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I really don't know how that BLCK works. I'm still new in the 1156 overclocking area.

I know alot about oc'ing the quads in 775 socket era lol.

Tips can be appreciated and bios are a little hugely different than i expected. I don't wanna screw things up but yea i'd love to go 4ghz or 3.4
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Anyone know if 100F is a normal temp at load for i5 760? I had a mild overclock.

Stock was 2.80mhz but clocked to 2.89mhz because of my ram timmings i had to manually set them to 1600mhz cuz my motherboard was detecting 1333mhz at boot start up when i first built it.
Just so we're clear you are monitoring your core temps in Fahrenheit and not Celsius? I know it might be a stupid question but most temp programs read in Celsius by default.
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Just so we're clear you are monitoring your core temps in Fahrenheit and not Celsius? I know it might be a stupid question but most temp programs read in Celsius by default.
Aye, that's a good question. It's a whole different ballgame if we're talking 100C. :X
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No no i am reading temps in c of course.. it shows the F on the side..

NOT 100C no lol.

I think it has something to do with my psu. I got a new one here in forums but i can tell he probably used it for a long long time but anyhow the fan has a top exhaust fan and heat rises up to my video card and my H70 wayyy up top of the case thus making my whole temps in my case change. I like it when i had my other psu in the case cuz it has side fans instead of the top and i notice no hitch when playing games. I think it's the airflow that's causing things.

Disappointed cuz it's a Corsair and yet it has a top fan. My case isn't made for psu that can face the psu fan downwards to the floor and i have no tools nor any experience to mod a hole on the bottom.

Trying to decide if i should just set my ram to auto instead o 1600mhz which my ram is setting at at default eventhough my mobo does start at 1333mhz maybe my temps may go lower then again i might just suck it up and swamp my psu back in.

I previously had a 680 watt Apevia and lasted a year.

The one i am running is a Corsair 650.

I'm thinking i liked my apevia cuz my system was cooler and more fluent in gaming too eventhough warranty expired on that one lol. Lasted a good year though.

Reason why i got a corsair is cuz the 12v rail Then again.. i am very NIT PICKY about temps and i like lower temps. I don't wanna see 2 or 3 skips or lag when playing just because of heat. I want a smooth system. Advice?

Swamp back the psu or make adjustments in bios?
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I already have the h50, would a h70 give me any major upgrade?
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No no i am reading temps in c of course.. it shows the F on the side..

NOT 100C no lol.

Disappointed cuz it's a Corsair and yet it has a top fan. My case isn't made for psu that can face the psu fan downwards to the floor and i have no tools nor any experience to mod a hole on the bottom.
Why not mount the Corsair upside down so the fan is on the top and sucking air out of the your case? Power supply fans don't blow air out the suck air in and exhaust it out of the case.
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Really? You sure? Cuz i don't have a vent hole on the bottom of my case. I thought if you did that it would overheat the power supply? Please clarify before i attempt this.
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I already have the h50, would a h70 give me any major upgrade?
Cant see the difference being major .. You will get better temps if you have it in the same push pull setup but not 10c less .
    
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Actually the H70 brings better temps and takes heat faster than the H50 because the rad is thicker. Both are good imo. CHOOSE WISELY Indiana
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Really? You sure? Cuz i don't have a vent hole on the bottom of my case. I thought if you did that it would overheat the power supply? Please clarify before i attempt this.
He means that a PSU, whether it sucks air in at the bottom, or in at the top, exhausts it out the back of the case, not into the case. It's not a top exhaust, it's a top intake.

Therefore there shouldn't be much "rising heat" from a PSU anyway.
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