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Core temp just shows 0 watts under power.
see that doesn't seem right. I have ram'd things with newegg before and they are pretty good. i don't like how they wont send out new stuff once they get shipment confirmation from you and they use ground shipping but they don't hassle you at least
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see that doesn't seem right. I have ram'd things with newegg before and they are pretty good. i don't like how they wont send out new stuff once they get shipment confirmation from you and they use ground shipping but they don't hassle you at least

My 3570k also says 0 watts in Core Temp. It is overclocked, however. I'm not sure if that affects it tongue.gif
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My 3570k also says 0 watts in Core Temp. It is overclocked, however. I'm not sure if that affects it tongue.gif

I think the wattage thing under core temp is if you have a newer PSU. Don't worry about it, and your chip is fine. JUST GET A NEW COOLER BEFORE YOUR CHIP MELTS thumb.gif
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OP
Are you running the latest BIOS version.

yes
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Just called Intel technical support. The customer service rep didn't say much of anything that was useful. He just kept saying that if its under 67 degrees Celsius at idle they consider it OK and if it's under TJmax of 105 at load, they consider it OK.

I ran Intel Diagnostic tool on the processor and hit 95 degrees Celsius. The rep on the phone was running an I7-3770S and he hit 90 degrees on the same test. I don't know what this tells me.

I jumped into the first mission of the BF3 campaign and eventually hit around 90 degrees Celsius. Earlier today, at stock, I hit 102 on prime95 blend test. Would love to see the temps of someone under prime95 full load using the stock cooler/default bios settings. So I could see how bad this really is.

http://i.imgur.com/6Wb4u.png



I think I am going to purchase a Hyper 212 Evo and check my temps before sending it back. I just have zero faith a change in cooler is going to bring me down ~40 degrees Celsius at load. I considered getting the H100 for the HAF-X but I KNOW people are getting 4.5GHz with decent temps on this baby with air cooling solutions such as the hyper 212.

Anyone have further thoughts on what I should do?
post #27 of 33
I talked to a guy last night that is running 4.5 on his 3770k with a H100 1.28v loaded and hottest core is 80c, that was in prime, just to give you an Idea of what that produced temp wise. My custom loop is 10c cooler than that..at the exact same settings. Good idea to at least try the Hyper 212..
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Just called Intel technical support. The customer service rep didn't say much of anything that was useful. He just kept saying that if its under 67 degrees Celsius at idle they consider it OK and if it's under TJmax of 105 at load, they consider it OK.
I ran Intel Diagnostic tool on the processor and hit 95 degrees Celsius. The rep on the phone was running an I7-3770S and he hit 90 degrees on the same test. I don't know what this tells me.
I jumped into the first mission of the BF3 campaign and eventually hit around 90 degrees Celsius. Earlier today, at stock, I hit 102 on prime95 blend test. Would love to see the temps of someone under prime95 full load using the stock cooler/default bios settings. So I could see how bad this really is.
http://i.imgur.com/6Wb4u.png
I think I am going to purchase a Hyper 212 Evo and check my temps before sending it back. I just have zero faith a change in cooler is going to bring me down ~40 degrees Celsius at load. I considered getting the H100 for the HAF-X but I KNOW people are getting 4.5GHz with decent temps on this baby with air cooling solutions such as the hyper 212.
Anyone have further thoughts on what I should do?

I have a stock cooler on a 3770k today, just tried IBT to see how it did, without being in a case cores were high 70s - low 80°s in about 1 minute at all default settings, same chip was about mid 70s at 4.5Ghz with an H50.

edit: just realized different chips, this one needs 1.2V for 4.5, other I ran IBT with on h50 needed 1.17V.
Edited by FtW 420 - 8/27/12 at 6:24pm
    
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I have a stock cooler on a 3770k today, just tried IBT to see how it did, without being in a case cores were high 70s - low 80°s in about 1 minute at all default settings, same chip was about mid 70s at 4.5Ghz with an H50.
edit: just realized different chips, this one needs 1.2V for 4.5, other I ran IBT with on h50 needed 1.17V.

Are those OC'd temps are stock coolerl/default bios?
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Are those OC'd temps are stock coolerl/default bios?

I didn't overclock on the stock cooler, it was hot enough without OCing. But I saw this thread earlier & had never run the stock cooler on ivy before so gave it a quick try. Stock coolers still suck.
    
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