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post #41 of 85
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

You need to check your cooler and make sure it is on correctly and the fan is working. You should not have those temps with that cooler at that speed and voltage. You should be in the 70s or low 80s at 4.5 and under 1.3V.

H100 isn't as good as you make it out to be really, the good air coolers can even beat it, closed loops are never that good so I wouldn't expect skyhigh clocks on a 3570K with H100 without delidding.

But reseating it doesn't really hurt, can never be too sure (Reseated my CPU block like 50 times...)
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post #42 of 85
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

H100 isn't as good as you make it out to be really, the good air coolers can even beat it, closed loops are never that good so I wouldn't expect skyhigh clocks on a 3570K with H100 without delidding.

But reseating it doesn't really hurt, can never be too sure (Reseated my CPU block like 50 times...)
I haven't heard a good review yet on the h100. LoL. Definitely better air coolers out there for the money.
post #43 of 85
I have a nhd14 and h100 I use the d14 now put h100 produced same load temps but under gaming and everyday use the d14 keeps it 5c cooler in short both are fine and yes I still had to.delis too
post #44 of 85
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

H100 isn't as good as you make it out to be really, the good air coolers can even beat it, closed loops are never that good so I wouldn't expect skyhigh clocks on a 3570K with H100 without delidding.

But reseating it doesn't really hurt, can never be too sure (Reseated my CPU block like 50 times...)

Was that quote meant for someone else? I've never advocated H100s - I think they are too expensive for the performance.

The OP has a 212+ EVO, according to the first post, unless I missed an update somewhere in the thread.
post #45 of 85
your right he has an evo.

i dont understand how his temps are so high. my chip needs 1.264 (its 1.28 but i have abit of vdroop) and my Highest core hits 70C and all the others are 62-65C.

i would try taking off the cooler and seeing f it was properly installed and reapply some good thermal paste on it.
post #46 of 85
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Originally Posted by cicero8 View Post

your right he has an evo.

i dont understand how his temps are so high. my chip needs 1.264 (its 1.28 but i have abit of vdroop) and my Highest core hits 70C and all the others are 62-65C.

i would try taking off the cooler and seeing f it was properly installed and reapply some good thermal paste on it.

sometimes it's just the silicons properties guys. also the thermal paste has changed over the last fews months a few times. no idea why. but the distance because of the glue holding the IHS down changes as well. usually 1.3 when testing gets those temps hence why I suggested 1.3v only rolleyes.gif
post #47 of 85
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guys..................i'm back with new result..............
now i'm really serious about this...............

multiplier 44 with 1.250v
temp-97:103:96:97
ran p95 about 13 hour

something is bad happening

i also checked my 212 evo as forceman said........................it workin fine...............
i reapplied thermal compound and set my evo.........but this time i change the side of the fan....towards the case...........................

what should i do now try with 1.205v?
post #48 of 85
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Originally Posted by blazetro View Post

guys..................i'm back with new result..............
now i'm really serious about this...............

multiplier 44 with 1.250v
temp-97:103:96:97
ran p95 about 13 hour

something is bad happening

i also checked my 212 evo as forceman said........................it workin fine...............
i reapplied thermal compound and set my evo.........but this time i change the side of the fan....towards the case...........................

what should i do now try with 1.205v?

Those temps are fine because you will never get anywhere near them under regular usage, just go play BF3 or something and see for yourself, your temps will be more than fine.
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post #49 of 85
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

Those temps are fine because you will never get anywhere near them under regular usage, just go play BF3 or something and see for yourself, your temps will be more than fine.

They are still way to high for my liking. I know every chip is different but my new chip can do 4.7 at 1.23 vcore and run IBT for 100 runs and stay under 80C. (Quick and dirty OC) but I got 5Ghz at 1.43 vcore... that would push my H100s thermal limits though. Your temps aren't okay in my opinion... there are times where cpu demand kicks in and temps shoot up, take that into account there. So basically try to tone down to 4.3 and shave some vcore off. Or get a better cooler.
post #50 of 85
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Originally Posted by Valgaur View Post

They are still way to high for my liking. I know every chip is different but my new chip can do 4.7 at 1.23 vcore and run IBT for 100 runs and stay under 80C. (Quick and dirty OC) but I got 5Ghz at 1.43 vcore... that would push my H100s thermal limits though. Your temps aren't okay in my opinion... there are times where cpu demand kicks in and temps shoot up, take that into account there. So basically try to tone down to 4.3 and shave some vcore off. Or get a better cooler.

With my old Thermalright TrueSpirit I wold get just under TJMax temps on my 2500K with 10 runs of Standard (something like 96-97C, TJMax is 98C).

And it would NEVER break 65C under any normal use, be it BF3, Metro, FC3 or anything else "normal" that you can throw at it.

He will never break 70-75C under normal usage with those stress temps and that is more than acceptable.

Prime/IBT are both very extreme cases, IBT even more than Prime, that should never be considered normal load temps.
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