik or NH-D14.. If i were to go the air cooling I'd be looking at another 64GB SSD to go with it! thumb.gif
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My 3570k runs at about 80c max at 4.4GHz with 1.33v on the Hyper 212+. The thermal paste I used was a tad old and already a bit dry, so I bought a tube of MX-2 for it today, might even use it on my graphics cards if I see a big enough temperature drop. thumb.gif
EDIT: I was also given $500 today... So I'm looking at either a water loop (RX360) or a NZXT Havik or NH-D14.. If i were to go the air cooling I'd be looking at another 64GB SSD to go with it! thumb.gif

So how does that help me or answer any doubt? XD
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I would manually set the voltage, if its stable at 1.17 on auto- manually set it to 1.17. From there you can see if you can work it down some. the 212+ should help your temps for sure though, 80C is pretty warm. itll never really get that hot during regular use, but I still prefer my stress testing max to be lower than that.
As for stress testing- run p95 for a while, a few hours at least. I would say get Intelburntest because its a bit faster to use than p95, but it also brings higher temps and you are already pretty high.

I don't know if you saw the pictures I uploaded, but I can't set the Voltage to 1.17 manually, I can only set it to AUTO or some offsets...
How many ºC less will I have with the 212EVO? What do you estimate?
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If you get IBT, make sure you choose the max setting, it uses more RAM and tests your system better thumb.gif.
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So how does that help me or answer any doubt? XD
I don't know if you saw the pictures I uploaded, but I can't set the Voltage to 1.17 manually, I can only set it to AUTO or some offsets...
How many ºC less will I have with the 212EVO? What do you estimate?
I would say about 5C or so, the stock cooler is notorious for overclocking on. 1.17vcore is pretty low imo, especially for 4.0.
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The stock cooler is notorious for overclocking on
What do you mean by "notorious"? Good or bad?
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1.17vcore is pretty low imo, especially for 4.0.
By low I suppose it means it's very good right?
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So how does that help me or answer any doubt? XD
I don't know if you saw the pictures I uploaded, but I can't set the Voltage to 1.17 manually, I can only set it to AUTO or some offsets...
How many ºC less will I have with the 212EVO? What do you estimate?
I would say about 5C or so, the stock cooler is notorious for overclocking on. 1.17vcore is pretty low imo, especially for 4.0.
You mean the 980X, 990X stock cooler.
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You mean the 980X, 990X stock cooler.

I don't know what cooler I have :/

Here's an image if it helps...
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It's the stock cpu cooler that comes with your CPU if I'm not mistaken.

The stock cooler is notorious for being bad at keeping temps low once overclocked. I don't have the Hyper212 so I don't know. it's just the most recommended budget cooler here. I have the NH-D14, it's great but costs a ton.

Here's a link on the Hyper212 review --> http://www.guru3d.com/article/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-review/7.
Here's a review site with lots of coolers reviewed --> http://www.frostytech.com/top5heatsinks.cfm
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It's the stock cpu cooler that comes with your CPU if I'm not mistaken.
The stock cooler is notorious for being bad at keeping temps low once overclocked. I don't have the Hyper212 so I don't know. it's just the most recommended budget cooler here. I have the NH-D14, it's great but costs a ton.
Here's a link on the Hyper212 review --> http://www.guru3d.com/article/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-review/7.
Here's a review site with lots of coolers reviewed --> http://www.frostytech.com/top5heatsinks.cfm

Pretty much, it's a budget favourite! thumb.gif
The price of them has come up in Australia though, due to the demand. I got mine for $33 online, now they're $42 off the same site for the Evo and $50 locally!
NH-D14 shall probably be my next cooler, or the NZXT Havik.

I'd suggest a Hyper 212+/Evo, they're rather cheap off the egg. You could always step down to a Hyper TX3 if you want to save cash (and it's smaller if you've got a small case). I'm sure that'd do fine for a mere 4GHz overclock! thumb.gif
 
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May I ask how you OC'd or what guide you followed? Our system specs are very similiar in terms of Mobo and CPU.
   
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