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So what temps should I see as bad as far as folding 24/7.....just so I can know what voltage I can give...I am on an h100....corsair 600t
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I think I've found the problem, and I don't think it's the CPU. When my comp was at the shop, I think my H100 rad was damaged somehow, but seeing how much they've helped me, I won't bother complaining about it. Also because it's near impossible to prove they did it and not myself. Since it's christmas time, though, I can't fix it until the new year. Guess I'll wait and get a H100i as soon as I can.
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I think I've found the problem, and I don't think it's the CPU. When my comp was at the shop, I think my H100 rad was damaged somehow, but seeing how much they've helped me, I won't bother complaining about it. Also because it's near impossible to prove they did it and not myself. Since it's christmas time, though, I can't fix it until the new year. Guess I'll wait and get a H100i as soon as I can.

Was it leaking ?
post #1764 of 6491
Hi just joined!

I recently upgraded my q6600 system to 3820 + p9x79 pro.




As you can see in the screenshot, bus speed and dram frequency are dropping unlike in my previous cpu-z result in Windows7 which usually at stable bus 100MHz and ram 800MHz.

My question really if this is normal/ok?
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Yes you have all c-states enabled and sidestep . smile.gif These kick in when idling so when there is load on your cpu will go back to the clock speed it is setup to . in your case that i believe is standard clock or 3.8Ghz . I hope that answers your question thumb.gif That is abig upgrade from 775 to 2011 wink.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 12/16/12 at 3:44am
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Hi just joined!
I recently upgraded my q6600 system to 3820 + p9x79 pro.


As you can see in the screenshot, bus speed and dram frequency are dropping unlike in my previous cpu-z result in Windows7 which usually at stable bus 100MHz and ram 800MHz.
My question really if this is normal/ok?

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Yes you have all c-states enabled and sidestep . smile.gif These kick in when idling so when there is load on your cpu will go back to the clock speed it is setup to . in your case that i believe is standard clock or 3.8Ghz . I hope that answers your question thumb.gif That is abig upgrade from 775 to 2011 wink.gif
^ this & the reason the CPU frequency throttle down to ~1200MHz because CPU is entering LFM mode when idle which is 1200MHz (x12 multiplier) for SB-E processors.

Regarding Bus Speed go down less than 100MHz, I don't know the real reason of it or what cause it. Try disabled "CPU Spread Spectrum" in UEFI BIOS.
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Hi just joined!

I recently upgraded my q6600 system to 3820 + p9x79 pro.
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As you can see in the screenshot, bus speed and dram frequency are dropping unlike in my previous cpu-z result in Windows7 which usually at stable bus 100MHz and ram 800MHz.

My question really if this is normal/ok?

Good board and good chip thumb.gif welcome wave2.gif
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Was it leaking ?

Not that I know of, but I suspect it may have at some point. But it's not the most expensive thing to replace anyway, but christmas time isn't the time to do it tongue.gif
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