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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by TheMailMan78, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. TheMailMan78

    TheMailMan78 Big Member

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    Its going to be a long time. In the middle of moving. Anyway you think the CPU is ok? I mean I never pushed it passed 1.47v and its always been under an H50.
     
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    What was max temp @ 100% load?
     
  3. TheMailMan78

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    Im going to say worst case ever was 55c I think. However the I highest I remember was 48c
     
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    That's good. Really good. Up core voltage up one notch and cpu->nb volts about 2 notches as suggested. Anyhoot, 60C is max I would go.
     
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    Naa Im going to run stock until I get a new mobo. My main concern is the CPU. If thats ok and my system stays stable in stock Ill be good until the upgrade.

    Do you guys think the CPU is ok?
     
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    The CPU is fine. Your motherboard would be better suited for a patch on a roof or something like that. :p
     
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    And you would be correct lol

    Its a good everyday board but a shitty OC
     
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    The BSOD said CPU Core 0 failed to respond
     
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    Your CPU was 48C according to what? I thought it was widely known that Thuban temperature sensors were at least 10C off.
     
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    Not for me they're not.
     
  11. TheMailMan78

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    Even adding 10c to that number it would only bring me to to 58c. Well within safety temps.
     
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    Get a much better board and you should get your clocks back!
     
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    CPU is fine Ben.
     
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    trickson OH, I have such a headache

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    I agree your CPU is fine what you really need is a good strong mobo .
     

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