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Originally Posted by jlaw3x7 View Post

Please review my build log - http://www.overclock.net/t/1428193/build-log-dark-phantom-nzxt-phantom-410-haswell-4770k-h110-cooler-overclock-delid. I am getting high temps even with my H110. Do I have a "bad" CPU? Should I ask MicroCenter to swap it for another?

If its stable you are fine, these are 'normal' temps. your 4600 is 'good' on Haswell, lots of people have lower clockable cpu's and it depends a lot which stress test you use for your temps.

Intel recommends XTU or Aida64 for stress testing, XTU = Extreme Tuning Utility , its made by Intel.

'Haswell' is not like any previous CPU, mostly because it has got more intergrated on the CPU that needs more tuning and creates more heat frown.gif On the other side, its a lot of fun to have to work on a stable overclock in my opinion.
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Originally Posted by nielsiecnos View Post

If its stable you are fine, these are 'normal' temps. your 4600 is 'good' on Haswell, lots of people have lower clockable cpu's and it depends a lot which stress test you use for your temps.

Intel recommends XTU or Aida64 for stress testing, XTU = Extreme Tuning Utility , its made by Intel.

'Haswell' is not like any previous CPU, mostly because it has got more intergrated on the CPU that needs more tuning and creates more heat frown.gif On the other side, its a lot of fun to have to work on a stable overclock in my opinion.

of course but XTU or Aida64 are useless to check stability
a lot of users can run stable Aida64 or XTU to see later that their systems crash under x264

I think that the only way to check the real stability is the old school, prime95 o linx.

In my case, my 4770k can run prime95 @ 4500 easy in AVX1, but due to temp and voltage I can't run linx 0.6.5 or prime95 28

@ 4400 I need rise up by 21mV my vCore to pass linx 0.6.5... but It can pass Aida64 @ 4600 with the same voltage, so...
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Originally Posted by jlaw3x7 View Post

Please review my build log - http://www.overclock.net/t/1428193/build-log-dark-phantom-nzxt-phantom-410-haswell-4770k-h110-cooler-overclock-delid. I am getting high temps even with my H110. Do I have a "bad" CPU? Should I ask MicroCenter to swap it for another?

93c is a normal temp for avx synthetic loads with 1.3vcore. If you want, go test with x264 or some other real world use of avx - you can access it easily/simply from x264 bench 5.0.1
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Hay,
Would be a Corsair h60 enough to cool a i5 4670k @ 4,5ghz (1.2v).....? (H100 and h80i are to big for my Case..)

Depends on the load
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I've let it go stock man biggrin.gif
just set my ram to XMP and did nothing more; it gave me weird BSOD's and non of them were given a second time, all random other reasons. most tend to say its related about CPU and power and etc but its quite boring to get BSOD's randomly
 
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of course but XTU or Aida64 are useless to check stability
a lot of users can run stable Aida64 or XTU to see later that their systems crash under x264

Try the XTU benchmark instead of the stress test. It seems to be much more stressful. I haven't had any problems passing x264 with XTU bench stable settings, actually I've failed the XTU bench with settings that do pass x264 testing.
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of course but XTU or Aida64 are useless to check stability
a lot of users can run stable Aida64 or XTU to see later that their systems crash under x264

I think that the only way to check the real stability is the old school, prime95 o linx.

In my case, my 4770k can run prime95 @ 4500 easy in AVX1, but due to temp and voltage I can't run linx 0.6.5 or prime95 28

@ 4400 I need rise up by 21mV my vCore to pass linx 0.6.5... but It can pass Aida64 @ 4600 with the same voltage, so...

How did you stress with XTU? The way to go for me was first get CPU freq you want stable for 8 hours on XTU(rest on default, uncore 35 Ghz mem@1333), when your stable, get your Uncore 1:1 stable for 8 hours with XTU, if thats all stable with the best Voltages get your memory stable, and test 8 hours XTU, if you done that. your are sollid as a rock, trust me smile.gif

also on x264...
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is it possible that the XMP profiles are so restricted i cant even change timings?
OOB was 9-10-9-27 and i tried to make 9-9-9-27 and it didnt even go past the bios screen lol
and dominator GTs were sold as great overclockers and was the top ram back in the day (still is for the good part lol)

XMP is for people who don't set speed & timings manually, like an auto setting for overclocked memory. For higher speed or changing timings, go manual.
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Try the XTU benchmark instead of the stress test. It seems to be much more stressful. I haven't had any problems passing x264 with XTU bench stable settings, actually I've failed the XTU bench with settings that do pass x264 testing.

This! I tested a new cpu with the xtu benchmark before starting it up folding, adjusted voltages until it passed the XTU bench twice, been running 100% load folding for 20 days + since then without a hiccup, took less than 15 minutes of stability testing.
    
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XMP is for people who don't set speed & timings manually, like an auto setting for overclocked memory. For higher speed or changing timings, go manual.
This! I tested a new cpu with the xtu benchmark before starting it up folding, adjusted voltages until it passed the XTU bench twice, been running 100% load folding for 20 days + since then without a hiccup, took less than 15 minutes of stability testing.

I've reverted back to stock lol
random BSOD's plus theres lots of stuff to be changed to have a stable clock.
miss the AMD days when i just changed the 200mhz to something like 230mhz and set the voltage to 1.3V and just rolled on
 
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How did you stress with XTU? The way to go for me was first get CPU freq you want stable for 8 hours on XTU(rest on default, uncore 35 Ghz mem@1333), when your stable, get your Uncore 1:1 stable for 8 hours with XTU, if thats all stable with the best Voltages get your memory stable, and test 8 hours XTU, if you done that. your are sollid as a rock, trust me smile.gif

also on x264...

My ring si stable, it can pass all, But xtu needs less volt that prime95v28 or linx0.6.5, anyway the point is that it Must run all as stock therefore I keep Linx 0.6.5 and prime 95v28 as standard

Anyway, my 4770k isn't able to run stable 1:1... My cache starts to wall at 4300, after that I haven't found stability and from 4200 to 4300 I need add 0.1v of vring. 4400/4200 isn't bad(with RAM @ 2133)
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Hello guys. I'm stable at 4.2ghz 1.215v but I know I can go higher Prime95 temps only around 75. But when I go for the 4.5 with 1.350v I can't get stable. I'm only messing with Vcore and Multiplier. People talking about uncore or something like that what is this? I'm kinda noob at cpu overclocking it's not like gpu. I appreciate every help.

BTW I run my rams on stock voltage 1.5v and stock speeds. So it's cpu related.
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