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You guys with the mid 60s under load in BF1 (or anyone similar) is this typically water cooled, delided, or not 100% usage?
For BF1 I am usually like 90-100% CPU usage I think with my 3770k at 4.5 Ghz, but I will run in the 90s for CPU temps.
I am sure part of it is either old thermal paste or a worn down H100 for many years of continuous use, but when I originally OCed and stress tested with prime95 ran in the 90s then as well I believe (CPU pegged at 100% usage).
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You guys with the mid 60s under load in BF1 (or anyone similar) is this typically water cooled, delided, or not 100% usage?
For BF1 I am usually like 90-100% CPU usage I think with my 3770k at 4.5 Ghz, but I will run in the 90s for CPU temps.
I am sure part of it is either old thermal paste or a worn down H100 for many years of continuous use, but when I originally OCed and stress tested with prime95 ran in the 90s then as well I believe (CPU pegged at 100% usage).

I used to hit mid 70's running Folding@Home on my 3570K at 1.32 volts 4.4GHZ when the room temperature was around 30C in the summer. I never played at game that put my CPU over 70 even then. Prime 95 temps were around 90C.

I think you have a problem with your cooler.
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I run about mid 60's in BF1 (that's 100fps cap) with a 3570k@4.5 with Vcore at 1.185-1.200(prime95 load), I think voltage is around 1.170-1.180 in bf1 max and i am cooled with 212evo.
Edited by Edkiefer - 4/26/17 at 8:24am
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Alright thanks guys, I will reach out and see what Corsair says since I should still be within the warranty period if it is 5 years.
Running basically 24/7 (idle a lot, not full load) may have reduced the amount liquid inside to a point it is now very noticeable.

I am 4.5 Ghz at something like 1.263 volts iirc so nothing too crazy, but BF1 is the first game to really push the processor usage/load.
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Alright thanks guys, I will reach out and see what Corsair says since I should still be within the warranty period if it is 5 years.
Running basically 24/7 (idle a lot, not full load) may have reduced the amount liquid inside to a point it is now very noticeable.

I am 4.5 Ghz at something like 1.263 volts iirc so nothing too crazy, but BF1 is the first game to really push the processor usage/load.

I should have mentioned that I wasnt delidded and I was using a Cryorig R1 Ultimate and I5's do run a bit cooler, but anyway redface.gif

I'd re-do the thermal paste just to rule it out, but if you were hitting 90C in Prime before and now you're hitting that in a game, no matter how much CPU it uses something is wrong. Prime 95 is like Furmark for a GPU, there's no game out there that will stress a CPU as much as it does regardless of the % load shown.
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Originally Posted by mrtbahgs View Post

Alright thanks guys, I will reach out and see what Corsair says since I should still be within the warranty period if it is 5 years.
Running basically 24/7 (idle a lot, not full load) may have reduced the amount liquid inside to a point it is now very noticeable.

I am 4.5 Ghz at something like 1.263 volts iirc so nothing too crazy, but BF1 is the first game to really push the processor usage/load.
BF1 does run hotter than say BF4, even at 4.5ghz all cores get pegged pretty high, If I tried to run 1.26x I bet i would be around 70-75c in BF1.

I lucked out I don't need to much voltage to run 4.5, in fact for long time I ran 4.3 with like 1.113v and never really tried higher cause i don't like running much over 60's, I just assumed the CPU would need around 1.250, goes to show I should of tested.

Also what can help a lot for stable fps and temps is adding a cap in fps .My user.cfg has this line
GameTime.MaxVariableFps 100.000000

you can change it to whatever you like, I set it so it caps the spikes so fps are pretty flat line with just few random spikes down. Of course if you use G-sync or even V sync might not help but you be capped at monitor refresh then.
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Hmm do i have a good chip - 4.6 Ghz @ 1.21v?
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Yes, IMO
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Hi, new to the site and to overclocking. I'm running an i5 3570k on a p8z77 v lk asus board with 32gb corsair 2400mhz ram. I've got a mild oc of 4.3ghz with a 1.176V using an offset of.030 and no llc. I've got a fresh install of win10 on a Samsung 840 ssd.

The system seems stable other than boot times. Windows reports a bios time of 45 sec but it takes the machine almost 3 minutes to get to a desktop. Before overclocking I could be at the desktop in 45seconds flat.

Any ideas on what's taking so long in the boot process? Every time I return to default settings my boot time returns to normal.
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Hi, new to the site and to overclocking. I'm running an i5 3570k on a p8z77 v lk asus board with 32gb corsair 2400mhz ram. I've got a mild oc of 4.3ghz with a 1.176V using an offset of.030 and no llc. I've got a fresh install of win10 on a Samsung 840 ssd.

The system seems stable other than boot times. Windows reports a bios time of 45 sec but it takes the machine almost 3 minutes to get to a desktop. Before overclocking I could be at the desktop in 45seconds flat.

Any ideas on what's taking so long in the boot process? Every time I return to default settings my boot time returns to normal.

If you set your CPU overclock to what it normally is but change the RAM at stock 1600 settings does the same thing happen?

I'm wondering whether its your motherboard trying to train the lower timings on 32GB of RAM at that speed when youre booting. That's a lot of RAM on a fairly low end motherboard at a pretty high speed for Ivy Bridge. If that's what it is, I'm not sure what you can do. Someone else still might redface.gif
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