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Default 01-27-2013, 15:31 | posts: 1,921 | Location: Sault Ste. Marie Ont. CA

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Default 01-27-2013, 16:15 | posts: 17,870 | Location: New Jersey, USA

that temp is fine, dont worry
   
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Default 01-27-2013, 19:39 | posts: 11,415 | Location: England

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I have the 3770K,and have it cooled with the Antec 920. The CPU is overclocked to 4.2ghz.,and my temps have not exceeded 62c when gaming. I bought the CPU about 6 months ago,so I am wondering if the newer 3770's use a different paste than the first releases? Were there any changes since they were first released? Do the heat issues only show up when clocking higher than 4.2ghz? Did I just get lucky? Is 62c too high for a 3770K? Should I so that delid thing? Thanks all.
No point in delidding unless you're going above 4.5GHz regularly imo. For instance I'm more or less settled on a 24/7 overclock of 4.7GHz. I hardly went over 62c myself however I'm delidded, using liquid ultra (liquid pro is even better) on the die and ICDiamond 24 on my lapped IHS.

4.2GHz is a mild Overclock that I doubt required any extra VCore or VTT and 62c is about right I would say. Try clocking higher and see what happens with the temps.
   
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Default 01-29-2013, 22:19 | posts: 1,921 | Location: Sault Ste. Marie Ont. CA

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No point in delidding unless you're going above 4.5GHz regularly imo. For instance I'm more or less settled on a 24/7 overclock of 4.7GHz. I hardly went over 62c myself however I'm delidded, using liquid ultra (liquid pro is even better) on the die and ICDiamond 24 on my lapped IHS.

4.2GHz is a mild Overclock that I doubt required any extra VCore or VTT and 62c is about right I would say. Try clocking higher and see what happens with the temps.
I tried a 4.7ghz overclock,and my temps leaped well over 75c. 4.2 is indeed a mild overclock for the 3770,and that's where I'm going to keep it. Thanks.
   
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Default 01-29-2013, 23:20 | posts: 1,921 | Location: Sault Ste. Marie Ont. CA

I think I should have added,that I left my Antec settings on "silent" when I tried a higher overclock. I'm sure,had I set the cooling software to run a bit higher,my temps would have stayed a little closer to 62c. Problem would be the noise. On extreme settings,the 920 gets a bit too noisy. I guess if it ain't broke....Thanks again hallryu.
   
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