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post #11 of 20
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Originally Posted by Sluger
@ Tiwas,

that sounds great 4,65 Ghz , but you cool with Water. What do you thing is the End with Air ?

Now my Temps are about 49 C with "Last" which Temperatue is Danger ?

You asked me about the >> vMCH, vICH, vFSB Settings . No´i dont change annothing there, all is in Auto Mode...

In Everst i see the CPU Vore jumps from 1,296 to 1,312 is that ok..

What should i choose by the Ram Voltage, its also in Auto Mode... 1,9 Volt or more ?

Thx
Im using air cooling and my D930 is stable up to 4.2GHz on 1.45v with my Big Typhoon and I get fine temperatures.
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post #12 of 20
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if you aren't going to take responsibility for the advice, you really shouldn;t give it But that's just me.
Yup, I know. That's why I pointed him to the guide.


[QUOTE=ThumperDefinatly read the guides, lots of good information.......I personally recomend making small, single changes. Raise your FSB by 5-10MHz only, and don't change your chipset voltages, or RAM settings all at the same time. See how high the CPU will go, then see if you can lower the RAM timings....ect.....

Slow and steady.......[/QUOTE]

My experience with the D930 and the ASUS mainboard was that I would get absolutely nowhere interesting without raising the chipset voltages. About the rest - I completely agree with you, but I wanted him to read the guide instead of telling him what to do. It's so well written, and contains a lot more info than I could write in one post. So, yeah - keep memory @ SPD and speeds lower than advertised, go easy on the vcore and frquency jumps. But I still believe what I said about the chipset and fsb voltages to be true...But then again, you're a lot better at overclocking than I am
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You have those mixed up I think. The memory controler hub(MCH) is the northbridge and the Input/output controler hub(ICH) is the south bridge.
You see, that's why people recommend at least four hours of sleep before making posts that force you into thinking.

Thanks for picking that up, and please wish me luck - I'm going to go configure the company firewall instead. I'm sure that doesn't require too much thinking
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@ Tiwas,

yes i already reed the overclocking guide - so i could better understanding overclcoking

@ All

Yesterday i make a new tests and look at the temperature !

54 ´C and that @ just 3300 Mhz....

I use the Zalman 9500 is that normal ?

@ Thumper

Could you please post your Temperature at Last with Air Cooling ?

When the top with air is 55 C, should i go higher ?

Shows Everest the correct Temp ?
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If that's 100% load, I'd say you could still bump it a little try not to pass maximum 60 with it.

What's your voltages?
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@ tiwas

Now i have 1,31 Cpu Volt and 55 C ! is very much... i could try how much higher i can go until i have 60 C...

I thougt the Zalmann 9500 was a great Air Cooler, now i dont think so... maybe i should bye the Noctua NH-U12 Cooler .. and i have better results with him..

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Originally Posted by Sluger

I use the Zalman 9500 is that normal ?

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@ Thumper

Could you please post your Temperature at Last with Air Cooling ?

When the top with air is 55 C, should i go higher ?

Currently, my system loads out at 50c with an ambient temp of about 25-26c (31c or so inside the case).

55c is about as hot as you want to take these for 24/7 operation. If you won't actually load the CPU fully most times then you could go a bit higher........keep in mind, the intel spec of 63c for that CPU is assuming stock FSB. Higher FSB does cause added stress which increases the electromigration damage to the CPU, so you want to run it a little cooler to minimize this damage. Again, if you won't be running it at full load 24/7, then you have a little more leeway since it won't be at that high temp all the time.

Are you setting your voltage manually or did you leave it on AUTO? I would suggest you set your vcore at 1.275 and see if it will pass prime. Unless you got a finicky CPU, you should not need that much voltage to hit 3.3.



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=tiwas]My experience with the D930 and the ASUS mainboard was that I would get absolutely nowhere interesting without raising the chipset voltages.
I got my 920 to 3.96 stable with no chipset voltage adjustments at all.
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@ Thumper...

I dont want to use the D930 for 24/7 use... just gaming and surfing in the www ´ just 5-6 hours a day ...

Now @ that time I set the voltage manually, to 1,31 V , i can test if the temps are going down in Auto Mode...

After that i can make a new test with 1,275 volt what you told me...

Can Upload the results later with a sceenshot

You write a interessting rewiev from Zalmann 9500 vs Noctua... very interessting for me..

Finally i mean i have to buy a new air cooler, when i like to have 3,8 Ghz
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Well, my take is that you'll probably be able to go a lot higher on the voltage if you just play around with the vMCH, vICH and vFSB settings a bit. If you're currently at 55c at 100% load on both cores, then there's not a lot of headroom for upping the vcore much if anything.

I tend to be a bit reckless when OCing. As I have my own company I just replace it if it breaks and deduct it from my taxes. Net loss - $0 If you're not in the same position you'd probably want to listen to Thumper for any air cooling teaks...

Thumper: care to share what your secrets to getting those high clocks on such low voltages? I tend to get really good clocks myself, but my voltage is a *lot* higher than yours...
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@ Tiwas....

Yes i had a wall @ 55 C when both cores are loading with 100%..

With just one core, or just 85 % load both the temperature is a little bit cooler..

I had no time on the weekend for more tests .. but today i will look forward.

Maybe i bought a proffesional water cool system, but i dont now which is good and not about 500 $


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