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Do these temps seem a bit...high for a de-lid 3770k?

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Hey guys,

I already know I received a dud 3770k OC wise. I am currently sitting on 1.215v for 4.3 ghz. I ran Intel burn test for one pass and my max temp was about 85 degrees C. I was not exactly confident in my thermal paste application, I bought the chip used pre-de-lidded.

It is sort of warm in my room right now, but I am running an H100i with 2 scythe GT AP-15's in Push/pull.

Just curious if I should re apply the TIM on the block of my h100i? I feel like these temps are way to high for a de-lidded chip

My idle temps range from 33-.28 depending on which core it is.

Corsair link is reporting my water temp to be 30 degrees C which is pretty hot..86 degrees F.
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post #2 of 7
Sounds to.me like you need to.redu the thermal past on the die
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Do you mean take apart the processor itself and re-do the TIM on the actual processor? Or the paste on the h100i block itself?

Thanks for the quick response :-)
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If I were you I'd reapply both of the TIMs. Remember to use CLU on die. Btw you should run your h100i's fans in push or pull only if you have only 2 fans.
     
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I picked up some CL pro...sadly to late to cancel now and buy the ultra. Probably just as good from what I read, right?.

I have 4 fans total. Two on each side. You think I should give up two of them and just do a push or pull only?

I believe the previous owner MX4'd the die, so that would explain the temps.
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post #6 of 7
Pro is harder to spread, other than that ... meh. I think
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post #7 of 7
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Re ran the test for a bit today. Topped out around 72 degrees today. Room was just really hot last night when i tested apparently.
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