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Originally Posted by jeesan485 View Post
Well, with d0 you should be able to get 3.8ghz easily. I have c0 and i'm running 3.8ghz @ 1.352v with ideal 27-33c, 100%load 60-61c. Also the maximum core temp i got was 74c @100% load. It may also depend on thermal compound and how you apply it. I use arctic cooling mx2.
I'm not sure about the "general rule of thumb is to keep it under 70", the lower the better anyways
Also note that i'm using Cm R4 fans(push/pull) in nzxt tempest evo. Obviously its a good cooler. PPl say negative about this cooler is because lot of us don't know proper way to apply thermal compound on direct touch heat pipe coolers. I had to do it several times to get the results. Hope this helps and good luck with your overclock.
thanks for the response. i bought a tube of OCZ freeze. hope it works similarly because i'd be more than happy with 3.8ghz.

another question, if i'm not doing push pull config, which side should the fan be on that's doing the pushing? should it be drawing air from the vent outside the case door or be drawing air on the inside of the case?

In other words should it be like this:

{outside AIR} |CASE exhaust|<---|CPU|<---|RAM|

or

{outside AIR} |CASE exhaust|--->|CPU|--->|RAM|
Edited by jdazer - 3/2/10 at 5:36pm
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1st one, fan pushing air from RAM to the back of the case...
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Is there a difference between mounting the heat sink vertically or horizontally? I have rear as well as top case fans. Tks
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thanks for the response. i bought a tube of OCZ freeze. hope it works similarly because i'd be more than happy with 3.8ghz.

another question, if i'm not doing push pull config, which side should the fan be on that's doing the pushing? should it be drawing air from the vent outside the case door or be drawing air on the inside of the case?

In other words should it be like this:

{outside AIR} |CASE exhaust|<---|CPU|<---|RAM|

or

{outside AIR} |CASE exhaust|--->|CPU|--->|RAM|
It depends on what type of case and fan orientation you have but generally the first one is more appropriate. Also from my experience its better to have more exhaust power if exhaust fan is close to the CPU heat sink.
Just to show you, this is what i did with mine, hope this helps
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Originally Posted by jeesan485 View Post
It depends on what type of case and fan orientation you have but generally the first one is more appropriate. Also from my experience its better to have more exhaust power if exhaust fan is close to the CPU heat sink.
Just to show you, this is what i did with mine, hope this helps
thanks

also, assuming this setup:

{outside AIR} |CASE exhaust|<---|CPU|<---|RAM|

I bought one R4 fan that is rated at 90cfm. I believe that the hyper 212+ comes with a 78cfm fan.

Should the 90cfm fan act as an exhaust (pull) and let the 76.8cfm fan push?
Should I shell out another $10 for another r4?
Edited by jdazer - 3/4/10 at 1:13pm
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It's better to get matching fans. But if you don't, I would just have the R4 Push and the other fan do the pulling.
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It's better to get matching fans. But if you don't, I would just have the R4 Push and the other fan do the pulling.
i was just doing some reading and it seems the general answer was that higher CFM is better for the pull than for the push. however, i don't think i can argue with you at all with your OC results. do you mind telling me what your load and idle temps are for reference? thanks.

edit: nm i just saw your system profile (still getting hang of these forums)

any hints tips on how you got your rig to 4.0? lots of extra case fans?
Edited by jdazer - 3/4/10 at 5:36pm
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I guess I just got a decent CPU that doesn't need alot of voltage. I have 3 case fans going on low settings. I'm new to overclocking as well, it's just alot of trial and error, reading articles, and testing for stability.

If your research says that higher CFM is better for pull than for the push, definitely try it out.
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