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Originally Posted by Brannigans Law View Post

Now that i reset my CMOS and got rid of that high voltage everything is looking really good! Now the 3770k looks normal at stock speeds. Well ill let you guys tell me if it looks normal lol.

Here's on full load.


And here's on idle after the test.


So you guys think its safe now to start my great adventure of overclocking my 3770k? I'm aiming at 4.6 or 4.7. What should be the normal temps for those clocks? I'll be running an H220 with 2x nf-12 fans in push configuration. And thanks again everybody.
Even 60s seem really high to me. You should be in lower 50s. Check the backplate.

What is your ambient temp?
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post #1002 of 20767
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Now that i reset my CMOS and got rid of that high voltage everything is looking really good! Now the 3770k looks normal at stock speeds. Well ill let you guys tell me if it looks normal lol.

So you guys think its safe now to start my great adventure of overclocking my 3770k? I'm aiming at 4.6 or 4.7. What should be the normal temps for those clocks? I'll be running an H220 with 2x nf-12 fans in push configuration. And thanks again everybody.
Much better now. Can’t say normal temps for a multiplier alone, it depends on what voltage you need. Depending on your luck with your particular chip you may be able to do 4.8 easily, or not at all. No one knows until you test it. Start with 4.5 at most, and follow the guide I linked before and you will be ok. As an example one chip did 4.7 at 1.35 and had max temps in the 88c range, those are pre delid temps. I would flash the bios in the first post linked below before starting your oc adventure, it should address the current bios bug.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?31183-M5-1707-bioses
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Hey anyone know if the 2011 back plate of the apogee DII is the same as the 1155/1156? I might consider buying a AP2 but it comes with a 2011 socket my cpu is 1155. Someone is offering me one brand new fairly cheap. I looked at the pictures and 2011 looks the same as 1155 on swiftech website. rolleyes.gif

http://www.swiftech.com/apogeedrive2.aspx

Worried with so many h220 failing pumps i might just cough up the extra cash and go full Custom.
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Aside from the other suggestions, check that you put the backplate on right. It has a cutout on the backplate that is supposed to go around the two screws that are part of the latching mechanism for the CPU. If you dont, it can effect the pressure of the mount.

Yea my backplate is correct. An temperature umm I dont have anything to tell me that. checking the weather though it's 18C outside and sunny. My room always gets hit by the sun in the afternoon and it gets really warm even though is cool outside. So I would estimate to be around 23C inside?
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post #1005 of 20767
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Much better now. Can’t say normal temps for a multiplier alone, it depends on what voltage you need. Depending on your luck with your particular chip you may be able to do 4.8 easily, or not at all. No one knows until you test it. Start with 4.5 at most, and follow the guide I linked before and you will be ok. As an example one chip did 4.7 at 1.35 and had max temps in the 88c range, those are pre delid temps. I would flash the bios in the first post linked below before starting your oc adventure, it should address the current bios bug.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?31183-M5-1707-bioses

Thanks for everything dude! I'll follow the links you showed me and make sure I'm completely ready to start over clocking.
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OK guys. I'm fully functional!!! thumb.gif Finally got some pics.






Last shot through the window.



Gonna do some temp tests next. Idling at 29/30C right now. 3930k
 
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IBT results on the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro @ 4.7ghz - 1.392v
Standard Test
74 70 73 72 72 74

IBT results on Swiftech h220 @ 4.7ghz - 1.392v
Standard Test
65 63 64 61 64 67
 
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IBT results on the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro @ 4.7ghz - 1.392v
Standard Test
74 70 73 72 72 74

IBT results on Swiftech h220 @ 4.7ghz - 1.392v
Standard Test
65 63 64 61 64 67

an average 8.5 degrees Celcius is srs business between the two, how were the fan profiles set up on both tests.
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an average 8.5 degrees Celcius is srs business between the two, how were the fan profiles set up on both tests.

Profiles were both set on standard.
 
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