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post #2411 of 8112
One nice try on Windows XP SP3 32BIT, later on other OS, i will bench on everY OS,

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post #2412 of 8112
Again nice Result !!!!375
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post #2413 of 8112
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Originally Posted by zvonexp View Post

Again nice Result !!!!375

Yes those are very nice results for that frquency. I usually get that around 4.8Ghz or even 4.9Ghz sometimes.

May I ask what your settings are?
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post #2414 of 8112
592 I was able to play games like Crysis2 and BF3 at 5Ghz overclock but Cinebench was crushing all the time in no matter what, 4.7Ghz gives me this results.
Now I'm working on how to expand my cooling system to reach over 5Ghz speeds.
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Well this is my Cinebench test

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Edited by ShooterFX - 12/25/11 at 1:25am
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post #2416 of 8112
Quote:
Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

Yeah those temps are way too high for that setup. At that clock with the H70 you should only be about 40Celsius during Prime95 100%
What is your CPU temp in the BIOS? Should be sitting around 24 Celsius. If it's any higher, you have a problem with the Cooler Seating.
If it's at that temperature, then your temp program is reading wrong.

in bios I have 39-40c

will try to order a new thermal paste... any recommendations?
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post #2417 of 8112
One more result smile.gif375
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post #2418 of 8112
I think pure HTT overclocking may prove to be more stable due to keeping all clock ratios in the chip closer to the designed ratios / specs. Im sure there are component ratios that are not user changeable. Bus clocking also ups these frequencies and helps maintain stability.
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post #2420 of 8112
Can't read your numbers. Need a better pic
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