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All I did in the Bios after switching back to defaults was the 46x and turning off internal pll. I guess the volting is done automatically. I'll do more research on the proper volts and reinstall the AI suite minus the OC software.

Running out of thermal grease, so I'm gonna try to get some good stuff and redo it properly when I get back from vacation. Thanks everyone for all your help. I will let you guys know whats up when everything is fully set up.
post #22 of 26
Don't use auto voltage. It will put it way too high.
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Ok so from tweaking in bios I was able to achieve stability at the following #'s:

4.6 @ 1.30 ~60c max
4.7 @ 1.335 ~65c max
4.8 @ 1.360 ~70c max

I think I can get a little bit cooler temps once I use the proper method to seat my direct-touch heatsink. Don't think I'll go further at this point with this cooler. How does my numbers look?

Also, the 4th core seems to be running around 5c~ hotter than the rest, does that mean that area of the chip doesn't have great contact?
Edited by shifty_ - 7/31/11 at 12:24am
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Ok so from tweaking in bios I was able to achieve stability at the following #'s:

4.6 @ 1.30 ~60c max
4.7 @ 1.335 ~65c max
4.8 @ 1.360 ~70c max

I think I can get a little bit cooler temps once I use the proper method to seat my direct-touch heatsink. Don't think I'll go further at this point with this cooler. How does my numbers look?

Also, the 4th core seems to be running around 5c~ hotter than the rest, does that mean that area of the chip doesn't have great contact?
Nope, the temperatures are supposed to differentiate like that. It's just if the gap between each core is substantial (~10c or more), then it's a bad application of TIM.
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Nope, the temperatures are supposed to differentiate like that. It's just if the gap between each core is substantial (~10c or more), then it's a bad application of TIM.
Looks like I have bad application of TIM, still in Prime right now: 37/30/32/42.

Lol, well that's good news, means I can do a little better for sure.
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I'm sure that if you put a line of TIM on each heatpipe it will spread out better.
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