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post #11 of 42
Yes, watch that one, if that one gets too high then you should be worried. A guy from AMD said that for the core temperatures you should only be worried if they get past the high 60s, http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=342775
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Kazumi, to my understanding its the socket temperature. Its the die temperature on the motherboard, notice how its tabbed under the motherboard and not the CPU.

That's my best answer. I've got TMPIN0 TMPIN1 and TMPIN2, which are to my understanding, my MOSEFTs, Southbridge, and socket temp. I'll confirm once I get my infrared temperature sensor...
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^Cakewalk can tell you more than I can about this
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Very interesting. So keeping the core temp below 65c (that's giving alot of head room" I should be more then fine. As he suggested high 60's and 65 is a middle choose...haha
post #15 of 42
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Hoping I've finally gotten this..haha Had to increase volts to 1.26 NB and 1.476v on the Core. Thankfully this new cooler is doing perfectly fine keeping temps below 60c but I'm hating how much Volts I'm needing to cram into this at only 4.0Ghz.
post #16 of 42
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Cannot get this damn thing stable.

here is pics of my BIOS

Any suggestions?

This picture I changed CPU/Bus from 206 back to 200, and increase the multi from X19.5 to X20. CPU/NB went down to 2400mhz with the lowered CPU/bus
P1000797.jpg

Stayed the same
P1000796.jpg

Increased the NB from 1.0 to 1.2v
P1000795.jpg


I need suggestions. I'm running out of ideas.
post #17 of 42
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Photobucket changed the upload order for some reason, top and bottom are flip flop
post #18 of 42
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Nearly locked this 4.0Ghz in. Failed at the last second of Intel burn test. But I'll just bump the volts up 1 notch and it will be fine. Now I just gotta work on the 4.1ghz..haha
post #19 of 42
Push that cpu - nb voltage to 1.3, should stable her out. As for the TIM application, use a pea size dot in center, then an old credit card to smear thin across whole IHS, the heatsink will do the rest. Be sure to apply a little pressure once the mounting screws start to set, and don't let it move! It'll be as perfect as you can get, basically. smile.gif

btw, I wouldnt go ruining my AMD cpu with an INTEL BURN IN test. You're degrading your CPU for no reason, and most stress tests are Intel oriented, which is why your CPU is stable Prime95 and not for the intel burn test. I completely quit running stress tests for my CPUs when I noticed degradation in the IMC. When your RAM OC is stable for 3 months, then not... Then you get it stable a bit lower then before, and 3 months later again its not... Thats how you know.

Ooh, the Nb voltage doesnt seem to good either. Give it 1.3 also, and oyu should be bale to do 2800mhz no prob, mebbe even 2900 or 3000... and turn off spread spectrum... I keep seeign stuff that helps, smile.gif
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post #20 of 42
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Originally Posted by SwishaMane View Post

Push that cpu - nb voltage to 1.3, should stable her out. As for the TIM application, use a pea size dot in center, then an old credit card to smear thin across whole IHS, the heatsink will do the rest. Be sure to apply a little pressure once the mounting screws start to set, and don't let it move! It'll be as perfect as you can get, basically. smile.gif
btw, I wouldnt go ruining my AMD cpu with an INTEL BURN IN test. You're degrading your CPU for no reason, and most stress tests are Intel oriented, which is why your CPU is stable Prime95 and not for the intel burn test. I completely quit running stress tests for my CPUs when I noticed degradation in the IMC. When your RAM OC is stable for 3 months, then not... Then you get it stable a bit lower then before, and 3 months later again its not... Thats how you know.

I only ran my stress test once and that was to check to make sure it could handle 100% load, and I only tested for about an hour. I have been running my overclock for a good year now and it runs perfect. If you chip handles IBT for more then about 2 hours, you should be fine under normal everyday load.

Thank god I got a good chip that can clock with minimum voltage. But I totally agree that stress testing isn't as needed as you might think, you are just pushing your chip more then needed. Remember, under everyday load you will maybe hit 70% of IBT at the worst times. Probably under about 40% load on the chip under normal gaming usage.
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