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I was just wondering, could you guys on water and CLP/CLU let me know what your temps are at with 1.4-1.45v. Thanks in advance.
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I'm on water with offset voltage +.15, 1.423vcore. Temp hovers around 68~70c in a 21~23c room on my clu covered delidded 3770k at 4.8 Priming small ffts
Ok thanks. Yeah the room im in is about 26-28°C, its an added room that doesnt cool off as well as the rest of the house. 1.47v at 5ghz after wPrime1024 i was getting about 95°C on a koolance 380i with 480mm of rad using CLP, so I knew something wasnt right. Turns out I had the thing tightened down way too much. Im running without the lid and without the socket clamp so I guess I over compensated. Loosened it way off, temps dropped down to 85°C load, down from 95°. For my ambient temps and being at 1.47v id say I have it down closer to where it should be. Still too high for my liking, but ivy is just one hot bee-otch. Ill see how she does tonight when the temps drop.
Edited by jdm317 - 3/22/13 at 4:54pm
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I'm on water with offset voltage +.15, 1.423vcore. Temp hovers around 68~70c in a 21~23c room on my clu covered delidded 3770k at 4.8 Priming small ffts.

I'm on water with offset voltage +.260, 1.352 vcore. Temps Cores#1-4...59c,64c,67c,69c on my clu covered delidded 3770k at 4.8 Cinabench 9.73
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I'm on water with offset voltage +.15, 1.423vcore. Temp hovers around 68~70c in a 21~23c room on my clu covered delidded 3770k at 4.8 Priming small ffts.

I'm on water with offset voltage +.260, 1.352 vcore. Temps Cores#1-4...59c,64c,67c,69c on my clu covered delidded 3770k at 4.8 Cinabench 9.73

Im on water with offset +0.050, 1.442 vcore. Temps 77c,87c,88c,87c on my CLU covered delidded 3770K at 4.9 in a room that is currently 25c+ with IBT MAX.

L:[
Edited by Xinoxide - 3/22/13 at 4:58pm
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plz pm me too. I cant figure it out, I was playing with lower Vcore for 48x 49x 50x and must have rebooted 50 times, only needed to reflash my bios once. but not prob cause I got a flash drive with that and my profiles pluged-in all the time.

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Ravage and TonicX...haven't forgotten about you...just got in from several hours at the dentist - what a lovely time (not really)...been trying to post at the other site first, and keep on getting this: Internal Server Error - Read The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Reference #3.aa01e78e.1363999557.d07b2a0 I guess I'm not the only one with a crazy day...will definitely follow up later
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Like i promised some pics of the delidding action biggrin.gif

OCN name: chefproject
CPU: 3570k
On-die TIM:Zalman Thermal grease (CLU is ordered)
IHS TIM: Zalman
Mhz gained:
OC after delid: 4,8 ghz same as before
Temp drops: none until now will test again when CLU arrives








Greetings and regards Chef

Added but your CPUz is having issues for me. just give me a link when you redo it thumb.gif
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Added but your CPUz is having issues for me. just give me a link when you redo it thumb.gif

This?

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2705753
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

Or you just build a full custom loop to begin with if you want to water cool and stay away from the closed loop stuff alltogether.

Thought if the H220 is fully upgradeable then I guess it might be a decent starting point if the CPU block is decent atleast.

...as far as that goes, I think the H220 is a very decent unit, though the H100i is also a big improvement over the original H100..but after heaving run another decent closed-loop (ThermalTake 2 Extreme w/240mm rad) on my 'play system' since last fall, I finally switched to a full custom loop and they're not even comparable temp wise - so dramatic is the difference. Mind you, the custom loop was designed to be a bit overkill for cooling just a single CPU.

...while the H220 can be expanded (for extra $) to cool GPUs, the question is how many...per an earlier post I did on this, a well running 3770k will consume around 200 watt+ on full load = 200 watts of heat energy @5GHz. By the time you add in a good GPU, you just added another 175-200 watts of heat energy...with a dual GPU / single card (690, 7990) it is somewhere between an extra 330 to over 400 watt on max load... after playing Crysis or BF3 for an hour, things might get toasty....and now your H220 has to handle triple or more the original heat load.

...so while the H220 can accommodate a GPU, how many can you add, and should you. If it is two separate GPU cards, you might also start to see some serious pump losses, according to posts by H 220 owners elsewhere...which can be alleviated by installing an additional pump...but then you are looking at a system that cost way more than a custom loop but gives you less.

...I now run the original Thermaltake 2 extreme custom loop on one of the 3770 (non-K) in my VM...performing flawlessly as always.....BUT like all such units (incl H220, H100i, Thermaltake etc), the pump is integrated directly into the CPU water block - and I don't actually like that. First, it adds a bit more weight in a vertical position, but far, far more importantly, all these pumps vibrate just a bit - just put your finger on it when they run - and I don't like my CPU die and the pins having a vibrator ( biggrin.gif ) wiggle them all day long. I prefer the idea of the pump being mounted (and rubber insulated) away from the CPU which leaves a much lighter, non-vibrating water block attached to the CPU.

...does Swiftech make great WC components ? Yup, and more than half my custom loop involves Swiftech parts. But Asetek which makes most of the pump / block components for many of the other closed-loop brands out there also has a good track record - and that's what Intel chose for the Intel closed-loop cooler.

I would think that for CPU-only cooling, a closed-loop is the right way for many folks...adding in GPUs however raises a few more red flags, at least if it is more than one. And whether closed-loop or custom-loop, I would think it is better to keep GPU and CPU loops apart, unless you have something like Hokies83 who has so much cooling power in a big system, what with 4x 360 montsa rads and, ahem, VERY MANY fans smile.gif
Edited by Joa3d43 - 3/22/13 at 6:31pm
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Don't cry...4.5ghz 1.4v, 86c air. Not delidded.
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Don't cry...4.5ghz 1.4v, 86c air. Not delidded.

...your new chip you kept at your mother-in-law's place questionmark.gif
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Don't cry...4.5ghz 1.4v, 86c air. Not delidded.
My first 3570 was like that. How's the IMC?
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