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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE;14654507 
Just cos you took degraded out of your sig doesnt mean people dont remember,you still got shown up for the fool you are...75c is not safe and you got told this many times,RRT and [H] laughed so hard at that....

Degraded? no, "I thought" it ws degraded, until I checked my memory timings which the CAS was set too tight, Ever since, It's been fine.

Just because the CPU tempature might be hitting 75C, doesnt't mean that the CPU cores would be.
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There's no way to get core temps on AMD chips. The temperature reported by coretemp is what AMD calls "tctl". Here's what AMD says about tctl:
http://support.amd.com/us/Processor_TechDocs/41256.pdf
this is why you use socket temp and not core
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-236754.html
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE;14654470 
nice edit.
Its not about lifespan,its about stability.
An unstable CPU is worthless

Finding out stability... isn't that the point of running Prime95? -_-

IMO, 75C is ok for a suicide run or two but for 24/7 it's just plain foolish.
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Originally Posted by Usario;14654013 
Here's how you want to set up your case's airflow:

Front, side, and/or bottom fans = intake
Top and back fans = exhaust
CPU fan blowing from front to back

It appears you don't have any fan(s) in the front or top of your case. This is severely limiting airflow. Definitely get some. Also make sure they push more than 50 CFM; anything less isn't necessarily great.

BTW, when you reapply the thermal paste be sure to use a small amount, a little smaller than a pea. Then put the heatsink on without spreading the paste; if you put enough pressure on the heatsink it'll spread all by itself. If you spread the thermal paste before applying the heatsink, some very tiny air bubbles might get stuck and limit thermal transfer. You could also miss a spot. When you clean the paste off your CPU, clean it with a cloth that won't leave any lint behind and isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol; just make sure it's ≥90% isopropyl for best results).

When you mount your heatsink again, make the fan blow towards the back of the case for optimal airflow.

That huge clump of wires is also blocking air from moving properly through your case. Try to organize them a bit. Try routing them behind the motherboard tray. If you don't have enough space there, shove them towards the bottom and sides of the case, so they're all flat and up against the case walls instead of dangling in the middle. If they don't stay, it's okay to use scotch tape or any other kind of tape that will hold the cables down but will be easy to remove in the future.

Thanks Usario, I was going to say the same thing but was out all day with my new house.

To deadlysnowcone:
Take your time and organize your case wiring like Usario said, and go out and get some more fans for your case. The bottom and front fan should be intake, the top and back are exhaust. Turning your Zalman will help with temps as well.
Edited by Obakemono - 8/20/11 at 3:10pm
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Originally Posted by deadlysnowcone;14653421 
i plan on re applying the thermal paste today or sometime this week. as for the airflow, it looks something like this:

IMG_0009.jpg

I see 5 spots where you can add fans. Save your money and just get some good 120mm fans and thermal paste.
http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Product.aspx?S=1308&ID=1913#Tab2
Edited by Obakemono - 8/20/11 at 3:23pm
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(going to ignore the argument going on about OCing and safe temps...)

thanks for all the input. as i was looking more into my case, i did see some spaces where i could add some fans. not sure what kind of fans or what good companies to buy from are, but i think i will be OK in that regard. i may just buy one for the front, as my case sits on top of a stool (don't ask, its so that it's not buried in the carpet >.<) as for putting another one on the top, both my blu ray drive and motherboard are almost touching where the screws would go in. would i be OK with just one intake and one output fan? (i think both would be 120mm) also, for god knows why my processor has semmed to stop running hot. i seriously have no clue why. right now it maxes out at 50 C under load. maybe the readings are more inaccurate? im not sure, but i guess my computer just decided to work better for no reasons. games like fallout and BFBC2 still suffer jitters, but that may be the GFX card itself. as of right now, the only things i plan on doing are adding a fan to my case and moving wires around to increase airflow. oh, and maybe reapplying the thermal paste. thanks for all your input, this has been one long troubleshooting period. anyone know what brand i should buy the fan from?
post #57 of 65
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Originally Posted by deadlysnowcone;14656739 
(going to ignore the argument going on about OCing and safe temps...)

thanks for all the input. as i was looking more into my case, i did see some spaces where i could add some fans. not sure what kind of fans or what good companies to buy from are, but i think i will be OK in that regard. i may just buy one for the front, as my case sits on top of a stool (don't ask, its so that it's not buried in the carpet >.<) as for putting another one on the top, both my blu ray drive and motherboard are almost touching where the screws would go in. would i be OK with just one intake and one output fan? (i think both would be 120mm) also, for god knows why my processor has semmed to stop running hot. i seriously have no clue why. right now it maxes out at 50 C under load. maybe the readings are more inaccurate? im not sure, but i guess my computer just decided to work better for no reasons. games like fallout and BFBC2 still suffer jitters, but that may be the GFX card itself. as of right now, the only things i plan on doing are adding a fan to my case and moving wires around to increase airflow. oh, and maybe reapplying the thermal paste. thanks for all your input, this has been one long troubleshooting period. anyone know what brand i should buy the fan from?

What local stores do you have where you are at?
If not, try these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103060
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835129016
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835150070
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999113

Find a board or something to place the case on so you can use the bottom fan. Move your Blueray player down a spot, turn your Zalman to where the fan is facing the front (blowing towards the rear fan), and add 5 fans to yer case. One in front, two on top (I know it will be a tight fit, but my wife's coolermaster is about the same as yours and it is a tight fit for the fans, but they work), one on the bottom and one on the side cover.

Also, what are your settings for the games you play?

EDIT: I would suggest this mobo as an upgrade, since you can run a second GTX card in SLI, your 1055T will fit as well as all your other items. Down the road you could upgrade the CPU to a BD.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128510
Edited by Obakemono - 8/20/11 at 4:50pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Obakemono;14656885 
What local stores do you have where you are at?
If not, try these:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103060
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835129016
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835150070
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999113

Find a board or something to place the case on so you can use the bottom fan. Move your Blueray player down a spot, turn your Zalman to where the fan is facing the front (blowing towards the rear fan), and add 5 fans to yer case. One in front, two on top (I know it will be a tight fit, but my wife's coolermaster is about the same as yours and it is a tight fit for the fans, but they work), one on the bottom and one on the side cover.

Also, what are your settings for the games you play?

first and foremost, about 2 hours ago, my CPU idle temps were 33 c. now, for some inexplicable reason, the idle temps have hopped to 50 C, which is what they were maxing out at earlier. i don't get it. at all. the temp in my room has maybe changed 10 F. so...????????

that aside, im not sure if i can turn the fan. it only locks in one way on the processor, but i will see if turning it is possible. i will try to get as many fans as possible within my budget. and i will most likely be buying from frys. ALSO almost forgot, you can see my psu on my system details. do i have enough connectors for all those fans? or do they plug into the motherboard?

so my new question is: why have my idle temps jumped from 30 C to 50 C? i am doing nothing different at all. the 30 C idle temps were staying constant for 2 hours straight. i come back an hour later and it is 50 C idle. ***?
Edited by deadlysnowcone - 8/20/11 at 4:57pm
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i may have found why my system is running at various temps idle.

when it is at 33 C, task manager shows 1-2% CPU usage, which is normal.

but, for no apparent reason, when idle task manager will show me this
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i don't know why it is running around 20%... anyone have any ideas?
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UPDATE: i may have found the culprit. when i went into resource manager, something called "trusted installer" was using all that processing power. not sure if it was legit or a virus, but i ended the process and.. wait, as i double check, that "trusted installer" is back. going to try ending the process tree to see if it helps.
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