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Alright, so after many months of trying to get 4.0 ghz with my awfully slow memory, I finally made it. (or so I think.) In order to accomplish this I put the CPU at 1.475V the NB vcore at +0.1V from the original. It all seems smooth, but when I run IntelBurnTest, the temperature siren inside the computer goes off. TMPIN2 in HWMonitor goes above 64 C. This has never happened before, and I believe it is from my high voltage on my NB, or possibly the CPU. I think I heard a while back that TMPIN2 was the NB, but I may be mistaken. I also run at about 35-37 C idle.

So, what I have really been wondering is how I can run the IntelBurnTest without getting a high temperature warning. By the way, my NB is a 2670 MHz and my HT is at 18690 MHz. (Did not want to make it go over 2 GHz...)

Thanks.
Edited by Sneerz - 6/21/11 at 8:27am
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what are your CPU temps?
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what are your CPU temps?
60 C under load (intelburntest), 35-37 C idle.
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I'd ziptie a small fan to the NB heatsink and see what happens!
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TMPIN2 is the VRMs/MOSFETs... but at 65C, it's completely fine, that's the temperature range my VRMs load at and is actually the ideal load temp for VRM (around the same range +/- 10 degrees as the CPU).

What is the CPU warning temperature set to in the BIOS? If it is set to 60C that may be causing the beeping error. In which case you are running hot, you're nearing the max temp AMD specifies (62C) and above the temperature you should ideally be at during load (55C or below for best stability).
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