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Hi guys,

I am new in OCN and glad to be here.

I just bought a 4770k which I was planning to Delid, although I dont want to overclock it passed 4.2-4.4 Ghz.

I currently have it on 40x - 4.0Ghz and its running after 15hours of Prime 95 with this temps on 100% Load:

All Cores Average around 64 Celcius under Full Load and Max peak was 67 Celcius.


My Question is - If I squeeze it a bit more to 4.2 or 4.4 will I see temps go above 80 Celcius? and if it gets to that, should I delid?

Is there such a big performance difference between 4.2 and 4.4 Ghz that would be worth the extra rise on Temps?


Thanks again in Advance -

BTW am running on a CoolerMater V8 GTS cpu cooler on a MSI Mpower Max and OCd using the OC genie buttons.


Cheers,

CheckMat3
Edited by CheckMat3 - 9/27/13 at 11:16am
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V8 is not a very good cooler..I'd try a better cooler 1st..
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835214023&nm_mc=OTC-Froogle&cm_mmc=OTC-Froogle-_-CPU+Cooling-_-Enermax-_-35214023

This one's supposed to be good smile.gif
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The difference between 4.2 and 4.4ghz wont be very noticeable, it depends what your doing with it though. Certainly on games it wont make much of a difference if any.

Also 80C is fine temps for haswell ,its when you see the temps shoot up to 90C+ that you need to consider delidding.
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Very true, but its a proven fact, the cooler you can get the CPU, the less voltage it will need for said MHz
     
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Very true, but its a proven fact, the cooler you can get the CPU, the less voltage it will need for said MHz

That's pretty much only the case with subzero.
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That's pretty much only the case with subzero.

This, I've never really been able to use less voltage for a given clock with delidding or going air --> water, but going from temps on the positive side to -40° or colder does make a difference.
A bit of a voltage drop may be possible without sub-zero temps, but not something anyone can count on, it would be pretty lucky.
    
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Thanks everyone for the help I appreciate it.

BTW the V8 GTS aint that bad, maybe its performance isn't what it could or should be for the price, but since I knew I wasn't going to OC it to the bone I bought it, more for looks and decent cooling than anything else. I'll post some pics so you guys can see it.

After reading your posts I think am going to stay still in 4.2 till further notice.

thanks again,
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