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Will do, also how do I check my cpu speed and ram speed after I OC it? Is it supposed to show up in CPU Z? Or can I only verify it in the BIOS.

Cpu z will show your current cpu and ram speed. Cpu is on the first tab, memory is on the fourth. As I mentioned previously your cpu is downclocking when idle due to a power saving feature but it should pop back up to max when you run a stress test on your cpu. Cpu z should show this in action thumb.gif
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1.35-1.40v still to high for just 4ghz it should be like 1.185 or 1.20v only
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Also my heatsink was rattling alittle, so I guess I have to tighten it again.
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I'm going to take apart my heatsink and reapply the paste, and then tighten up the heatsink this time and recheck the temps.
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The Heatsink was rattling slightly at first, also I put too much thermal paste, I took out the heatsink red did the thermal paste and reattached the hsf tighter this time. Temps dropped. Currently OCed to 4.0ghz with 1600 16gb ram and 1.3 core volt. This is with only the top and front 200m fans, I'm still waiting for my exhaust and bottom fans so only have two atm.
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1.6 Volts??????? Id be amazed if your CPU isn't damaged. Guess we know that 1.40 is safer than previously thought if your Chip is still breathing after pumping 1.6 (Minus 1.6 Suicide runs for benchmarks like 3dmark11) How long ur chip been at 1.6? Also those temps are dangerous. 85C is the general safe Max. 75 C being safer max. 95 C chip begans to throttle. 98C it should shut off. 100C+ = damage exposure. Those temps and voltage exposure defiantly permanently degraded your cpu to some point. But lowering it will stop that damage before it kills your chip. But the fact that its still running after that shows just how Rock solid intel builds CPU's. If it was an AMD the house would be in flames by now LOL. But sir i must give you an award. YOU Have balls running your chip like that. biggrin.gif I just wanna know how long you have been running that at 1.6 volts. Also never trust auto voltage for CPU Vcore, especially with Asrock as they make terrible motherboards from my past experiences. Asus makes good boards and i still don't trust the mobo regulating voltage with an OC. I Set most voltages manually except for the Southbridge which is around 1.05~
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post #29 of 32
THIS GUY.
You are incredibly lucky. I start looking at these pictures and BEFORE MY EYES I see 97 degrees, 98, EVEN 92 in BIOS?!

I should run around screaming if my CPU went anywhere near 90.
Not that there is "long term" damage, but very small if you hit these temps... and we all don't know how long you've been lingering in bios with those ridiculous temps.
I'm scared for your 2500k man.
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post #30 of 32
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Only in the BIOS did is show those temps and during the 4 minute stress test, but since my comp was mostly on idle temps, I don't know if there was much damage. I was at 1.6 only in the BIOS for about 15-20 minutes. I reapplied my heatsink and changed auto to fixed and put my vcore at 1.2, it's stable for the most part and my cpu temps are now to 53 now in the BIOS.
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