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I5 3570k @ 4.3Ghz Cm hyper 212 evo

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by barlowLAD, Aug 26, 2012.

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    Temps are around 59-64 with prime95, with one core reaching a max of 67.

    Are these pretty good? I am happy, as the cooler costs £20!
     
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    What version of prime95?

    What voltage are you running on your core, PLL and IO?


    Looks like great temps. More info is needed to determine how good it is cooling. Very nice though. :cool:
     
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    that's pretty hot IMO
     
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    Ok, what do you base that against? considering I have seen other users @ stock with better coolers hotter? #justsaying
     
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    Not bad, my GELID does about 55C at stock, not bad for your PC :)
     
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    Thanks, it does run hotter than my old i5 2500k, but I was expecting alot hotter with the reviews of ivy bridge!
     
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    you could always go extreme and remove the IHSp
     
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    Have seen some youtube clips of this.......... looks abit too extreme for my current skill level, besides, Im happy with temps, cant see me overclocking it any more.
     
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    Temps look good, im sure it's great
     

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