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Well I'm new to overclocking and would rather get you pro's to check it out in case something's wrong
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They look good. Very nice job on the Overclock! That said... The temps are a little hot... You may want to look at bringing it back to 3.8GHz if you plan to have it on around full load 24/7.
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Temps are higher then I would look but all else seems good, if you lowered the OC I'm sure the voltages can be lowered and temps will lower also.
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Yeah I was thinking this, really didn't want it over 80°c . This comp isn't 24/7 though. Thought my cpu cooler would do better then this though, was hoping for 4ghz with 70°c temps.
Might go out and buy more case fans, a little too warm in there for my liking and hoping this will bring the temps down a little.
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err.panaflo 38mm have oomph for fans
 
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One other thing is I left the voltage on auto, so I think I may go back though it and do it manually.
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Update:

Went through it all and changed the voltages to manual, temps decreased by 7°c. You guys think this should be alright now?

Also thanks for all the help.

Edited by SFYoda - 10/23/11 at 8:53pm
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Looks good, more familiar with the K series. I know the intel burn test usually gets you hotter temps than p95. So all things considered I think that looks good and being under the 80c mark is good. I think you're all set!
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