- Dec 19, 2013
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|i7 4770k @ 4.2GHz
|Cooler Master Hyper T4
|GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670 2GB
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My upgrades are as followed:
- i7 4770k @ 3.5GHz
- ASUS Z87-A
- CoolerMaster Hyper T4
- Corsair 400R
Once my system rebooted, after a few minutes a window popped up saying it increased by 0.00%. That to begin with kind of set off an alarm to me. I went ahead and checked out the system while playing games and noticed my CPU frequency up to about 4.2MHz, so it seems to have worked properly. However, I'm concerned with the temperatures while playing games..
While playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (not too heavy of a game), I am getting around 65C. My frequency doesn't go past 4.2MHz. I talked with a friend knowledgeable in overclocking and he told me 55C is probably about the highest my CPU temps should go while overclocking.
Now my question is, should I be worried about these temperatures? If so, what can I do to tone it down a bit? I can deal with something closer to 3.5GHz, as I wasn't really looking for a huge jump anyway.
This is an screenshot while in-game: