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Hi just like the title says running a 4770k at stock voltage 1.100 and using the stock heatsink with the pre-applied paste. In the screen shot I took was only running prime for a few test and already throttling down from boost speed frown.gif .

I don't want to hear about delliding, just wondering if this is eligible for a RMA.


Oops forgot the screenshot smile.gif
Edited by Betakaiser - 9/24/13 at 2:35am
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Did you take the plastic cover off of the H100 block? What thermal paste did you use/how did you apply it?

It's only RMA worthy if you eliminate the possible situation of a bad cooler mount.
    
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I'm not using the h100i I returned it faulty pump I'm using what the fine people at intel provide stock with pre-applied paste.

BTW Smokin if you read the post which was not long I said stock heatsink how much more blunt do I have to be smile.gif.
Edited by Betakaiser - 9/24/13 at 2:51am
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I actually thought running Prime on a stock clocked Haswell with the stock cooler would overheat. The stock heatsink is just not capable of dissipating the heat of that chip under Prime.
    
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I actually thought running Prime on a stock clocked Haswell with the stock cooler would overheat. The stock heatsink is just not capable of dissipating the heat of that chip under Prime.

Yeah I'm some what aware of it being a stock cooler on prime but my h100i temp when it was working and this was 8 reseats to get a average of temps for it was in the 90s on prime tests.
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My ivy bridge thermal throttled on stock settings and stock cooler. I don't think you'll get an RMA, as normal usage it'll never throttle.

Wouldn't hurt to just call and ask though.
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But you also said your H100 had a bad pump and had been returned so unless you can get your hands on some other cooler, I don't think there is anyway to say there is anything wrong with the chip. Without sufficient cooling these things tend to be hot chips out of the box and right now, you do not have sufficient cooling to test with.
    
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But you also said your H100 had a bad pump and had been returned so unless you can get your hands on some other cooler, I don't think there is anyway to say there is anything wrong with the chip. Without sufficient cooling these things tend to be hot chips out of the box and right now, you do not have sufficient cooling to test with.

Still pretty bad for a company to even supply the darn thing if it won't cool under heavy loads. But this is what happens when they don't have competition, feels like my old prescott cpu with these temps smile.gif .
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Firstly test the cpu if you can boot at 4,6Ghz@1,2-1,25v and if not then call them to make complains. It may be a good chip that will be returned for no reason. You are not going to use stock hsf anyway.
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I'm not using the h100i I returned it faulty pump I'm using what the fine people at intel provide stock with pre-applied paste.

BTW Smokin if you read the post which was not long I said stock heatsink how much more blunt do I have to be smile.gif.

Apologies, I misread. redface.gif

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Firstly test the cpu if you can boot at 4,6Ghz@1,2-1,25v and if not then call them to make complains. It may be a good chip that will be returned for no reason. You are not going to use stock hsf anyway.

If it hits 100C at stock overclocking might kill the chip, and a chips overclockability has nothing to do with whether or not it's faulty.
    
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