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help with overclocking i7 3770k heat reach 100 with h80 ??

post #1 of 17
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hey

well i just build my pc and wanted to overclock it and started with offsets voltage but when i overclock it under strees tests the voltage become (above 1.350 some time reach 1.4) settings and speed of 44 *100=4.4 ghz

well the problem now it take too much voltage and warning appears and grab alot of heat

is it because i did offset or because i need to manually adjust voltage ?



pc spec:

i7 3770k
cpu cooler corsair h80
4*4g Gskill trident X 2400 @ defulte speed 1600

motherboard p8z77-v

gtx 670 sli

sesonic 750 watt

picture :
http://i45.tinypic.com/30uwimb.jpg




these picture is shoot while running prime95 strees test

i need help to overclock the cpu and not grab a lot of heat


BTW : i tried asus auto tuning but the system restarts and i end up clear cmos so i can boot the system again
Edited by JK. - 8/11/12 at 5:44pm
post #2 of 17
that voltage is way too high for that overclock. Im at 4.2 with 1.15v. try stress testing with less voltage. Id start at 1.2 and go from there.
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you could always try reseating your cooler, maybe a smaller amount of paste. Try reducing the voltage in small increments until it becomes unstable, then leave the voltage at one or 2 above that point and retest.
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you could always try reseating your cooler, maybe a smaller amount of paste. Try reducing the voltage in small increments until it becomes unstable, then leave the voltage at one or 2 above that point and retest.

This. No way it should take that much voltage or be that hot with the cooler you have.

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that voltage is way too high for that overclock. Im at 4.2 with 1.15v. try stress testing with less voltage. Id start at 1.2 and go from there.

thank u for replaying ,l i just started with ur voltage settings i did 1.150 manual voltage and speed with 4.2 and the system seems stable
but the heat is still a problem well i did prime test and still runing however when i reach 4.4 with 1.200 the system BSOD
do i need to lower or make the vcore higher ?

temps now with 4.5 and vcore of 1.150 as picture with prime95 test as shown in picture
http://i45.tinypic.com/zog5jt.jpg

the temp of cpu is the 84 degrees one ,right ? isn't that still high ?

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you could always try reseating your cooler, maybe a smaller amount of paste. Try reducing the voltage in small increments until it becomes unstable, then leave the voltage at one or 2 above that point and retest.

thanks for replaying ,well i just installed my corsair h80 with the incoming thermal acouple of days ago it's still new do i need to remove it again and change the thermal ?
i still got arctic silver 5
Edited by JK. - 8/11/12 at 6:42pm
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This. No way it should take that much voltage or be that hot with the cooler you have.
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alrigh , so what i could do now ? change thermal or ???
post #7 of 17
What method did you use to apply it? I have always had the best luck with a pea sized dot in the middle and then spread it as you push the cooler on. And make sure you don't use too much because it can make your temps worse if you do.

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Originally Posted by estabya View Post

What method did you use to apply it? I have always had the best luck with a pea sized dot in the middle and then spread it as you push the cooler on. And make sure you don't use too much because it can make your temps worse if you do.
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i didn't use any , i just installed h80 (it's already has thermal on it ) so what i did is ,i installed cpu bracket holder back the mobo and then i installed the radiator and the fans as exhaust and then installed the cooler to the cpu and attached the screws and thats it
post #9 of 17
If you have some extra thermal paste around try a reapply. Try this guide.

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/howtos/howto_install_cpu_and_apply_thermal_paste

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post #10 of 17
I get the same with mine on the AVX Prime95. I've also felt very uncomfortable about these ridiculous temps. I tried reseating and all that jazz. I'm running it at 4.5 @ 1.25 and during p95AVX it reaches ~80c (60c in games) which is far too hot imo.

I've also spoke to a lot of others using custom loops etc, and the cooling actually makes very little difference on these chips, once you go past 1.25/1.3ish, the temps just rocket. Most believe it to be the fault of the lack of soldering between the DIE-IHS.

My case has good air flow, and my cooler is far from bad either for an ALC.

Most people also won't recommend de-lidding either, as it's caused some after-issues for some whom have managed to even do this process without damaging the CPU.

I'm at a loss, because there doesn't seem to be any options, other than running it at stock, or round about there..
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