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Im fairly new to overclocking and have my i5 with 212 evo push/pull at 4.5 ghz and ran a test with occt. How do these results look

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Any input would be great
 

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Well i have a h110 on my desk that ill be installing today... Just kinda wanted to compare.. Could you tell me why 2 of the cores are hotter than the others?
 

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Well i have a h110 on my desk that ill be installing today... Just kinda wanted to compare.. Could you tell me why 2 of the cores are hotter than the others?
That's normal for some cores to be hotter, i know core #1 on mine is 5 degrees higher than my core # 3, it's fine that's just how it is.
 

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New results for h110 kinda disappointed, Had to up my vcore a tad to make it more stable

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Ivy Bridge CPU's will run much hotter when overclocked. Those temps look good to me for a 1GHZ overclock and that amount of Vcore.

My IvyB knowledge is limited, but I could have sworn people are hitting 4.5ghz with only like 1.20 Vcore.

My SandyB i7-2600K is able to do 4.4ghz with 1.25 Vcore.
 

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yeh if i try to lower the vcore i get unstable... i wish i could go lower but i dont think i can unless im missing something
 
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