high watercooling temps 3570k :( help!

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  1. RPGgamesplayer

    RPGgamesplayer Maha Guru

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    hey guys my temps are pretty high
    max idle i seen is 36c
    and under load it hits 75c prime 95 small fft after 30 mins
    voltage is 1.248
    4.3ghz
    pll 1.65
    120mm rad 2 fans push pull exhaust
    alphacool block
    oc cool res and liang dcc+ pump
    i am using 2 120mm 2000rpm corssair fans from my old h70 have tried using my 1800rpm gentle typhoons no real diffrence at all
    my next door pc with a h80i has the same overclock and voltage as my chip and is getting 10c cooler temps

    i have replaced the tim like 5 times and re-seated the block hoping for better results not helping :( any advice would be great thanks

    i have also took out all the air from the loop to the best of my ability
     
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  2. steveyc27

    steveyc27 Master Guru

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    How old is your water cooling gear? Reason I'm asking is I ran into temp problems and had to dismantle. Had algae growing, did a complete cleanup.

    Also your water block, how is the contact surface? Flat, smooth and shiny or scratched up? Is your rad inside case or mounted outside? What's your average room temp?
     
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  3. RPGgamesplayer

    RPGgamesplayer Maha Guru

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    rad is mounted inside all components are a week old so its pretty much brand new water block is is in ace condition
     
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    res/pump into the rad out of rad = in to cpu block cpu block out is back to out res/pump
    average room temp is 26c
     

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    Sounds pretty normal for a 120mm radiator and an overlooked Ivy-bridge chip. Are you sure the other chip is IB and is using the same clocks/voltages? or it could even just be that particular chip runs a little cooler.
     
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    yea its definatly a 3570k requires identical voltage as this build, if i added a 240 rad to my loop would it decrease temps at all?
     
  7. RPGgamesplayer

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    my guess is that chip must just run cooler then my unfortunate one
     
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    It likely would but not as much as you would expect as IB chips are just not that great when it comes to heat. Another Guru3d member has the same chip and at 4.4GHz can't keep it below 80c even with a 360mm and a 240mm radiator combined.
     
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    You need to temporary remove the IHS and change the internal TIM for a high conductivity compound like Liquid Pro/Ultra otherwise there is no difference between a custom loop and air cooling, the crap toothpaste that Intel puts between the DIE & IHS is limiting the OC.
     
  10. PhazeDelta1

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    ^this.
     

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    Is it common to remove the IHS?
    Is this something I should do on my P2?
     
  12. PhazeDelta1

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    It isn't needed for AMD.
     
  13. RPGgamesplayer

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    Thanks for the info I am looking to delid it tomorrow have to get myself a nice stanly blade, I am going to have to be brave and try this surgery out :-O wish me luck any tips to help me along the way?
     
  14. PhazeDelta1

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    Watch the video below before you mess around with it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXs0I5kuoX4&feature=youtu.be
     
  15. RPGgamesplayer

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    Yup seen that video only thing different I plan on doing is maybe try and glue it back with as little glue as possible, I watched one kid demolish his chip listening to some hip hop music background on YouTube, good lord It was painful to see
     

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    120mm isnt enough tbh, would need a 240 rad at least for decent temps on ivy.
     
  17. ground_zero298

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    Don't glue it back on. Just set it in the socket, the clasp will hold the top down.
     
  18. RPGgamesplayer

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    Thanks guys all done artic silver 5 on the die the temps have shaved off 21c cooler :D I am one happy guy right now, just installing a 240 rad to the loop now to see how much cooler I can get this thing :D
     
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    The tim intel used was really crap was pretty hard to get off almost dry like :-o
     
  20. PhazeDelta1

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    The stuff on mine was dry as well. Was it caked on your CPU too? When I removed mine, I noticed it looked like Intel deliberately put on wayyyyy too much.
     

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