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4770k at 4.5Ghz reaching 89C with 1.296v, Normal?

Hi guys,

as the title suggests

Thanks is advance
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  1. 89C is pretty high, is that in stress testing or real world things like games?
  2. expl0itfinder said:
    89C is pretty high, is that in stress testing or real world things like games?


    stress test with prime95
  3. How are you OCing? BIOS or program? Your Voltage is high.
    What is your full system spec?
  4. Novuake said:
    How are you OCing? BIOS or program? Your Voltage is high.
    What is your full system spec?


    OC in BIOS
    Voltage is set by auto, as I don't know how to set a number

    CPU: 4770k
    MoBo: sabertooth z87
    Ram: 16GB 1600Ghz
    PSU: corsair hx 1050
    Cooling: corsair H100i
    Storage: 256GB samsung pro 840
    GPU: GTX780
    case: cooler master HAF X
  5. NEVER OC with AUTO, drop those Vs...

    You should be following a process to determine what Vs you need, 2 secs and il post a guide.
  6. Buchery said:
    Hi guys,

    as the title suggests

    Thanks is advance


    You will never get that high in real world scenario's or gaming. I wouldnt worry much about it at all.
  7. Intel God said:
    Buchery said:
    Hi guys,

    as the title suggests

    Thanks is advance


    You will never get that high in real world scenario's or gaming. I wouldnt worry much about it at all.


    Thanks bro, may I know your current Voltage and cooling system that got you to 4.8GHz?
  8. Buchery said:
    Intel God said:
    Buchery said:
    Hi guys,

    as the title suggests

    Thanks is advance


    You will never get that high in real world scenario's or gaming. I wouldnt worry much about it at all.


    Thanks bro, may I know your current Voltage and cooling system that got you to 4.8GHz?


    1.42v and a custom loop with a 560 rad. I'm delidded so i dont go over 60C
  9. Best answer
  10. Novuake said:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1702952/overclock.html

    Here is a previous thread, you can use that.



    Thanks bro, Now I'm running at 4.5GHz, 1.175v at BOIS (but cpu-z shows 1.200v)

    did a prime95 for 10 minutes now!!

    The temp didn't pass 76c, is this good now?
  11. Buchery said:
    Novuake said:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1702952/overclock.html

    Here is a previous thread, you can use that.



    Thanks bro, Now I'm running at 4.5GHz, 1.175v at BOIS (but cpu-z shows 1.200v)

    did a prime95 for 10 minutes now!!

    The temp didn't pass 76c, is this good now?


    MUCH better!!! :D Your Vs are nice and low and your temps are not bad at all.

    Run prime for 4 hours just to confirm stability, you don't need to watch it, temps are perfectly safe.
    Then if you REALLY want to burn it in, which I always suggest with a nice OC like your, download and run Intel Burn Test, its short at least, keep a close eye on temps.
  12. hmm i have almost the same specs as yours..cpu mobo but not the cooling and gpud... larkooler ku-241 with hd 7970... im at 4.5ghz at 1.30v max temp was 70deg.. using prime 95 for 20mins.. is this good?
  13. Silverghost DG said:
    hmm i have almost the same specs as yours..cpu mobo but not the cooling and gpud... larkooler ku-241 with hd 7970... im at 4.5ghz at 1.30v max temp was 70deg.. using prime 95 for 20mins.. is this good?


    Drop the voltage.
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