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    3770k temps at 4.8ghz

    hello guys

    i have a custom watercooled pc with 360 mm rad and 280mm with a gpu and cpu block.
    Here are my temps and overclock @4.8
    BTW i set the CPU FREQUENCY to 500, is this necessary and does it affect the temps??

    THANKS
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    maximus V formula, 3770k @ 4.8, evga 780 classified hydro cooper,corsair 750D, corsair ax860, corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 1866,128gb 840pro samsung , 240gb samsung evo, asus xonar essence sound card stx

    Watercooling: Ek nickel clear cpu waterblock, Ek D5 pump, EK 140 reservoir, ekwb fittings, 1 360mm black ice SR1 radiator, 1 280mm black ice SR1, 3 Noctua NF-F12, 2 Noctua NF A14, 3 Corsair AF140 quiet

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    looks like great temps for that OC

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    really?? Do you think if i lower the cpu voltage frequency will lower the temps a bit and still be stable??
    am running prime now for 2 hours

    BTW for how long do you think it would be good to stress test??
    maximus V formula, 3770k @ 4.8, evga 780 classified hydro cooper,corsair 750D, corsair ax860, corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 1866,128gb 840pro samsung , 240gb samsung evo, asus xonar essence sound card stx

    Watercooling: Ek nickel clear cpu waterblock, Ek D5 pump, EK 140 reservoir, ekwb fittings, 1 360mm black ice SR1 radiator, 1 280mm black ice SR1, 3 Noctua NF-F12, 2 Noctua NF A14, 3 Corsair AF140 quiet

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    All i can say, stop playing with prime 95 now..^^ and run a stability test instead..

    I dont think you need 500 to be able to run prime95, but adjust the LLC response to superfast, and the calibration to 130-140%

    The more voltage you put into the chip, the more heat it produce..

    You temps are good.......
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    what stability test???? aida??
    so i should set the cpu voltage frequency to auto then??
    maximus V formula, 3770k @ 4.8, evga 780 classified hydro cooper,corsair 750D, corsair ax860, corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 1866,128gb 840pro samsung , 240gb samsung evo, asus xonar essence sound card stx

    Watercooling: Ek nickel clear cpu waterblock, Ek D5 pump, EK 140 reservoir, ekwb fittings, 1 360mm black ice SR1 radiator, 1 280mm black ice SR1, 3 Noctua NF-F12, 2 Noctua NF A14, 3 Corsair AF140 quiet

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    No, auto is not needed, but lower it some maybe...

    Play around..
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    what stress test should i use??
    maximus V formula, 3770k @ 4.8, evga 780 classified hydro cooper,corsair 750D, corsair ax860, corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 1866,128gb 840pro samsung , 240gb samsung evo, asus xonar essence sound card stx

    Watercooling: Ek nickel clear cpu waterblock, Ek D5 pump, EK 140 reservoir, ekwb fittings, 1 360mm black ice SR1 radiator, 1 280mm black ice SR1, 3 Noctua NF-F12, 2 Noctua NF A14, 3 Corsair AF140 quiet

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    if you now have been running prime95 for 2 hours, stop running it..

    now use the computer as normal, and if you have no issues within a couple of days, its pretty stable..

    And if you run into issues, drop a line in this thread.

    I dont know if you have any ram OC, that is the thing that can be sneaky sometimes..

    Today when i check stability, i open cpu-z and look for the Vcore drop under hard load, thats all.. takes 10 sec
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    The drop under load is not much i use very high LLC and the voltage under load is the same as i use in the bios it does not drop so i didnt use the extreme option.
    I have reduce the cpu volt freq to 350 and now the voltage does not change so much and the temps have dropped a bit
    i havent overclock the memory i use xpm to 1866. I dont want to get slower latency for higher frequency . 1866 at CL10 is decent... i think ...
    maximus V formula, 3770k @ 4.8, evga 780 classified hydro cooper,corsair 750D, corsair ax860, corsair dominator platinum 16gb @ 1866,128gb 840pro samsung , 240gb samsung evo, asus xonar essence sound card stx

    Watercooling: Ek nickel clear cpu waterblock, Ek D5 pump, EK 140 reservoir, ekwb fittings, 1 360mm black ice SR1 radiator, 1 280mm black ice SR1, 3 Noctua NF-F12, 2 Noctua NF A14, 3 Corsair AF140 quiet

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    the thing is, even with a messed up ram OC, you can pass just about most of the tests out there, but when you open photoshop, it can crash within a minute, or your browser stop working randomly, and stuff like that..
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