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post #191 of 269
sounds like that could definatly help, might try upgrading the stock fan on the BT to this one
http://nidec.com/va450dc/va450dc.htm

as talked about in this thread
http://www.overclock.net/intel-air-c...oon-users.html

any idea where to buy those online? i couldn't find it on newegg, tigerdirect, or zipzoomfly.
    
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post #192 of 269
Quote:
Originally Posted by g8m3rtag
sounds like that could definatly help, might try upgrading the stock fan on the BT to this one
http://nidec.com/va450dc/va450dc.htm

as talked about in this thread
http://www.overclock.net/intel-air-c...oon-users.html

any idea where to buy those online? i couldn't find it on newegg, tigerdirect, or zipzoomfly.
He's not using the stock fan. and the 2nd thread is somthing he may want to read.

You can buy a TTBT at Newegg:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835106061
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post #193 of 269
i couldnt find the nidec fan

i wasnt aware that he had already changed the fan though
    
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post #194 of 269
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Originally Posted by zerohour
My chip is a gem, I hit 3.5ghz with a 435 FSB, ram at 1:1 stable.

The thing is my temps are too high. Prime stopped because temps hit 55C. I backed down to 3.20ghz @ 1.375V. With 1.375V temps are loading at 45C which still seems high for a TTBT and 110CFM fan.

It is all set corretly with AS5 applied right. I am thinking a nice lap job is in order, but I don't think that's the main problem.

Is there something in Bios I should be enabling or disabling that will help my temps get in check? They shouldn't be that high with such little Vcore.

Why are you afraid of 55c?
Many people are running this chip at 70 load and at 1.45-1.5v.
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post #195 of 269
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Why are you afraid of 55c?
Many people are running this chip at 70 load and at 1.45-1.5v.
Really? I haven't had Intel for a while now, and I was just going by what I didn't let my old P4 650 run over.

3.0ghz stable:
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you have a saved pic of 3.48 ghz on the desktop, was that stable? (must have been for the 16 secs you ran spi 1m)
 
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you have a saved pic of 3.48 ghz on the desktop, was that stable? (must have been for the 16 secs you ran spi 1m)
Pic of 3.48 attached. It was stable for super pi, windows media player, and firefox at the same time, just to high temps. Didn't get to test long term prmie for 8+ hours. And I had room to tweak too, as I was only at 1.4V
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post #198 of 269
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mikey122687
thats his first name??? Luke??? ZeroHour???
LoL...no starwars

Can some one give me a link to the thermal range for the conroes?
I was thinking they were best kept under 50c like the AMD chips.
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Damn Zero. You're pushing the hell out of this bad boy. Good Job!!!
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I would think you could get a fine grinding tip for a dremel and polish it down to a mirror-like surface, using polishing paste. Then clean it all off when you're done.

You might have better luck using a fine to very fine grinding stone for knives.... they're good because you generally just use water and not soap or oil.
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