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Hi. I'm new to OC, and I think my system is overheating with settings below:

http://www.overclock.net/attachment....1&d=1318087159

I also don't know which temperature is true: RealTemp, AI Suite II, CPUID HW monitor, or anything else? They all show differences in temperatures sometimes more then 12°C.
I also get jumps of 10-12°C on my AI Suite II, which goes with motherbord's BIOS.
Any Ideas? Maybe change some other voltages or settings I don't know?

I've configured this pc on http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/ with plans to overclock it myself. So I dint apply the thermal stuff myself; they did. I also took off the radiator and side case fan and added it to the radiator as a second fan. I think they call it push-pull...? They connected straight to the PSU, so I don't know if they're spinning fast enough.

Sorry, I'm new to OC, so any advise willbe helpful. Thanks.
    
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Never ever trust AI Suite, its garbage. Trust realtemp or coretemp. Try switching off throttling of the fans in the BIOS(q-fan). Can also possibly be a bad mount.
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Are you using any case fans? AI Suite should show them. I wouldn't (my personal preference) run those temps 24/7 but in realistic tasks such as gaming you won't see that kind of temps.

Use HWMonitor or Core Temp for temp monitoring.

Edit: Are you using the stock rad fan for the H60? then your temps are perfectly normal.
Edited by CaPoX - 10/9/11 at 8:45am
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There is nothing wrong with 5ghz near 70c. Hell, I hit that from time to time.

Within RealTemp go into Settings and see what it shows for your TJMax. It may be gray, but that's fine.
Edited by Angrybutcher - 10/9/11 at 2:59am
 
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post #5 of 7
Temps look fine to me...
post #6 of 7
Temps are little high but nothing serious.
All tough AI suite doesn't show core temp but CPU itself. That is little high, 72C, it could burn your finger if you were to touch that.
Is there any reason why you want 5GHz? There won't be difference in 4.5GHz and 5GHz in gaming.
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1.44v on an H60. Yeah, 79*C load temp is about right. It on the higher side, but its still safe. You're good to go.
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