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    Default Huge core temps difference, need help

    Hi guys

    I have a doubt sbout core temps difference

    I have here a 3770k @4.5 not delided with H100i cooler

    Did the small test in prime, the one that stress the cpu in the max and i saw a huge core temp differences between the cores

    Take a look:

    Core0 - 63C

    Core1 - 74C

    Core2 - 76C

    Core3 - 71C

    Is this normal? I just remounted the cooler and reaplyed the TIM, a MX4 and nothing changed

    What should i do?

    Another question, this temps are normal to a non delided 3770 @4.5 with 1.23vcore with h100i installed?

    Thanks guys

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    That is normal for the 3770k to have the variance..
    While I haven't used the H100i before temps are about avg.

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    That is normal for the 3770k to have the variance..
    While I haven't used the H100i before temps are about avg.
    Thanks !!

    Even with a WC this high temps are normal? Considering the power of WC i mean

    And the problem with 3770 will always happen if i do not delide right?

    I would like to have courage to do that

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    The 3770k is a heat monster of a chip. Even custom water cooling has a hard time keeping up with high OCs. which is why allot of started to Delid them.
    I haven't delid my 3770k, but to give you a ideal, on a recent review that will be published soon, my 3770k at 4.8ghz at 1.4volts peaked in the 80s with custom water cooling with 2x360 rads and 2000rpm 110cfm fans with a high speed D5 pump. Using the Apogee HD block...

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    The 3770k is a heat monster of a chip. Even custom water cooling has a hard time keeping up with high OCs. which is why allot of started to Delid them.
    I haven't delid my 3770k, but to give you a ideal, on a recent review that will be published soon, my 3770k at 4.8ghz at 1.4volts peaked in the 80s with custom water cooling with 2x360 rads and 2000rpm 110cfm fans with a high speed D5 pump. Using the Apogee HD block...
    Considering this should i consider that i`m pretty ok with my temps even with 85C in IBTand using the H100i right?

    Really thanks again

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    On my 980 I get 80 on core 1 and 5 with 70 on the others, I guess its just how they're arranged on the die. I wouldn't worry too much.

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    Quote Originally Posted by wsarahan View Post
    Hi guys

    I have a doubt sbout core temps difference

    I have here a 3770k @4.5 not delided with H100i cooler

    Did the small test in prime, the one that stress the cpu in the max and i saw a huge core temp differences between the cores

    Take a look:

    Core0 - 63C

    Core1 - 74C

    Core2 - 76C

    Core3 - 71C

    Is this normal? I just remounted the cooler and reaplyed the TIM, a MX4 and nothing changed

    What should i do?

    Another question, this temps are normal to a non delided 3770 @4.5 with 1.23vcore with h100i installed?

    Thanks guys
    All temps are within Intel specs,.........

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    My delidded 3770k Temps can have a 7-10c difference between them, so your all good!

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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    Quote Originally Posted by jameslt3 View Post
    my delidded 3770k temps can have a 7-10c difference between them, so your all good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
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    Default Re: Huge core temps difference, need help

    If you just bought the H100i, return it and buy either the H110 or the NZXT X60, like Kenny said, your temps are normal using the H100i, due to the heat from the OCed 3770K, but you can get the temps down to the mid -high 60c range using the coolers I mentioned, even the Swiftech H220 will give you better temps
    I have a thread in the forums showing temps from 10-11 new AIO coolers that I tested with a 3930K at 4.5GHz and a 3770K at 4.4GHz
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