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Whats the ideer of a high 24/7 overclock

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Firstly I would like to know what the idea is by having a high 24/7 Overclock speed? When it goes up automatically when you need it?

And then I want to hear you guys, do you think this is to hot?:


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post #2 of 18
You need to get your PC out of the sun!
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That's pretty sizzlin, what is your cooling setup? I'm currently working on benching my 2600k and my chip is kinda toasty too, at 1.415-1.425 (48x100) I am hitting temps up to 85 with a noctua d14
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My cooler is a Noctua NH-U12P, i think its a bit high to, maybe i did put to mutch thermal paste on?
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Seems like you got a chip similar to mine, I'm not having any luck getting this thing stable @ 4.8 with reasonable temps. It takes a minimum of 1.415v to run prime blend for more than a few minutes, but it always bsod's within an hour and temps hit ~85 in that time, mostly hovering around 77-80. I've reseated the cooler and reapplied both the noctua TIM and arctic cooling mx-2 with no noticeable difference. This ain't no q6600 g0
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24/7 overclock for core-i processors that have turbo-boost functionality is a bit of a waste if you ask me--except that you can usually OC a chip beyond what the turbo frequency is, so there are still gains to be made.
    
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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
24/7 overclock for core-i processors that have turbo-boost functionality is a bit of a waste if you ask me--except that you can usually OC a chip beyond what the turbo frequency is, so there are still gains to be made.
What do you think about my temps, should i turn it a bit down?
http://i.imgur.com/UvAFV.jpg
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What do you think about my temps, should i turn it a bit down?
http://i.imgur.com/UvAFV.jpg
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but the i7 you have has a Tcase of 72.6C, which is the theoretical max temperature tolerance of the entire CPU (all cores, etc.). However, temp-reporting programs report the temp of each core. The extrapolated temp for the CPU would be what's reported in the temp reporting program for the core minus the "Distance to TJ Max" that's also reported, so for example, the more-accurate CPU temp would be something like core 1's reported temp minus it's Distance to TJ Max, which is 79C - 19C which is ~ 60C, well-below the Tcase of the CPU. Your temps, while a bit warm-ish, appear to be within safe tolerances for the CPU. (again, someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm fairly certain that's how it works out).

People around here on OCN tend to freak out when they see anything reported over 50C, and it seems to be the trend to over-state the effects of temperatures when CPU's are actually quite tolerant to even very high temps. Just don't go pumping 1.5V through that thing all the time and you'll be fine.

EDIT Keep in mind that temp reporting is seldom accurate at all, so you might be close to those temps, and it might be far off.
Edited by guyladouche - 4/26/11 at 8:54am
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but the i7 you have has a Tcase of 72.6C, which is the theoretical max temperature tolerance of the entire CPU (all cores, etc.). However, temp-reporting programs report the temp of each core. The extrapolated temp for the CPU would be what's reported in the temp reporting program for the core minus the "Distance to TJ Max" that's also reported, so for example, the more-accurate CPU temp would be something like core 1's reported temp minus it's Distance to TJ Max, which is 79C - 19C which is ~ 60C, well-below the Tcase of the CPU. Your temps, while a bit warm-ish, appear to be within safe tolerances for the CPU. (again, someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm fairly certain that's how it works out).
tCase is the maximum temperature rating at the center of the IHS. 72.6°C at the center of the IHS is much less than a core's maximum temperature (tjMax, which is assumed to be 98°C on second-gen Core i's).

The "distance to TJ Max" is how core temperature is measured. The core's sensor outputs its measurement as a delta. If the distance to tjMax is 19°C, then the core's temp would be 79°C for a second-gen Core i (98°C - 19°C). [edit: Note how the core temp and distance to tjMax always add up to 98 in the OP's screenshot.]
Edited by Cilraaz - 4/26/11 at 9:45am
post #10 of 18
folks 1.40v quad core..what do you expect? Of course its gonna run hot, thats just life with air cooling no matter what your setup is.
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