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Maybe others can chime in but if your not throttling lowering temps arent going to let you lower vcore these chips handle their heat well especially since a stock intel heat sink typically reaches 90c in stress testing at stock clocks i dont see how that is possible and i dont believe you have yested anything prime95 24 hours yet so you never knew what was stable yet correct me with a screen shot if i am wrong
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Stock clocks at 90c is not the same as 4.5 GHz at 90c the higher clocks are where temp becomes a factor in stability.
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Stock clocks at 90c is not the same as 4.5 GHz at 90c the higher clocks are where temp becomes a factor in stability.
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not bad for water cooling here is mine on air


Do you have the batch number of your chip? I'm guessing there is a letter A in the middle of it?
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i7 3770K Maxium v Formula Palit GTX670 Jetstream Palit GTX670 Jetstream 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
XMS Vertex 4 Seragate Barracuda Seragate Barracuda 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Pioneer Blu-ray XSPC XP240 Alphacool 5.25" Res D5 Pump 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK Comp Fittings PrimoChill PrimoFlex Advanced LRT Red Koolance Drain Plug Bitspower temp sensor 
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150" Projector Screen (Blackout Blind) CYBORGE 7 OCZ 1250w Thermaltake Level 10 GT 
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Do you have the batch number of your chip? I'm guessing there is a letter A in the middle of it?
You are correct i am not at home but i think its 3232a
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