Here is my machine
Mainboard: DZ77GA-70K bios 0064
CPU: 3570K (overclocked with bios auto setting to 4,2Ghz, very stable) + intel RTS2011LC
ram: 2x4GB corsair dominator platinum 1600 CL9 model: CMD8GX3M2A1600C9 (xmp profile loaded on bios)
VGA card: Nvidia GTX 680
SSD Intel 520 256GB
OS. Windows 7 SP1 x64
Case: zalman gt1000 + reobus (only two front fans are connected)
I getting 70° C afther five minutes of Prime95 and the fan speed is Always at minimun duty cicle!
Once I set the fan curve from balance to performance in performannce menu (visual bios) do not save this setting
The only one thing I can do is set minimun duty cycle fan speed, and this setting is saved correctly but I want a decent fan curve, please help me.
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Based on your processor specifications it was designed to run up to 3.8 GHz with turbo boost.
Currently, Intel does not recommend doing any type of over-clocking, since that will force the processor or even the graphics controller to run out of specifications, hence the system will become unstable.
The Intel recommendation is to use the system at the default settings, so it will be running under the specifications that it was designed to run
Even though Intel makes unlocked and Extreme Series processors that are robust enough to handle customizations, Intel doesn't recommend over clocking any of their internal components (memory, video or CPU) and there is no warranty support for that practice.
It is required to use the correct memory type when using our processors otherwise the warranty won't cover the product.
The Fan Speeds from the liquid solution goes from 800 to 2200 RPMs.
I recommend you get a at least 1 memory stick DDR3-1333/1600 and test the processor with it. You may want to download the Intel® Processor Diagnostics Tool and run it in your system to get the processor information http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-031726.htm
This is because you can take advantages of overclocking settings, but even though Intel makes unlocked and Extreme Series processors that are robust enough to handle customizations, Intel doesn't recommend overclocking any of their internal components such as memory, video or CPU. I'm afraid that it would be under your own risk since there is no warranty support for that practice.