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Hi guys. Currently im using NH-D14, keeping my 3570k 93c on highest core. Would RS240 give a significant drop on the temperatures?

i doubt it. the issue is the transfer of heat between the die and the ihs, which makes contact with the heatsink. it is not really an issue because ivy can handle more heat. for best results . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1309867/short-and-direct-delid-guide-ivy-bridge

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Would need more information like ambient temp, current cpu clock, and voltage. 93C on a core is EXTREMELY hot, 7 more degrees and you'd be boiling water. I would do your best to keep it below 70C.

Curent clock; 4.5Ghz
Vcore: 1.29v
Ambient: Maybe around 25-26c?

My aim would be keeping my proc below 85c on 4.5Ghz & hoping to push more on the clock speed (maybe 4.6~4.7Ghz). I already asked in IB thread, they already confirm that the temperature is fine. But i still doesnt feel safe running with such high temperature 24/7.
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i doubt it. the issue is the transfer of heat between the die and the ihs, which makes contact with the heatsink. it is not really an issue because ivy can handle more heat. for best results . . .
http://www.overclock.net/t/1309867/short-and-direct-delid-guide-ivy-bridge
recently formed . . .
http://www.overclock.net/t/1313179/delidded-ivy-bridge-club

I've read about this. Too bad im short of cash right now, so deliding is not my option cos its too risky & im still an amateur. redface.gif
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Would need more information like ambient temp, current cpu clock, and voltage. 93C on a core is EXTREMELY hot, 7 more degrees and you'd be boiling water. I would do your best to keep it below 70C.
93C is high but NOT extremely hot. Ivy can handle that kind of heat just fine. i5-3570K TJmax is 105C which is when throttling activated. It's not the max temperature the processor can take, it basically just a trip point when CPU throttling.

@ketapang,
These are several Ivy + watercooling setups which also experiencing high temp even with watercooling (but they have 3770K & overclocked pretty high, 4.8GHz):-
http://www.overclock.net/t/1132180/official-xspc-raystorm-club/320#post_18295812
http://www.overclock.net/t/1132180/official-xspc-raystorm-club/320#post_18295855

You're looking at more than 240mm rad to cool down the core temperature. More radiator surfaces are better. You might want 240mm + 240mm rads or 240mm + 360mm rads or 360mm + 360mm rads. Get better radiator like EX or RX series radiators & raystorm water block. Watercooling is expensive but worth it especially if your CPU always under load.
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I just received an EX 240 kit with the D5 pump and dual bay reservoir. Everything seems very high quality, but there are some difficulties.

For one, the back plate for socket 1155 needed to be relieved in one area to clear components on an MSi Z77 MPower board. Not a big problem, but when I try to apply the Raystorm waterblock, it seems as it the mounting rods are too short. The block has to be tilted to even start the threads into the backplate. This is just not correct. The screws should be able to be bottomed out in the backplate while the block remains flat on the cpu. Then pressure can be applied with the secondary nuts to apply pressure to the springs. I've seen other people's plexi block mounts bent from the pressure, so I ordered the aluminum clamp flange for the block.
No way will this block sit flat on the processor for mounting. Am I doing something wrong... or what gives?

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I just installed the same cpu block and motherboard, seem to sit flat and mount with no issues. Been running fine (no heat issues but will check again when I get home) but I installed the cpu block while the board was in the case, was confident it was mounted properly but just secured it and called it good. Curious what shows that it's not mounting properly? Are there only one set of mounting screws? (trying to remember as I'm at work). I just remember the mounting screws, springs and washers, connect one side at a time, going back and forth across the cpu block until all sides are tight.
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I cannot even get the hold down screws started into the backplate if the waterblock is sitting flat on the processor. The block has to tip a bit to get the screws started. To my way of thinking, the screws should bottom into the back plate before any pressure is applied, and then the secondary nuts screwed down to apply pressure.

I haven't applied thermal paste yet. I wanted to set up the loop, then remove the mobo to test the loop. Then apply the past and mount the block to the cpu in the case. No way would I be able to do that and keep the waterblock flat on the processor until everything is screwed down.
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It does take a little bit of pressure but not much, the springs (pushing down on the washers) are what holds the block securely to the chip. I got one screw in first, went to the opposite side, attached that one, then proceeded around the other sides. It is kind of difficult to hold it steady to not smear paste and get it secure.
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Yes, that sounds like what i had to do. Another quarter inch on the length of the screws would have made things soooooo much easier!

Thanks for the reply.

BTW, did you relieve your backplate? Mine was sitting on those components instead of the board.
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no, I went ahead and put the back plate directly over the motherboard. Those back plates usually have some kind of non conductive coating on them to stop them from arching, shouldnt be an issue if the two plates (on the motherboard and on the backplate) are touching. The plate in the motherboards sits a little high as it goes in the sockets and stands off (the four screw mount holes) the motherboard.
Edited by Roikyou - 10/6/12 at 2:28pm
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