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Roll cam tide-what kind of case cooling do you have in your scout?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tehwalris;15308066 
The screenshot of cpu-z is attached (4153.8mhz and 1.368v) prime 95 seems to freeze my rig (the one in my sig). Is that normal? I just left stress on in linux (100% load on all cores) and the temps are 57-59. Now that I think about it my freind seems to get the same temps on his Phenom II 4x at 1.5v
So is this the right paste to get? How much paste is 4g and 20g and which should I get?
Thanks for all the help so far biggrin.gif
Edit: I set the voltage on my board in increments making stock+custom. Should I do it like that or specify a voltage directly (Asus M5A99X EVO)

If Prime is freezing your computer when you run it, that means your OC is not stable. You probably need more vcore but don't do it until you can get your temperatures under control. I suggest you go back to stock until you can get good TIM on your chip.

As far as that page goes, it looks right but I cant tell because of the formatting (and german)

If you can order from amazon look here

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Arctic-Cooling-MX-4-Thermal-paste/dp/B0045JCFLY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1318617323&sr=8-1"]http://www.amazon.com/Arctic-Cooling-MX-4-Thermal-paste/dp/B0045JCFLY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1318617323&sr=8-1[/ame]

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Ocztfrztc-Extreme-Thermal-Conductivity-Compound/dp/B00128TA78/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1318617337&sr=8-1"]http://www.amazon.com/Ocztfrztc-Extreme-Thermal-Conductivity-Compound/dp/B00128TA78/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1318617337&sr=8-1[/ame]

EDIT: The amount you buy is totally up to you, when you apply it you only need a dot a little bigger than a grain of rice.
post #13 of 57
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Originally Posted by tehwalris;15308108 
Roll cam tide-what kind of case cooling do you have in your scout?

Stock Front, Top, and Rear Fans (120mm/140mm/120mm I think) I have a side door fan in the lower slot, top slot is blocked by my Frio cooler. 6870 is dual slot and blows out the back, PSU takes case air in and also blows it out the back. I think it actually may be negative pressure now that I think about it lol

EDIT: Do you have the side fans installed?
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Originally Posted by Roll Cam Tide;15308182 
Stock Front, Top, and Rear Fans (120mm/140mm/120mm I think) I have a side door fan in the lower slot, top slot is blocked by my Frio cooler. 6870 is dual slot and blows out the back, PSU takes case air in and also blows it out the back. I think it actually may be negative pressure now that I think about it lol

EDIT: Do you have the side fans installed?
Almost the same layout as me biggrin.gif
Edit: I don't have side fans
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tehwalris;15308205 
Almost the same layout as me biggrin.gif
Edit: I don't have side fans

Well let me tell you something if you don't already know. IMO this case is by far one of the best on the market EXCEPT for one flaw..... When you put fans on the side of it they make noise. The design of the plastic "fins" that cover the fan cause them to whistle. And worse yet, when I had two fans in it they would pulse at different times creating a kind of harmonic which made it stand out even more! If you let the fans run at the stock speed, it will DRIVE YOU CRAZY. I had to buy a fan controller for mine to keep the rpm's down and keep the speed down. If you take the fan off the side of the case, silent as a whisper lol. Soon I will be modding the plastic to remove the fins and replace them with a regular aluminum fan cover. Basically what I'm saying, don't buy side fans without buying a fan controller teaching.gif

EDIT: Added up there ^
Edited by Roll Cam Tide - 10/14/11 at 11:58am
post #16 of 57
Do you have Load Line Calibration enabled? That would explain the high temps at 1.35 vcore. Under load with LLC enabled, vcore will increase.

Also, how do you have the Kuhler 620 set up? As an exhaust or intake? Do you have a push-pull setup of fans on there?
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One more tip for you while I'm at it, the Thubans LOVE a boost on the northbridge. If you overclock it the Thubans become much "snappier" so I'd definitely suggest giving that multiplier a nudge. (make sure you keep the voltages and temps in check there as well)
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Originally Posted by Roll Cam Tide;15308303 
Well let me tell you something if you don't already know. IMO this case is by far one of the best on the market EXCEPT for one flaw..... When you put fans on the side of it they make noise. The design of the plastic "fins" that cover the fan cause them to whistle. And worse yet, when I had two fans in it they would pulse at different times creating a kind of harmonic which made it stand out even more! If you let the fans run at the stock speed, it will DRIVE YOU CRAZY. I had to buy a fan controller for mine to keep the rpm's down and keep the speed down. If you take the fan off the side of the case, silent as a whisper lol. Soon I will be modding the plastic to remove the fins and replace them with a regular aluminum fan cover. Basically what I'm saying, don't buy side fans without buying a fan controller teaching.gif

EDIT: Added up there ^
Thanks for that biggrin.gif That would have given me alot of trouble biggrin.gif
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use the stock+custom setting..reboot..see what the voltage is..you're probably going to need from 1.46-1.54 to achieve the stability over 4 ghz
 
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Originally Posted by decimator;15308343 
Do you have Load Line Calibration enabled? That would explain the high temps at 1.35 vcore. Under load with LLC enabled, vcore will increase.

Also, how do you have the Kuhler 620 set up? As an exhaust or intake? Do you have a push-pull setup of fans on there?
So should I keep LLC on or turn it off?
My Kuhler is like this (Case rear)(Fan blowing out of the case)(Kuhler 620)(Rest of case) I'm just using my stock case fan for it. I think ill add the supplied one as push once i find some more screws (such a pain biggrin.gif). Is there a way to mount it withought screws?
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