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hey peeps,

I was messing around with oc'ing my i7-3770k to around 4.6 and I'm getting really high temps of mid 90's with the Evo 212+(temp. until my H220 arrives). I notice that my cooling tower still can be wiggled (very lightly). Do I need to tighten it more? or do I have to put less thermal paste (using very little though). I think I've tighten it pretty good cause I can start to see my mobo bow a little.

Thanks.

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Gigabyte 7950 OC'd
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Samsung Pro 256gb SSD
Corsair ax860i PSU
Corsair 800d

you could try a reseat if you like. but IMO you have hit the mark where your CPU is running hot like IB does. they do tend to wiggle slightly so i doubt that is the problem. how are your temps at 4.4 - 4.5GHz?
 
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4.6 is a pretty good clock so I'm assuming you're running somewhere around 1.25v+. If your ambient temps are fairly high and case flow fairly low, I could see it running that hot. When was the last time the heatsink was cleaned (when I switched over to the Intel, I couldnt believe how dirty mine was!)?
    
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you could try a reseat if you like. but IMO you have hit the mark where your CPU is running hot like IB does. they do tend to wiggle slightly so i doubt that is the problem. how are your temps at 4.4 - 4.5GHz?

I will try it after I put my rig back together (installing LED's)
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Originally Posted by madweazl View Post

4.6 is a pretty good clock so I'm assuming you're running somewhere around 1.25v+. If your ambient temps are fairly high and case flow fairly low, I could see it running that hot. When was the last time the heatsink was cleaned (when I switched over to the Intel, I couldnt believe how dirty mine was!)?

I was using asus turbo evo overclock utility. I didn't check if the utility raised the voltage or not. Brand new build so everything is pretty clean. Ambient temps. are very good. They hover around 30-35 and on game load its around 60-65. (at default clocks)
post #5504 of 6341
I just got the hyper 212+ to replace my freezer pro 7 rev. 2 and it seems to have dropped my cpu temps about 5 or 6c idle and maybe 10c full load.
post #5505 of 6341
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I just got the hyper 212+ to replace my freezer pro 7 rev. 2 and it seems to have dropped my cpu temps about 5 or 6c idle and maybe 10c full load.


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Hello guys,
I'm planing to buy the Hyper 212 evo and I'd like to ask for help with the setup of case air flow and evo's push/pull. Here is is the hardware specs:
Case: CM 371
ASUS M5A97
AMD FX8120 (125W)
2X4GB HyperX 1333Mhz
Nvidia Palit GTX 650 2GB

I'm using the following fans:
2x Gentle Typhoon (D1225C12B4AP-14) - 1450 rpm ( 85 m³/h)
1x Scythe ULTRA KAZE (DFS123812L-1000) - 1000 rpm (44,44 CFM)
Standard cpu fan from AMD
Temperature in room: 10C

I want to setup push/pull config for the evo and continue to use my Scythe fans which are almost new (used 7 months with moderate load). Can I use the two GT for the push/pull? or they are not enough powerfull. If not powerful enough,will 2x CM SickleFlow do the job? I live in Bulgaria so I guess I'll be buying the evo's EU version.

Which would be better: 212 evo + pair of CM SickleFlow or 412 slim?

Why buy 212 evo?
I'm currently playing Guild Wars 2 and after 10mins temperature goes to 54-56C (Asus AI suite) under 20% load (windows task manager) which I think is ... bad bad:). I will probably OC a little, say from 3.1 to 3.4, but my main goal is to get the lowest temp possible and quietest ambiance without making too many new purchases.

Thank you in advance
Edited by Kahlanr - 2/16/13 at 1:12pm
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Has anyone here got a FX6300, Has anyoned tried to OC it yet and how far did you go?

this is the oc on my fx 6100

post #5508 of 6341
I see many of you people here are using Cooler Master Sickleflow fans on your 212s. I have one and I want to break it, they are so darn loud it's like a jet engine, literally. Some of you people even have it in push pull, how do you stand the noise? Anyone have any fan recommendations for me since my 212 fan died and I need a replacement.
post #5509 of 6341
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I see many of you people here are using Cooler Master Sickleflow fans on your 212s. I have one and I want to break it, they are so darn loud it's like a jet engine, literally. Some of you people even have it in push pull, how do you stand the noise? Anyone have any fan recommendations for me since my 212 fan died and I need a replacement.

Well the noise level is subjective and there's people that don't border with the noise.

The Sickeflow is a 3-pin fan and it's just loud running at max 2000 rpm.

Some Gigabyte's or ASRock's boards can control 3-pin fans hooked in the CPU FAN.
3-pin fans should run at full blast if the CPU Fan header can't control them.

Both the 212+ stock fan Blademaster and 212 stock fan XtraFlo non led are 4-pin PWM fans.
They're loud at higher speeds but the noise should be not a problem while you have them spinning at lower speeds.

I would say both fans are pretty quiet at 1000 rpm - 1200 rpm.
I also would say the Blademaster seems quieter than the XtraFlo.

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Thanks, I think I'll just buy another blade master.
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