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    Default Re: 3570K Runs "Hot"

    Ken please update/add your system specs so we can better help you. I have a 3770K that is crappy as far as voltage is concerned. My temps @ 4.5 ghz are less than 80 voltage with DVID offset runs 2.72V loaded in IBT, Linx or P95.

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    Default Re: 3570K Runs "Hot"

    wazza300,
    I've got my 2600K set up using an H60 with two Blade Master PWM fans and it runs Prime95 (8 threads) forever and never gets above 56C. Again the room temperature is ~20C. I'm using the straight forward method of setting the VCore to 1.28V and LLC to Extreme. For some reason I always end up with way too much voltage and way too much heat trying to use the "recommended" offset method. That was with the ASUS board, I have not yet tried offset with the Gigabyte MB - but I will.

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    Yh you would get better temps with fixed offset/llc does limit voltage fine tuning plus you used watercooled unit,I wouldn't worry with 70c though,personally id go as high as 80c but its all down to each persons preference
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    Default Re: 3570K Runs "Hot"

    wazza,
    I'm curious, what is the max core temp you get on your 2600K system using the Offset Method resulting in 1.328V under load? That is why I went to ended up just setting the VCore to 1.28v. It runs stable at that voltage and generates a lot less heat under load.

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    I imagine it would have warranty implications but I popped the chip in a oven which was set to a temp of 80c. After about 15 minutes I took it out and carefully used a craft knife to cut into each of the four corners of the IHS which is bonded to the CPU by a black type sealant. Doing each of the four corners I continued to work my way around without leverage being applied. This allowed the IHS to be removed. Cleaning all the thickly and messily applied TIM off I then applied the liquid metal as noted. The motherboard clamp holds the IHS in place.

    Typical full load temps when running prime just get to 73c on one core and in the top 60's on the others. At most it would be up to 78c or less when the room is warm.

    The majority of the time the CPU is idling at 1600mhz and thus running very cool with low volts before it is ramped up to 4.4ghz with that offset voltage when under full load.

    I imagine that my temps could improve even more with a better cooling solution but I see little point for the reasons noted in my other post.
    Last edited by VimesUK; 06-26-2012 at 02:28 PM.
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    Default Re: 3570K Runs "Hot"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ken429 View Post
    wazza,
    I'm curious, what is the max core temp you get on your 2600K system using the Offset Method resulting in 1.328V under load? That is why I went to ended up just setting the VCore to 1.28v. It runs stable at that voltage and generates a lot less heat under load.
    i think its around 72-74c in ibt maximum stress test

    @vimes i suppose you could use a heatgun to heat up cpu,but you would have to be carefull,ive reflowed some ps3's that way
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    Default Re: 3570K Runs "Hot"

    I popped a digital and a more std glass tubed type thermometer in the oven first to ensure that is was heated up to 80c and not any higher. I used the oven, I did think of a hair dryer, as I could be precise about the temperature and it would evenly heat up the entire chip.

    It did make it quite easy to then separate the IHS from the chip as the black stuff was quite pliable. It took around 5 minutes to then remove the IHS.

    Even though the warranty would then be compromised I have had a PC since around 1990 or so and it all that time I have never had a faulty CPU, be it Cyrix, AMD or Intel. So, with that luck on my side, flipping the lid did make enough sense for me to do it.
    Last edited by VimesUK; 06-26-2012 at 07:29 PM.
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