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That sections for girls brah.
Temps are good ENOUGH.
70ish in stress testing but 40-50 in everything else I do.
ATM I am testing right now , and temps are barely hitting 60.
I have my H80 on medium and not even push pull, just PULL.
I have an FT02 with good airflow so, that's OK with me id rather a touch hotter and a bit quieter providing temps are not close to dangerous.
Temps COULD be better OFC but rly as long as it is not damaging it is fine, and they are WELL within limitations.
Just bumped to 1.265v - checked event viewer and found some WHEA errors, was told a MINOR bump should sort that out.
As long as I am well under 1.3v I feel it will suffice until more knowledge about what voltages are actually safe with these 22n chips
I see some people going well over 1.3 and think to myself that COULD VERY WELL be bad! maybe we should HOLD ON until we know! lol
That's my plan anyway, with the clock for clock performance increase on the ivy bridge 4.6 is pretty much a 4.8 Sandy anyway so I am more than happy - coming from a 3.8Ghz i5 750.
EDIT: NOPE they are still there
A corrected hardware error has occurred.
Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Internal parity error
Processor ID: 0
Guess I will have to come down to 4.5Ghz.
I'd never have known about these if I had not read on a forum to check for them, I have noticed nothing unstable.
Last edited by ArCElM; 05-23-2012 at 18:33.