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Im overclocking to 4.5GHz on my i5 and prime 95 would say a worker stopped working. i assume it means its at an unstable overclock. Ive tried 1.3v and the id last about 4 mins in windows and it would crash.

i tried 1.325v and it lasted for a week but i just ran another stress test and it stopped working.

Im now running a 1.33v and the temps are 70degrees at full load. Is this bad?
post #2 of 25
What kind of cooler are you using?
post #3 of 25
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Im overclocking to 4.5GHz on my i5 and prime 95 would say a worker stopped working. i assume it means its at an unstable overclock. Ive tried 1.3v and the id last about 4 mins in windows and it would crash.
i tried 1.325v and it lasted for a week but i just ran another stress test and it stopped working.
Im now running a 1.33v and the temps are 70degrees at full load. Is this bad?

How long did you let it run at full load to determine it's 70 degrees?
     
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h100 with sp120s on a pull config
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How long did you let it run at full load to determine it's 70 degrees?

goes there almost instantly and all the temps average around 70
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Case and airflow? My 2500k was running at 4.6GHz and it's at 75c full load. A lot of people say the 3570k runs hotter than a 2500k
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Originally Posted by SaltyBienz View Post

goes there almost instantly and all the temps average around 70

Temps will increase. You have to let it burn longer until it stops going up, to see what the real load temps are.


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Case and airflow? My 2500k was running at 4.6GHz and it's at 75c full load. A lot of people say the 3570k runs hotter than a 2500k

Yes, MUCH hotter.
Edited by EpicAMDGamer - 12/31/12 at 9:10pm
     
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Case and airflow? My 2500k was running at 4.6GHz and it's at 75c full load. A lot of people say the 3570k runs hotter than a 2500k

i have intake on front, 2 drive bay intake, 1 200mm on side of case with intake. 2 sp120s pulling air out of case through radiator(hot air from gpu goes out the back), and 1 140 on back with out take
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Temps will increase. You have to let it burn longer until it stops going up, to see what the real load temps are.

all went up 2 degrees after an hour
post #10 of 25
Have you tried re-seating the block and re-applying thermal paste? I'm using a H100 with stock fans also, I wonder why your CPU is hotter than mine even though I'm .4GHz higher than you. What paste are you using?
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