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3570k @4.6 temps on air.

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February 1, 2013 1:23:33 PM

Hello all. I just finished OCing my 3570k and wanted to check something with you guys. My temps under full load using prime95 hit 93c on one of the cores. The other were a spread of 84-92c. My voltage s around 1.29. Now, considering this is on air (hyper 212+ with a push/pull config) are those temps bad? I am assuming I'll never actually see those temps with what I use my computer for (gaming, web browsing, etc.) but I just want to make sure with the community here. Thanks in advance for your responses.

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February 1, 2013 1:38:15 PM

I have the same OC and I max out at around 80C with other cores being 75C or so. I'm using the hyper 212 evo. I've been told I have a jackpot i5-3570k however, as I am completely stable at 4.6GHz with only 1.160v.
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February 1, 2013 1:39:13 PM

Temps are realistic with that cooler and that voltage. Anyway, temperatures are too high and I wouldn't consider it safe.

Voltage seems a bit too high for 4.6GHz. You sure it wasn't any stable if with lower voltage?
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February 1, 2013 1:39:40 PM

Those temps aren't dangerous if they were the cpu would shut down. The comparable laptop cpus run at those temps 24 7 at full load no problem but I wouldn't run it that high. Go play a game and report back with the temps in that.
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February 1, 2013 2:40:19 PM

I have 3570k @ 4.5 Ghz, hyper 212 evo with push/pull (Corsair SP120s), with voltage at 1.136.

Max temps I see after 8 hours of p95 is 68C, and it's usually below that.
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February 1, 2013 9:17:02 PM

damn dudes you got realy nice chips there...mine 4.5 Ghz needs like 1.28v or so...
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February 1, 2013 11:30:37 PM

morgoth780 said:
I have 3570k @ 4.5 Ghz, hyper 212 evo with push/pull (Corsair SP120s), with voltage at 1.136.

Max temps I see after 8 hours of p95 is 68C, and it's usually below that.

Why are you holding back? 68C leaves you with plenty of headroom. You can probably get an easy 4.7GHz.
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