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put comp in my ac/d room. temps dropped to

idle
40
38
37
41

i also reseated the h50 for the second time. no change made. Shouldi rma my cpu back to newegg for another?
Why is your idle temps so important to you where your thinking on returning your cpu?

Alot of us told you several times idle temps dont matter. Your idle temps are normal.

I'll try this again!

As long as your cpu is operating within its thermal spec at load everything is fine!

http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SLBKP


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Excited for tomorrow, should be getting a nice UPS package. I'm getting my new 140mm fan to replace the feeble one that came with my case. Mounting my hard-drive up in the 5.25" bays so that I can remove the hd tray from behind the 140mm fan and improve airflow. I'll see if my temps improve by much.
Any other nice parts coming via UPS tomorrow besides the Noiseblocker 140mm?
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put comp in my ac/d room. temps dropped to

idle
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38
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41

i also reseated the h50 for the second time. no change made. Shouldi rma my cpu back to newegg for another?
You do have to keep in mind, the H50 is not a high end water loop, looks like your temps won't get much better bro.
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quick question guys, so in the Bios i have my vcore set to 1.33750, but in evga eleet its showing 1.376 in the CPU tab

So which is it? i have vdroop disabled, so these should be the same no?
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quick question guys, so in the Bios i have my vcore set to 1.33750, but in evga eleet its showing 1.376 in the CPU tab

So which is it? i have vdroop disabled, so these should be the same no?
No the values arent the same, it shouldnt be. Eleet reports different vcore values for me and i think for everyone too.

example: http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...u-voltage.html
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quick question guys, so in the Bios i have my vcore set to 1.33750, but in evga eleet its showing 1.376 in the CPU tab

So which is it? i have vdroop disabled, so these should be the same no?
Should, what does your BIOS read in the PC Health section?
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No the values arent the same, it shouldnt be. Eleet reports different vcore values for me and i think for everyone too.

example: http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...u-voltage.html
This is true for me as well. What I set in the BIOS and what I see in CPU-Z are slightly different.
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This is true for me as well. What I set in the BIOS and what I see in CPU-Z are slightly different.
so which one is the actual value? eleet or bios?
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I take the Eleet value as "actual"
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ummm

this is vdroop working. Both values are actual E-LEET will read what is currently being sent to cpu

you have to write settings down and keep track of the droop. "Bios=Load"

if you dont want the cpu to go over a certain volt like say 1.33750v "Intels max rated" then you set 1.28125v~1.28750 with vdroop off in the bios which should lead to a 1.32v-1.33v Load. Depending on load


Hope that helps guys




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