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post #591 of 3278
My turbo is disabled but still my mobo keeps jumping the vcore. Y so....?

Also since I couldnt control the temp inside my case after oc to 4ghz. I reverted back to the following settings....

Are the settings ok???
My ram is rated 1600 MHz and 9-9-9-24, but rt now after current oc it's working at 1666. At 11-11-11-30. Is that ok???
Is there any other setting that I can tweak to perform better....
Thanx

Angel

Edited by angel.tdw - 10/16/11 at 9:03am
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post #592 of 3278
Also which test should b run in prime95? The small FFT or the blend one?
The blend one always fails on my system after 15-20 min.
Thanx

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No what I did is spread several drops of paste on the heatsink and then spread it manually (with a bit of flat plastic) more or less evenly on the whole surface.

I would have also put some on the chips but as you said I thought I had to do it like with the cpu, as thin as possible. And when I noticed it wasn't stable once put back on, I thought putting enough to make contact would be as bad as leaving the pad.

My problem now is that it took me the best part of two hours from turning off the PC to turning it back on to do this, sooo I guess it will wait until I do change something in the computer. Granted, I lost a lot of time when I accidentally put the mosfet heatsink the wrong way only to realize it as everything was back in and I tried to put the 12v plugs in... fun times.

And about that, anybody know if a 212+ and a hr05 would fit together on this board?
Putting a Heatsink on a Chipset? Chesus. I had my fan break on my old i7 and it still lasted 6 years.

Anyway, the 212 SHOULD fit, but it MIGGGGHT be tight, I see why you're asking. I guess make sure you order it from someone who will accept a return.

That said, hearing your Mofset woes makes me a bit concerned. I applied my Paste evenly, and didn't check for contact afterward (I did with the Northbridge and I didn't feel like doing it twice.) I might take it apart tomorrow to check that they're all making contact...
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Q:In CPUID HWMonitor, which of the "TMPIN" temperatures apply to what?
A:TMPIN0 = Motherboard (chipset) temp; TMPIN1 = CPU temp; TMPIN2 = VRM temp

im not sure this is right as i think the tempin0 is too low to be the NB, at 27 deg or. where as temp1&2 go up to like 70 deg. great thread btw
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Also which test should b run in prime95? The small FFT or the blend one?
The blend one always fails on my system after 15-20 min.
Thanx

Angel
fft is for max heat and power, where blend is more balanced with lots ram test. i normally use blend. and if it fails after 15-20min, its unstable 4 sure
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^ No, that should be fairly accurate. Because the NB/chipset handles only HyperTransport clock and PCI-E lanes nowadays, there's no reason for it to get very hot.
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fft is for max heat and power, where blend is more balanced with lots ram test. i normally use blend. and if it fails after 15-20min, its unstable 4 sure
Yeah, Prime 95 should be able to run for hours.
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post #598 of 3278
So it means that I have to c some other settings for my stem to b stable...
K will keep it posted...
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This is proboly nothing, but I notice on HW it lists your max Vcore at over 3 volts? I'm not that familiar with that chip, but that seems like way too much.
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^ No, that should be fairly accurate. Because the NB/chipset handles only HyperTransport clock and PCI-E lanes nowadays, there's no reason for it to get very hot.
its just when i touch it its just as hot as the vrm or cpu
maybe im comfused between the chipset and the NB

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This is proboly nothing, but I notice on HW it lists your max Vcore at over 3 volts? I'm not that familiar with that chip, but that seems like way too much.
3V must be a glitch of somesort, im suprised it didnt set on fire

Edited by Weister - 10/16/11 at 3:50pm
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