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use coretemp to monitor your temperatures. hopefully your HSF is doing its job, and we can afford to add a little more voltage to obtain stability.

Also, the voltage change is part of C1E stepping, it automatically lowers your CPU multiplier and voltage to accommodate your usage with power savings. For the initial overclock i would disable it so it doesn't create any instabilities and/or confusion.
Edited by Xinoxide - 8/3/11 at 10:16pm
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use coretemp to monitor your temperatures. hopefully your HSF is doing its job, and we can afford to add a little more voltage to obtain stability.

Also, the voltage change is part of C1E stepping, it automatically lowers your CPU multiplier and voltage to accommodate your usage with power savings. For the initial overclock i would disable it so it doesn't create any instabilities and/or confusion.
Ok Thanks! And you know while playing a game for an hour(I was playing 007 blood stone for an hour) and after that I touched my tower and it was too heat but the thing I have never touched it before overclocking.
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If you'r worried about CPUz not showing you OC it's because it shows what freq your cpu is currently if you'r on idle then it will show your idle freq, and for you to see your OC freq then you have to run a CPU stress test and see what your freq is at 100% load.
post #24 of 28
so what does coretemp say about temperatures?

after we see its the heatsink is functioning ( idle temps under control ), we will test loaded temperatures.
Edited by Xinoxide - 8/3/11 at 10:59pm
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so what does coretemp say about temperatures?

after we see its the heatsink is functioning ( idle temps under control ), we will test loaded temperatures.

Core temp says this

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=BsdfCjxra

And sorry for a very late reply
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Core temp says this

http://uploadpic.org/v.php?img=BsdfCjxra

And sorry for a very late reply
late reply is ok, I have a job so it was like it was posted right on time.

Now i want to see what temps we get when we apply 100% load to both cores.

I like to use Prime95 to test for stability, but if you are a stickler, you can use IBT, or LinX.

Id say if we can stay under 65 on full load we may have a little headroom, further under is obviously better.
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late reply is ok, I have a job so it was like it was posted right on time.

Now i want to see what temps we get when we apply 100% load to both cores.

I like to use Prime95 to test for stability, but if you are a stickler, you can use IBT, or LinX.

Id say if we can stay under 65 on full load we may have a little headroom, further under is obviously better.
Anyway I'm not gonna overclock more cause I need to keep this processor for an year!
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