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post #11 of 28
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check the "Get your thermal analaysis tool here" post. Nas put up a new link for thermal monitoring tool for core duo's.
I'll look at it but I dont see it being any better than Speed fan.
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Intel Thermal Analysis Tool

Edit: I know, late
    
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Edit--
It doesnt appear to work.

Likewise, the BIOS doesnt work correctly it simply shows my temps at 128c becuase its lower than -25c.
This must be a related to extreme cooling the tool is probably fine for other types of cooling.

Surprizingly though Speedfan seems to work correctly.

Intel® Thermal Analysis Tool: v 2.05.2006.0420
Processor: Pentium® M Processor (6FXh)
Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2
OS version: 5.1.2600 (Build 2600)
On Demand Clock Modulation [Processor 0] : Chipset: 0-4 Processor: 0-1
On Demand Clock Modulation [Processor 1] : Chipset: 0-4 Processor: 0-1
Driver Version: v1.0
Power Source: AC
Workload library returns Context: 0x1
Polling Period: 2000 mSec.
On Demand Clock Modulation [Processor 0] : Chipset: 0-4 Processor: 0-1
On Demand Clock Modulation [Processor 1] : Chipset: 0-4 Processor: 0-1
13:14:47: ** Monitor Started **
13:14:47: No temperature reading
=== Thermal Zone Info ===
Writing to C:\\Program Files\\Intel Corporation\\Thermal Analysis Tool\\Results.txt
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I cant use speed fan for some reason. Im gonna try to re-install. I'll let you know if I have any luck.....and hopefully some temos too. BTW-> sdumper...do you use SiSandra at all? You got the 1337 system w/ the phase, I was curious to see what your cpu scores are.
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I cant use speed fan for some reason. Im gonna try to re-install. I'll let you know if I have any luck.....and hopefully some temos too. BTW-> sdumper...do you use SiSandra at all? You got the 1337 system w/ the phase, I was curious to see what your cpu scores are.

No I havent used that yet but you can get an idea by looking here:

http://www.overclock.net/benchmarkin...chmarking.html

and

http://www.overclock.net/benchmarkin...arking-36.html

Also talk with the following regarding Conroe temps:
Thumper, Mikey and Ropey they have all spent a bit of time researching the acceptable temps for these chips.
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ROFL.....ur 3d 06' score is my 3d 05' score. You solder your 7900's or use the conductive ink? Im assuming your at 1.55v correct?
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ROFL.....ur 3d 06' score is my 3d 05' score. You solder your 7900's or use the conductive ink? Im assuming your at 1.55v correct?
I used Conductive ink and I modded to 1.55v. Its mostly the CPU though because these same cards with with 3ghz Opty 165 were much lower than Chozart even though my Opty 165 was clocked higher. His cards are just faster cards than mine and they each have 512mb or DDR3 whereas mine only have 256mb.

These chips are very nice performers
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post #18 of 28
either way wurks for me....lol. I cant imagine SLI with that cpu..... {drools}

Have you had any luck going beyond 400fsb? Why not try 450fsb and 9x multi ? er something to that effect?
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either way wurks for me....lol. I cant imagine SLI with that cpu..... {drools}

Have you had any luck going beyond 400fsb? Why not try 450fsb and 9x multi ? er something to that effect?
I have gone as high as 422 with the locked multi at 10. I just purchased the same mobo as you for use with an e6400 im experimenting with but once I mod the P5W I may give it to the e6400 and the P5B to the e6700...I just need to run all the numbers to see which works the best and my time is very limited these days.
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post #20 of 28
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Also talk with the following regarding Conroe temps:
Thumper, Mikey and Ropey they have all spent a bit of time researching the acceptable temps for these chips.
Thanks for the kind words, I would add that some of my research was actually given to me by Ropey.......I really think he's an android......


now, who's temps are we talking about here? You're freaky negitive load temps or the thread starters 51c idle temps?


The first step in determining any "safe" levels for your system is laying out what your purpose, goal, and expectations of the system are. Afterall, if you want to keep this system running for 5+ years, there are different operating principles then there are for those that only plan to use their system for 2 years, and then there are the extremely different considerations that are for people who don't plan to use the system past 1 year or less. Not to mention if you plan 24/7 operation, or just playing games.

If you are using stock cooling, with those idle temps (51 and 48, read using TAT), then you should set everything back to stock settings and run 2 Prime stress tests and look at the temps under 100% load on both cores. If the temp readings go over 55 at stock settings, you really don't have a good base to start overclocking a system for 24/7 operation for the long term.

Since you have already ordered an aftermarket cooler that has pretty good reviews (especially for the price), I would wait, install that when it arrives and then run the same test (at stock settings) and see what the load temps are. Hopefully they are around 45c load, but at least under 50c. Then you can begin to slowly overclock the CPU following the guides with small, progressive adjustments until you find your max overclock within your planned guidelines.

For a 24/7 operating machine, with longevity in mind, I would not exceed 1.4v and 57c load in either core. If you do not plan on folding (shame on you ) and will not use it 24/7, your max load temp on either core can be 60c, as you will not likely have it under full load often or for long, and spikes of these tempatures are allowed.

If you plan to replace this CPU within a year or do not care about longevity, you can exceed the 1.4v mark, but I caution against violating the tempurature guidelines, especially with more voltage. Voltage causes damage to the CPU, and heat increases this damage.
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