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post #2501 of 3634

what program is reading 60c compared to your mobo display? 

 

*I would say in-game.. thats a bit high..something a additional fan in your case should help with.. for something like Prime95 or IBT, those temps are ok though. Gaming or stress testing on stock cooling is going to get you +40c over ambient though.. and your right about there..

post #2502 of 3634
Well the reading on my motherboard is system temp reading, not my cpu reading.

Well, it's the led display that is on all z77 mpowers, showing system temp not cpu temp.

for example, in HW monitor the TMPIN0 temperature is the same temperature reading that the display on my mobo shows. Not my CPU temperature but system.

It is my northbridge that is getting the high readings. 42-45c idle and 68-73c with gaming.
Edited by sycA - 4/8/13 at 10:19am
post #2503 of 3634

NB = IMC .. which for Ivy Bridge is internal to the CPU

 

 What your seeing is CPU temps being reported differently due to the different software and sensors being read. From my understanding - the Mpower reports 'on-die' CPU temps on the LCD poster. 

 

 I would look to add another fan near the CPU area to try to increase the fresh air supply to the CPU fan..and lower ambients in your case.

post #2504 of 3634
Thanks for replying and helping me, CL3. However, I am confused by what you mean.

What exactly is the mpower's led reporting?


edit:
Also, what cpu fan heatsinks do you all recommend for this board? I need to make sure what I get will fit, and looking at all the onboard mobo heatsinks surrounding the cou it may be a toughy.
Edited by sycA - 4/8/13 at 4:07pm
post #2505 of 3634
I use a Zalman CNPs10x.. 1x fan.. working well.

*as for the LCD poster - it is showing the on-die temp.. which is different than some sensors and software show. Generally speaking, it is a much more accurate temp than reported on the IHS.
post #2506 of 3634
So I am ordering my MPower on Thursday, though it won't be another month till I can use it, since I still need to buy the processor I am going to be using (Core i7 3770k). Is anybody else using this config with air cooling? If so, what's the best settings you have to optimize the performance of both the processor and the motherboard?
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I've got a ZALMAN CNPS9500A for my current config (Socket 775) and I really like it's performance. I will probably be going with Zalman for this build as well.
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I've got a ZALMAN CNPS9500A for my current config (Socket 775) and I really like it's performance. I will probably be going with Zalman for this build as well.

well i have this board with my h100 and an i53570k and i took it all the way to 4.7ghz with 1.38volts from experience here is what i know

4.0ghz -4.4ghz needs about 1.20-1.25volts and 4.5ghz needs about 1.28volts and 4.6ghz needs about 1.34volts and so on... higher clocks dont scale well with the voltages so i would expect with that cooler to get about 4.0ghz -4.4ghz as that cooler doesnt look like it can preform well with higher voltages. who know maybe you get a lucky one. and btw 3770k and the 3570k get the same clocks when overclocking
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post #2509 of 3634
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Quote:
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I've got a ZALMAN CNPS9500A for my current config (Socket 775) and I really like it's performance. I will probably be going with Zalman for this build as well.

well i have this board with my h100 and an i53570k and i took it all the way to 4.7ghz with 1.38volts from experience here is what i know

4.0ghz -4.4ghz needs about 1.20-1.25volts and 4.5ghz needs about 1.28volts and 4.6ghz needs about 1.34volts and so on... higher clocks dont scale well with the voltages so i would expect with that cooler to get about 4.0ghz -4.4ghz as that cooler doesnt look like it can preform well with higher voltages. who know maybe you get a lucky one. and btw 3770k and the 3570k get the same clocks when overclocking

 

 A lot of generalized information in that post.. but close enough. ;)

 

 *3770k on air will likely run between 4.4 and 4.8ghz stable for daily use depending on ambient temps and vcore required.

post #2510 of 3634
Any ideea how to enable cpu phase mode ? Control center reports that is disabled!



Here is a video with my setings:

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