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Best Cpu cooler for i5 4670k 4.6ghz

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February 11, 2014 3:10:34 AM

I need a good cooler that can keep a intel i5 4670k that has been overclocked to 4.6 ghz stable

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February 11, 2014 8:58:55 AM

I'm at 4.4 GHz and I use an H100i. What voltage and temps are you getting @ 4.6 GHz?
February 12, 2014 10:28:19 PM

Dom_79 said:
I'm at 4.4 GHz and I use an H100i. What voltage and temps are you getting @ 4.6 GHz?

My voltage is 1.220
I do not know my temparature
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February 13, 2014 4:57:27 AM

You should definitely find out! Overclocking can have a serious impact on CPU temps. Try a program like Coretemp or HWmonitor.

4.6GHz at 1.22v is pretty good for these Haswell chips. Just make sure you're not running over 80C during load.
February 14, 2014 1:29:00 AM

Dom_79 said:
You should definitely find out! Overclocking can have a serious impact on CPU temps. Try a program like Coretemp or HWmonitor.

4.6GHz at 1.22v is pretty good for these Haswell chips. Just make sure you're not running over 80C during load.


I currently get about 75-80 degrees with the hyper 212 evo, is that bad

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February 14, 2014 6:32:09 AM
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Those temps are acceptable. If you are running that OC 24/7 you may want (but definitely don't NEED) to reduce your voltage and core multipliers (so less OC) to reduce temps closer to 70C during load.

OR you could possibly add another fan (for push-pull) or better fan (higher CFM/static pressure but possibly higher noise) to your CPU cooler. What are you using to simulate CPU load?
February 16, 2014 2:48:20 AM

Dom_79 said:
Those temps are acceptable. If you are running that OC 24/7 you may want (but definitely don't NEED) to reduce your voltage and core multipliers (so less OC) to reduce temps closer to 70C during load.

OR you could possibly add another fan (for push-pull) or better fan (higher CFM/static pressure but possibly higher noise) to your CPU cooler. What are you using to simulate CPU load?


Actually, i have a tempature probe, I am testing it on battlefield 4
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