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105c on the h100i?
Make sure it's getting enough power and ramps with load. Also check it's seated properly. If not, then rma the cooler
There's a little amount of dust build up on the radiator, so I'll clean that off tomorrow, and check back. Ambient temperature in my room is fairly cold at the moment, with a cool breeze from the window. It is seated correctly, I've had to redo it before, and I manually ramped up the fan speed as well.
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There's a little amount of dust build up on the radiator, so I'll clean that off tomorrow, and check back. Ambient temperature in my room is fairly cold at the moment, with a cool breeze from the window. It is seated correctly, I've had to redo it before, and I manually ramped up the fan speed as well.

that's very odd then - make surer everything is fine before OC'ing last thing u want is burning that chip.
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If anyone has broken 5ghz for i7 3770k that can lend some advise towards settings? Water cooling is in my future and I'm feeling bold.
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If anyone has broken 5ghz for i7 3770k that can lend some advise towards settings? Water cooling is in my future and I'm feeling bold.

5Ghz is pretty much in the chip (depending how much vcore it needs for 5ghz), & the cooling to keep the temps under control. Some can do 5ghz pretty easily & some just need to much voltage & temps go out of control.
    
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5Ghz is pretty much in the chip (depending how much vcore it needs for 5ghz), & the cooling to keep the temps under control. Some can do 5ghz pretty easily & some just need to much voltage & temps go out of control.

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If anyone has broken 5ghz for i7 3770k that can lend some advise towards settings? Water cooling is in my future and I'm feeling bold.

Just about +everything you need to know is in this thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards#
Just follow the guide and walk your way up. Just keep watch on your temps and don't push it too hard. It isn't worth ruinung your chip for.
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So much for being lazy lol.
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Looks like overclocking to 5.0GHz while using iGPU was the source of all my problems. I set a manual offset again today, and PC "froze" after a CPU Validation. But instead of turning off the PC, I went on my laptop and opened up TeamViewer, and voila!. PC is running fine according to Teamviewer, it's just that the iGPU voltage or the frequency or something else with it is off. Going to have to wait for atleast one of my R9 290s to come in, before continuing
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Looks like overclocking to 5.0GHz while using iGPU was the source of all my problems. I set a manual offset again today, and PC "froze" after a CPU Validation. But instead of turning off the PC, I went on my laptop and opened up TeamViewer, and voila!. PC is running fine according to Teamviewer, it's just that the iGPU voltage or the frequency or something else with it is off. Going to have to wait for atleast one of my R9 290s to come in, before continuing
I would definitely set bios to dGPU and uninstall Intel drivers if you have them , though it probably not a problem once your not using iGPU .
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Kk I give up on 5.0Ghz. I installed a 6950 in my third PCIe slot today (the first two are for my R9 290s), set the CPU voltage to auto, and the screen still freezes during validation.
Fresh OS, only video drivers besides the AMD one, no memory OC., Only 2 ram sticks installed

I've decided that I will just settle for 4.7GHz or rather 4698.90MHz (My blck is never 100, always 99.98 even when I set it to 100)

Offset of 1.05, LLC on 50%, max Vcore is ~1.280
Temps cap at 40 degrees


Currently CPU mining, browsing and running Prime95 to test stability.

Already bought CLU and scratched the surface of my IHS(warranty out the door), so I might as well de-lid
Edited by Roy360 - 1/14/14 at 7:52pm
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