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post #21 of 47
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Originally Posted by konspiracy View Post
bro your cpu is gonna die.
You are getting bsods because you cpu is not stable.
It will not ever be stable 100% because you cant run anything intensive.
Why have it at 5ghz to web browse?
you are trolling or dont care about your cpu.
No it's not going to die.
Yes I'm getting bsods because it's not stable - Isn't that how it works?
If by intensive you mean Prime95, then yes I will never do that.
If by intensive you mean all my daily tasks including heavy 2-screen multitasking, then no, I actually do that a lot.
"Web browse @ 5GHz". Did I say that's all I do? Stop making up facts as you go. It's unethical.
I'm not trolling. My goal is for a 2600k @ 5GHz. So far so good with this minor headache which is currently under remedy by this thread.
post #22 of 47
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Originally Posted by staceyeliz View Post
I don't mean to question this but I can't resist. I don't understand why you would run it at 5GHz when if you even attempt to use it, it will crash it's not just slower than stock it's near useless if it's unstable, you can't use it! That's why you get crashes you can tweak what you like but your cpu is unstable.
he is trollin bro
post #23 of 47
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To everyone looking at the "Idle Temp"

I'm not idling. Was not idling whilst taking screenies either. I had Rift going crazy on my other screen & other apps still running as I did not bother to close them.

*That's the last irrelevant post I'm going to entertain.
post #24 of 47
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Originally Posted by Dust View Post
*Also I will never use any stress test applications such as Prime95 at such a high overclock.
If if it can't even handle a half hour of Prime95 or a few passes of LinX and your blue screening when not running a stability test then your nowhere even close to 99% stable. Unless your doing it to run benchmarks you should just back it back down to 4.5-4.8 and get that voltage down under 1.5v because there's no point in leaving it at 5Ghz unstable like that. For normal computer usage theres no difference between 4.5Ghz and 5Ghz.
Edited by burningrave101 - 7/24/11 at 8:35pm
post #25 of 47
Like others have said, if temps are that high while only just doing normal low load duties, you need to back it off or you WILL fry it when something needs to use a higher load. That is the whole point of stress testing, at least do it for a few minutes to test temps if you don't want to test for stability. If you don't want to use IBT/Prime, etc I would at least load up folding or a 3D rendering program, Photoshop with a huge file and apply a filter. Some kind of stressing is a must. How else will you know if it will get too hot when the time comes that the CPU needs to run at full load?

SB chips are different than previous gens. They are much more fragile than the first gen i7's. If it was one of those, I'd say go for whatever you want, but not with an SB chip. They have been known to fry with as little as 1.49v.
Edited by Strat79 - 7/24/11 at 8:33pm
post #26 of 47
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To everyone looking at the "Idle Temp"

-I'm not idling. Was not idling whilst taking screenies either. I had Rift going crazy on my other screen & other apps still running as I did not bother to close them.
Less than 10% load = idling.
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post #27 of 47
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No it's not going to die.
Yes I'm getting bsods because it's not stable - Isn't that how it works?
If by intensive you mean Prime95, then yes I will never do that.
If by intensive you mean all my daily tasks including heavy 2-screen multitasking, then no, I actually do that a lot.
"Web browse @ 5GHz". Did I say that's all I do? Stop making up facts as you go. It's unethical.
I'm not trolling. My goal is for a 2600k @ 5GHz. So far so good with this minor headache which is currently under remedy by this thread.
If you want to stabalize the overclock regardless of what the temps are please post your BIOS settings and I'll try and help you out.
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No it's not going to die.
Yes I'm getting bsods because it's not stable - Isn't that how it works?
If by intensive you mean Prime95, then yes I will never do that.
If by intensive you mean all my daily tasks including heavy 2-screen multitasking, then no, I actually do that a lot.
"Web browse @ 5GHz". Did I say that's all I do? Stop making up facts as you go. It's unethical.
I'm not trolling. My goal is for a 2600k @ 5GHz. So far so good with this minor headache which is currently under remedy by this thread.
Okay for one you are already at intels max specification for vcore on that cpu and your running it at almost max temps doing "heavy multi tasking" but it isnt stable and you dont know why.
Running that chip with that vcore at those temps you cpu will slowly need 1.5v for 4ghz.
So keep it up preteding you know more my friend you are making your self look like a very silly person.
post #29 of 47
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If you want to stabalize the overclock regardless of what the temps are please post your BIOS settings and I'll try and help you out.
Thank you sir.
post #30 of 47
When people say its OK for Core i7 to go as high as 75C is because they amuse it under have load like Burn test or Prime 95. You in the other had are hitting those temps just buy using the computer. Even if you multi-task you will never hit 100% in the CPU. With Burn Test you will easily hit 90C+. Also keep in mind 1.5v+ is asking too much from your CPU. Highest i would go is 1.4v in H70. Another note is that trying to get 5Ghz is not going to happen.
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