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So should I really ignore that 120C warning? I was scared to be frank. Are you sure? But you said that the highest you have seen 60c, why the hell did I get 120C? Plus, when I prime 95 the system, core temp/real temps shows the cpu around 58c, while on Ai sensors, it is around 37c/40c? What the?

What is hardware monitor can you please tell me?
Don't run AI Suite & other monitoring utilities at the same time. Choose one. CPU reading in AI Suite is not CPU core temperature reading. That's why the reading is different. I think AI Suite is reading CPU assembly sensor, probably near the CPU socket.

Uninstall AI Suite then monitor using AIDA64 or HWiNFO64 or HWMonitor or Open Hardware Monitor. If you have android phone, you might want to check out TRIGONE. It allow you to monitor CPU temps & other sensor from your phone.
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By the way, is the Vcore safe on 1.272? This only happens on full load on Prime 95. JJ said that Prime 95 could damage the CPU, what do you think? I did a lot of research to do the OC myself, this is my first time. And should I turn of Spread Spectrum?

Thanks again man....
It's recommended to disabled Spread Spectrum because they can cause system lock up when overclock. But if it doesn't cause any problem, then you can leave them enabled.

It's also recommended to disabled anti surge when overclock 4.7GHz or higher.
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Hey, look what I got for myself. I decided not to get GTX680/7970 this time but I want to put my rig under water first.

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PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 10ft Tubing - 7/16in. ID X 5/8in. OD - Crystal Clear
Monsoon Free Center Compression Fittings, 7/16" x 5/8" Six Pack - Chrome

Cougar Vortex PWM CF-V12HP 120x25mm Silent Fan (5 pieces)
Durelene PVC tubing 7/16in. ID 5/8in. OD by Saint-Gobain (10ft)

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- XSPC D5 pump + dual-bay res
- XSPC EX240 radiator
- XSPC black chrome compression fittings (x6)
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Do these temps seem okay? I know the overclock may seem weird but I tried the BCLK at 125 / 37 and left everything else auto and it worked the first time I tested with prime but failed the test within miliseconds the next time I started up my comp to try it out. But prime has been running for 20min now and the temps seem to have stabled out for the most part around:
Core 1: 76-78C
Core 2-4: 69-74C

Also the 120 x 39 keeps the DRAM at 1600 which is it's default speed.

Edit: Core 1 just tapped 79 but dropped down to 75. I still consider myself new to the OC scene even if I have run a stable 4.3Ghz for months so sorry if any of this sounds retarded.

Also on my 4.3OC my VID(dunno what that means, it's in Core Temp) would be around 1.3 and yet when I adjust the BCLK to 120 or 125 it gets a higher OC, higher temps, but less VID. I dunno if that's good or bad or what. I just typed in 43 since that's what I assume my X79 and 3820 can figure out how to OC by themselves.
Also yes the clocks do drop when they are not under use:
100% load: Look at Pic
0%: 1439.98Mhz, 1.0708VID, 29 watts, idle temps core 1-4: 38,32,38,32
Edited by iDuskFang - 2/5/13 at 10:52pm
post #2383 of 6491
auto settings for key voltages on higher clocks is prolly never gonna be 100% stable...i would say those temps are pretty good though....what is the vcore under load
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Originally Posted by zerokool_3211 View Post

auto settings for key voltages on higher clocks is prolly never gonna be 100% stable...i would say those temps are pretty good though....what is the vcore under load

Yeah this start-up Prime showed it wasn't stable... Hmm. Also comp glitched starting up the first time and reset itself.
Yep definitely not stable.

Not under load according to CPUZ: 1.392
And uhhh... Same under load :/

Crap.

I should note I'm trying to get a 24/7 overclock with power savings and stuff when it's not in use. I don't know if it's possible to do with BCLK adjustment or if I'm stuck with 4.3Ghz without using that. Don't need no 5Ghz or anything but I do like having it's max clock set for better fps etc But no need to kill the poor thing since a lot of my time on the computer isn't spent doing CPU heavy stuff.
Edited by iDuskFang - 2/5/13 at 10:40pm
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Originally Posted by LayerCakes View Post

Don't really want to drain my loop so many times ;/
Are you serious tongue.gif If you want the clocks and the temps install that block wink.gif QDC'S koolance to suit 1/2in 3/4 hose on the block so much eaiser to change or add stuff to the loop smile.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 2/6/13 at 1:51am
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Are you serious tongue.gif If you want the clocks and the temps install that block wink.gif QDC'S koolance to suit 1/2in/3/4 hose on the block so much eaiser to change or add stuff to the loop smile.gif

cant wait to get my new custom loop...looks like possibly 2 weeks smile.gif
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cant wait to get my new custom loop...looks like possibly 2 weeks smile.gif
I bet you are sweating bullets to get your mitts on that drool.gif
post #2388 of 6491
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

Hey, look what I got for myself. I decided not to get GTX680/7970 this time but I want to put my rig under water first.

EK-FC5870 acetal + nickel
Hardware Labs Black Ice GT Stealth GTS360 - Red

PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 10ft Tubing - 7/16in. ID X 5/8in. OD - Crystal Clear
Monsoon Free Center Compression Fittings, 7/16" x 5/8" Six Pack - Chrome

Cougar Vortex PWM CF-V12HP 120x25mm Silent Fan (5 pieces)
Durelene PVC tubing 7/16in. ID 5/8in. OD by Saint-Gobain (10ft)

Parts I already has:-
- XSPC Raystorm CPU block
- XSPC D5 pump + dual-bay res
- XSPC EX240 radiator
- XSPC black chrome compression fittings (x6)
Good Stuff kizwan! I can see o'clock wars coming on thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by iDuskFang View Post

Yeah this start-up Prime showed it wasn't stable... Hmm. Also comp glitched starting up the first time and reset itself.
Yep definitely not stable.

Not under load according to CPUZ: 1.392
And uhhh... Same under load :/

Crap.

I should note I'm trying to get a 24/7 overclock with power savings and stuff when it's not in use. I don't know if it's possible to do with BCLK adjustment or if I'm stuck with 4.3Ghz without using that. Don't need no 5Ghz or anything but I do like having it's max clock set for better fps etc But no need to kill the poor thing since a lot of my time on the computer isn't spent doing CPU heavy stuff.
Try these settings and see how you go 4754@2056 smile.gif read em from bottom to top tongue.gif













Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 2/6/13 at 2:25am
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Originally Posted by kizwan View Post

Hey, look what I got for myself. I decided not to get GTX680/7970 this time but I want to put my rig under water first.

EK-FC5870 acetal + nickel
Hardware Labs Black Ice GT Stealth GTS360 - Red

PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 10ft Tubing - 7/16in. ID X 5/8in. OD - Crystal Clear
Monsoon Free Center Compression Fittings, 7/16" x 5/8" Six Pack - Chrome

Cougar Vortex PWM CF-V12HP 120x25mm Silent Fan (5 pieces)
Durelene PVC tubing 7/16in. ID 5/8in. OD by Saint-Gobain (10ft)

Parts I already has:-
- XSPC Raystorm CPU block
- XSPC D5 pump + dual-bay res
- XSPC EX240 radiator
- XSPC black chrome compression fittings (x6)
Good Stuff kizwan! I can see o'clock wars coming on thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by iDuskFang View Post

Yeah this start-up Prime showed it wasn't stable... Hmm. Also comp glitched starting up the first time and reset itself.
Yep definitely not stable.

Not under load according to CPUZ: 1.392
And uhhh... Same under load :/

Crap.

I should note I'm trying to get a 24/7 overclock with power savings and stuff when it's not in use. I don't know if it's possible to do with BCLK adjustment or if I'm stuck with 4.3Ghz without using that. Don't need no 5Ghz or anything but I do like having it's max clock set for better fps etc But no need to kill the poor thing since a lot of my time on the computer isn't spent doing CPU heavy stuff.
Try these settings and see how you go 4754@2056 smile.gif read em from bottom to top tongue.gif
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Oh wow... thanks. Ill try that. Buuuuuuuuuuut I don't think my RAM can do 2000something Mhz or whatever O_O that's a lil crazy to me. Can you overclock RAM? and if so I don't need that much speed haha. 1600Mhz is fine for me but a lil boost can't hurt if it's okay for it.
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Originally Posted by iDuskFang View Post

Oh wow... thanks. Ill try that. Buuuuuuuuuuut I don't think my RAM can do 2000something Mhz or whatever O_O that's a lil crazy to me. Can you overclock RAM? and if so I don't need that much speed haha. 1600Mhz is fine for me but a lil boost can't hurt if it's okay for it.
1600 odd is fine you can set the dram speed in the bios its a separate setting from the multiplier smile.gif If this helps you out hit that button thumb.gif
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