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Yeah well I got BSOD at 1.210 anyways :/

With BIOS setting at 1.215 and Intel Burn Test doing 20 runs at the "high" stress level, core temp says the maximum any core reached was 83 on Core 1, with core 0 being 75. So temps are 75-83-81-76 at peak peak peak load during 20 runs of IBT high stress level at 4.5Ghz/1.215v with H100i only on 'performance' fan setting

Can I consider this both stable and good temps?

well, 100% stability is never a reality with OC'ing. If it's unstable, ideally it will crap out within a few minutes-few hours. Could BSOD one day in a year or so though.

But if you're able to run Prime95 for a good 2-4 hours (people disagree on the time), then I generally find it pretty stable.

For torture testing, go ahead and rev up the fans inside, just to keep the temps in check during this "abnormal" system load.
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I am currently running my 3770K at 4700 - 1.216 Medium LLC, Delidded and watercooled, max temp 60 degrees.

Ran Prime95 for 24 hours and ran 100 passes of IBT, no crash! Also been playing and using the PC normally for a week now without problems. Is this any good for a 3770K? Batch L248C112 (Malaysia)
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Mine blows. 4.3 @ 1.28-1.3v on H100 and cores are 80ish.

Pushing it up to 4.4 requires >1.3v and the temps go mental.

Not happy!
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Hmm..delidding sounds awesome but also hard
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