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well I'm not 100% on my budget, but it would be up to probably 100$ if it would give better temps then the tx3 I'm using, so I'm thinking the d14 would be a good buy, but I've been reading the 2 point mounting is weird and a pain to mount correctly.
what kind of temps would I be looking at with a d14? anyone currently using one that could ballpark some numbers?

Sorry for the super late reply but ive been super happy with my nh-d14 but really it wont be that big of an improvement over the tx3. Maybe an extra 200mhz or so.

I was actually really happy with the mount. 2 point is better then 4 and much easier to mount. My old hyper212 was 10x as difficult to mount properly i thought the d14 was super easy in comparison and is great quality. Check out my review on it for some more info/opinions.

Although the phanteks ph-tc14pe is a little cheaper usually slightly better performance and comes in multiple colors. No personal exp not sure how good the mounting is but it would likely be a better choice. Either way tho both good choices.
Edited by dmfree88 - 12/29/13 at 1:02pm
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No, the house fire usually takes everything with it smile.gif

actually I think you would kill the motherboard or psu before you would kill the chip. But its the luck of the draw from what ive been told, if the cpu goes, it may take other things along for the ride.

Why would someone want to fry their chip?

You can always give it a nice bump of electrostatic discharge. Balloon+sweater does wonders. biggrin.gif
    
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I have an 8320 with EVO 212 cooler currently running at 4.32 @ 1.425V. Max temps are right at 62C while running Prime 95.

My question is this: Should I leave well enough alone with these clocks, or should I try for more? If I should try for more, what would my next steps be? Bump to 4.4 and see if I pass tests and stay under 62? If 4.4 fails, do I then try to bump the voltage to 1.435 and see if it passes then and stays at 62 or under? Then just continue this cycle repeating until I fail or run too hot?

I'm a noob at this and want to make sure I am going about this the right way.
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I have an 8320 with EVO 212 cooler currently running at 4.32 @ 1.425V. Max temps are right at 62C while running Prime 95.

My question is this: Should I leave well enough alone with these clocks, or should I try for more? If I should try for more, what would my next steps be? Bump to 4.4 and see if I pass tests and stay under 62? If 4.4 fails, do I then try to bump the voltage to 1.435 and see if it passes then and stays at 62 or under? Then just continue this cycle repeating until I fail or run too hot?

I'm a noob at this and want to make sure I am going about this the right way.


woah
the bloody evo biggrin.gif

i wouldnt touch it nomore, or itll be your house that goes lol

i wouldnt even prime it, its just begging to blow

thar she blows captain
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Why would someone want to fry their chip?

You can always give it a nice bump of electrostatic discharge. Balloon+sweater does wonders. biggrin.gif

because aside from the LN2 junkies i don't think anyone has actually killed their Vish (and even at that point some of the LN2 rejects are still bootable but degraded LMAO)
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I have an 8320 with EVO 212 cooler currently running at 4.32 @ 1.425V. Max temps are right at 62C while running Prime 95.

My question is this: Should I leave well enough alone with these clocks, or should I try for more? If I should try for more, what would my next steps be? Bump to 4.4 and see if I pass tests and stay under 62? If 4.4 fails, do I then try to bump the voltage to 1.435 and see if it passes then and stays at 62 or under? Then just continue this cycle repeating until I fail or run too hot?

I'm a noob at this and want to make sure I am going about this the right way.

you sir, need to back away from your bios until you get a proper cooler.. no ifs ands or butts.. you are pretty much at the Vcore limit of that cooler if not slightly past.
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woah
the bloody evo biggrin.gif

i wouldnt touch it nomore, or itll be your house that goes lol

i wouldnt even prime it, its just begging to blow

thar she blows captain

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you sir, need to back away from your bios until you get a proper cooler.. no ifs ands or butts.. you are pretty much at the Vcore limit of that cooler if not slightly past.

I'm not totally following, might be missing on some sarcasm. Is the Hyper 212 EVO not a good (or "proper") cooler? All of the reviews, etc. I read during my research said it was...but I could have been misled by numerous outlets, I guess.

Am I running this CPU too hard? Should I back it off to 4.0 instead of the 4.325? I am more than willing to pull back if it is in my best interest, I just need advice from you all whom know much more than I do.
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I'm not totally following, might be missing on some sarcasm. Is the Hyper 212 EVO not a good (or "proper") cooler? All of the reviews, etc. I read during my research said it was...but I could have been misled by numerous outlets, I guess.

Am I running this CPU too hard? Should I back it off to 4.0 instead of the 4.325? I am more than willing to pull back if it is in my best interest, I just need advice from you all whom know much more than I do.

id stay at 4.3 if ya having high temps with the evo

whoever told u to buy the evo with this cpu should be shot

sorry just my 2cents.gif
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id stay at 4.3 if ya having high temps with the evo

whoever told u to buy the evo with this cpu should be shot

sorry just my 2cents.gif

4.6 on pcpartsbuilder with 488 ratings, 75% 5 starts (6279 ratings) on NewEgg....can it really be that bad? The 8320 is only a midlevel chip, why would I need something that rates out better than this one?

Not doubting your opinion, just new to this and looking to learn.
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4.6 on pcpartsbuilder with 488 ratings, 75% 5 starts (6279 ratings) on NewEgg....can it really be that bad? The 8320 is only a midlevel chip, why would I need something that rates out better than this one?

Not doubting your opinion, just new to this and looking to learn.

Its not about mid-level its about heat dissipation. the 8 cores put out a lot of heat.
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