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Looking at your sig, looks like P45 overclocks better than the 790i. Sigh! What is your CPU temp?
Yeah, the nForce chipset seems to have always been inferior to the Intel chipsets.

I upgraded from an EVGA 680i SLI board to the EP45-UD3P that I have now, and I instantly found that I needed much less voltage to get my E8400 stable at 4.0 GHz. On top of that, my system just feels more stable (it's hard to explain).
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post #22 of 45
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Looking at your sig, looks like P45 overclocks better than the 790i. Sigh! What is your CPU temp?
My Q9550 get's to about 71-72 C at Room Temperature. I use Coretemp over Realtemp because CoreTemp shows you your VID.

Gigabyte EP45-UD3P is widely regarded as one of, if not, the best OC boards for LGA 775.
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post #23 of 45
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My Q9550 get's to about 71-72 C at Room Temperature. I use Coretemp over Realtemp because CoreTemp shows you your VID.

Gigabyte EP45-UD3P is widely regarded as one of, if not, the best OC boards for LGA 775.
Realtemp, in conjunction with CPUz will show your temps and actual voltage. Your VID is really just useless info.
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Yes, even if it exceeds 70-75, it's still fine. I mean it won't fry or start on fire if such a temperature is reached.



There are two things happening:
  • vDrop. This results in the idle voltage we see in software like CPU-Z.
  • vDroop. This results in the full-load voltage we see in software like CPU-Z.

Both are normal and by-design. On top of that, the voltage we see in software such as CPU-Z is the actual voltage that is running through the CPU.



Real Temp is a little bit better, however as long as the software is using a Tj. Max of 100°C, then the temps will be accurate enough for practical use (they're never accurate in the first place).

Listen to this man he helped me get my Q9550 to 4.1ghz OH YEEAHHHHH!!!!!

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Realtemp, in conjunction with CPUz will show your temps and actual voltage. Your VID is really just useless info.
I've had both of them open at the same time and they both show the exact same thing in real time. So I got rid of Real Temp when I upgraded from E8400 to Q9550 and was curious what my VID was for both chips.
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post #26 of 45
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I've had both of them open at the same time and they both show the exact same thing in real time. So I got rid of Real Temp when I upgraded from E8400 to Q9550 and was curious what my VID was for both chips.
Real Temp shows the VID too, but you just have to know where to look.

Plus, Real Temp can be calibrated in more detail than Core Temp. However, if both are showing the exact same temp, then it doesn't matter which is used.
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post #27 of 45
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Nice tips guys. I will try to push some more once I get my CPU cooler upgraded. I have all your tips in mind and hopefully I can squeeze some more juice from my CPU.

By the way, I obviously have a watercooler on the NB/SB and regulators as well. We all know that the NVDIA chipsets runs like a fire, lol.

Can't wait as I have ordered them from US. Takes time to get in here in Sydney! Winter is really a good time to push hard on overcloking. I used my computer to heat up my room. hahaha
    
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post #28 of 45
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Listen to this man he helped me get my Q9550 to 4.1ghz OH YEEAHHHHH!!!!!

Thanks TWOCABLES!!!!
Wait a sec, how did you get 4.1Ghz on 1.26v?

I needed 1.36 for 4.1Ghz...
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post #29 of 45
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I've had both of them open at the same time and they both show the exact same thing in real time. So I got rid of Real Temp when I upgraded from E8400 to Q9550 and was curious what my VID was for both chips.
Interesting, I always remembered Coretemp showing the CPU VID and not the actual CPU vcore, like CPUZ does (after Vdroop of course).
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Wait a sec, how did you get 4.1Ghz on 1.26v?

I needed 1.36 for 4.1Ghz...
Different setups do different things even if the same setup....
 
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