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Hyper 212 has no place on Haswell ^.^

It's good budget cooler for stuff with good heat transfer, sandy bridge or an fx6300 etc

It's fine for a mild OC or something who has already spent too much and can't afford a better cooler now.
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Proof is overrated. buttkick.gif  helpinghand.gif  gunner2.gif

Then document me down for 9001 Jiggahertz.
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75C doing what?

My regular gaming usage, ie CSGO. I already hit 72-74C with 27-28C ambients on the stock cooler and my voltage. Prime and stuff takes it much higher, like 85-90C.
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27C ambient? Gah, I only feel comfortable at like 23C ambient... I don't get how you guys do it.
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27C ambient? Gah, I only feel comfortable at like 23C ambient... I don't get how you guys do it.

I guess I'm just used to it. It's actually cooler than normal. During the summer, ambients go up to 31C before I decide to turn on the A/C.

Either way, hardly matters. More or less, we're just used to it since the temp range here is much higher than in Tennessee. smile.gif
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Because now hwinfo going crazy...it say max core Speed 155536 MHz ,PCIe clock 405 MHz and so on...on stock CPU Speer 3800 MHz

Can you give me some pcie and core Mhz when my are dropping? biggrin.gif
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Fwiw I found the higher the vcore the larger the gap needed between vcore and vrin (beyond .4)
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^This!
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It's not necessary to run adaptive when you're just browsing or idle. Enabling the various C-States ( C7 if your PSU doesn't crash in the deep sleep ) drops the voltages and clockspeeds along with EIST, even when overclocked. My OC goes up to 4.2 Ghz, but for idle and such it's somewhere between 800 and 1600mhz.
I hate BSODs while gaming. But I also realized that bumping up the voltages really help while gaming. As in, if I BSOD while playing my favorite game, bump up the voltages just a tiny bit for VCore. Maybe vRING if I feel I'm running too low a voltage. And after my last BSOD, I bumped up the VCore just a tiny bit and I haven't had another bluescreen while gaming since then.

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Haha I would, but I don't think my chip is that great. I can boot into 4.7 with 1.35v but sadly don't have the cooling power for anything over 1.2v. Especially if I want to keep my temps under 75C. That Intel stock cooler is misery. Thinking of a Hyper 212X or Evo soon, depending on availability and pricing.

Can't recommend a Phanteks enough for air!
post #4729 of 19539
I've had x45 stable for a few months now on 1.32vcore.
Got a bit restless and decided to seek a new fronteer.
For now it seems like x47 at 1.45vcore.

Question:
Would you run at that vcore? or stick to x45... I've no rational reason to have x47 or x45 other than I want to have it higher... just worried about the damage long term. It's under wanter. x264 maxes out at 80C.
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I personally wouldn't run 200MHz up with that much Vcore increase daily. Mainly because we don't know the true "safe" voltages for Haswell right now. Until we do, I'd suggest just keeping it at x45 for 24/7.
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