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SLI would probably increase your ambient unless you have good airflow in your case. If your BSODing remember to give your RAM voltage too. BTW what was your error code?
     
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Hey.

Unfortunately I cant remember the BSOD error code.

I did a AUTO TUNNING via the Asus AI tuner and my multiplier is now 42 and BLK is 103 something instead of 100

I did an intel BURN test. Set it to Maximum and one of my cores was 65 and the others were 62-61and 58

It seems my system is stable right now.
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Hey.

Unfortunately I cant remember the BSOD error code.

I did a AUTO TUNNING via the Asus AI tuner and my multiplier is now 42 and BLK is 103 something instead of 100

I did an intel BURN test. Set it to Maximum and one of my cores was 65 and the others were 62-61and 58

It seems my system is stable right now.
Your temps are fine. When I do Intel Burn Tests I hit up to 75C.
     
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I reverted my OC to 42*103 instead of 48*100

When playing BF3 i get 55 maximum

So i am really glad to maintain this heat level OCing my CPU about 30+%

Good thing I invested in this cooler.
post #15 of 17
Go for a manual overclock. If you are not going to run BCLK at 100 then it is wise to get the optimal skew voltage and settings as BCLK overclocking isn't very efficient and kind of dangerous.. For now you should manually set BCLK to 100 and then set CPU voltage to offset auto (may have to change a vrm setting from extreme to standard, optimized or manual setting first otherwise it will be greyed out). Later you can manually fine tune the voltage but I find auto is quite accurate for me and was super close to my manual setting. In digi+ menu (not sure if it has it's own menu on non ROG boards), change t.probe to extreme, LLC to 0%, vrm frequency anywhere between 300 and 350, over 350 is overkill for you. This will help stability while lowering voltage and heat. Asus links vccsa/io voltages together so set this to 1.05v and CPU PLL to 1.7 (can continue to lower without hurting stability and thus reducing heat). Mines stable at 1.55. Also, if you don't intend to use integrated gpu, disable it and then set it's voltage to offset -, and put it to the maximum value to reduce power used. Also, disable C3 and C6 states (core parking, causes instability coming out of idle for minimum power savings), and enable C1E and turbo. Oh and disable cpu speed spectrum as clock modulation just causes further instability. Hopefully, you will now be able to go from 4.2 auto overclock to 4.5ghz now and have same temps or lower.
Edited by amvnz - 10/31/11 at 3:44am
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Those temps are pretty normal considering the cooler and overclocking

If you feel that something is wrong maybe you could try re-doing the thermal paste or just OC the 2500 to 4,2-4,5 instead
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What are you using to monitor tempatures? Also did you pass at least a 10 run burn test at 4.2?
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