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post #991 of 20766
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lol, with those voltages you should be at 4.5 at least, lol.

Lol yea it looked really bad. I tried the asus CPU level up to automatically overclock my CPU to 4.6 But I got a little nervous and when... well tried to go back to stock speeds. Is it better to overclock the CPU yourself instead of trying to do it it the lazy way? lol
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Can I control the Helix fans with this controller?

http://www.amazon.com/SENTRY-Touch-Screen-Fan-Controller/dp/B002L16OMO
     
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Hey Bryan. Is it safe to connect the pump power line directly to the motherboard CPU fan header?
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Hey Bryan. Is it safe to connect the pump power line directly to the motherboard CPU fan header?
Thanks.

yes. At max power the pump pulls about .5A. most pwm headers for CPU fans go up to 1A. Mine is set up that way without any problems. Look at your mobo manual for specifics.
 
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post #995 of 20766
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Lol yea it looked really bad. I tried the asus CPU level up to automatically overclock my CPU to 4.6 But I got a little nervous and when... well tried to go back to stock speeds. Is it better to overclock the CPU yourself instead of trying to do it it the lazy way? lol

Oh yes.

Stock voltage with no offset on that board, you should be hitting 4.2 / 4.3 just by upping the turbo multiplier for all cores.
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post #996 of 20766
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yes. At max power the pump pulls about .5A. most pwm headers for CPU fans go up to 1A. Mine is set up that way without any problems. Look at your mobo manual for specifics.

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post #997 of 20766
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Hey guys, I'm getting high temps on my 3770k at stock speeds. I don't know what im actually doing wrong. My first cooler was an H100i. Noticed that my temps on full load would reach around 78C. I thought I might have received a bad unit. So I ordered an H220 and i set it up with 2 Noctua NF-F12 for maximum performance. Needless to say the temps are still high. Iv'e reapplied TIM twice on both units to make sure it was ok but nothing changes.

In the pictures I was using the H220. So please any advice would be greatly appreciated. Oh forgot to mention I'm running the pump and fans at full speed. Crazy how quiet the fans can be. So you guys think I might have a bad CPU? Haven't even tried to overclock it yet sad-smiley-002.gif Last note! This is my first computer build so I'm trying to learn from my mistakes as much as possible redface.gif

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.
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post #998 of 20766
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Hey Bryan. Is it safe to connect the pump power line directly to the motherboard CPU fan header?
Thanks.

Yes it is, that shouldn't be a problem.
post #999 of 20766
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Can I control the Helix fans with this controller?

http://www.amazon.com/SENTRY-Touch-Screen-Fan-Controller/dp/B002L16OMO

In looking into it I don't think that controller has true PWM functionality. It will therefore control our PWM fans through voltage regulation which isn't good for them. This controller doesn't even have four pin connectors for PWM fans. It will work fine though if you use it with our non-PWM fans.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 3/27/13 at 3:52pm
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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.

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.
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