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Discussion in 'World Community Grid (WCG)' started by loonym, Apr 29, 2009.

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    If I told u.. I'd have to kill u
    I say cut it back till you get some upgraded cooling. You should be fine at stock or slightly over. Its the amps that causes you heat. If you can get your amps down the temps will follow. Amps go up when you overclock.
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    Sorry, what do you mean by amps?
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    yeah you should, above 62c is considered to be damaging
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    ahh ok, well ive got it at 3.4ghz on stock voltage and it hits 59 on full load, so il leave it there until i get a new cooler. thanks guys
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    You may even be able to undervolt a bit, I don't know how the AM2+-only Denebs were, but I have my X4 955 @ 3.4ghz @ 1.28v (vs 1.35 stock). The undervolting dropped temps a good 4c, so I'm running cooler than stock
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    Amperage. When you put a higher load on a device the amp draw increases.
    Kinda like a breaker in your home. Its rated for a certain 'amperage', if you exceed that rating the heat from the amp draw will increase causing your breaker to trip. Amperage is measured by heat load, to keep it simple. The higher the amps the more heat put out by the device. :toast:
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    ahhh i get it, thanks :)
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    Il try that! then il run OCCT and see if i can get away with it ;D
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    my rule of thumb for Phenom II's


    Max Safe: 55ºc
    Max temp: 62ºc

    But of course somebody on overclock.net said that there is no proof over 62ºc is damaging because his CPU starts to throttle at 73ºc. That's just sad and ignorant.
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    This is what I generally follow, although I did run my X4 955 @ 77c for a couple hours when a cable got stuck in the fan and I didn't notice...it doesn't appear to have done any lasting damage. And it was running at the full 3.2ghz then...no throttling
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    Me too, my pump got disconnected on my H50. I installed windows at 77ºc. LOL. But that doesn't mean it's good. It's like a car. Mine for example, I am pushing about 350whp on it, I can probably do about 400whp safe or just a tad more. I can do 500whp too, but because the car runs like that doesn't mean it's safe. On the long run you'll have damage.
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    Definitely, I try to keep mine under 55c at all times, with the shroud it's not so hard, although a couple weeks ago I was pushing 60c
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    That's not as bad, this guy was doing like 65ºc
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    Every day that we do 2mil points I'm going to post in blue (assuming that I remember), if we do less I'll post in red.

    From now on, I want to see blue daily :cool:

    EXCELLENT WORK EVERYONE!!!!! :toast::toast::toast::toast::toast:
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    you are jocking XS, only they use blue for 7million or something, or 6 million :( :laugh:
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    by the way, my net has been on and off today, both rigs have reported just limited amounts of work so hopefully I'll have a nice update soon :D
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    Oh, I know, that's where I got the idea :nutkick:
    7 million is completely unobtainable for us, but 2 million isn't, so blue is 2mil for us :cool:
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    I like the sound of that :)
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    blue is the new red :rockout:
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    That's the hope! :cool:
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    Smoking job everyone. Keep it up. :rockout:
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    You should grab up T77's SPIN-Q if he still has it. He wanted $35 shipped last I saw, which is a hell of a steal.

    Edit: Just realized your not in the US. My bad.:laugh:
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    Haha damn :(

    Also, good work on the 2 mil! :D

    I undervolted my cpu, with an overclock of 3.4 ghz @ 1.3 volts. Ran all night stable, still going strong aswell :) only hitting 52c max!
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    You guys are lucky to be staying in such "cold" places. All my CPU's temp hover around the region of 70c. :(


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    Where do you live? In central NC I'm still able to keep all of my rigs below 60c on the CPU even with cheap air solutions (HDT-S1283 on Q6600, HDT-S963 on X4 955, stock Q6600 heatsink on E6550, stock in laptop)
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