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Thank you very much. I'm getting 44-47 C in a game right now. and my fans are loud and scaring me. ***? I've never had this problem before. Is it really getting that hot?

It could be your PSU, I've got a Corsair PSU as well, and it's gettting very loud under load.

But I can't tell if it's the PSU, which fans have you got.
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Uhhh Noctua NH-D14, and the fans on my Cooler Master HAF 922.
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Uhhh Noctua NH-D14, and the fans on my Cooler Master HAF 922.

The Noctua fans won't get that loud at least, that's for sure.

Can you open up your case and just go close to the PSU, to check if it's the PSU making the noise.
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It isn't doing it atm. I shall try to make it reoccur. Until then I will look into the PLL stuff. Thank you. :-]
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It isn't doing it atm. I shall try to make it reoccur. Until then I will look into the PLL stuff. Thank you. :-]

You are welcome, let me know how it goes smile.gif
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You are welcome, let me know how it goes smile.gif

Alright! So I lowered my PLL from 1.79 to 1.70 and raised my Vcore to an offset of 0.045 for multiplier of 48. I get 1.4 volts running p95 but I get an error when running the 1344 test.

Fatal error, rounding was .5, expected .4
post #47 of 93
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Alright! So I lowered my PLL from 1.79 to 1.70 and raised my Vcore to an offset of 0.045 for multiplier of 48. I get 1.4 volts running p95 but I get an error when running the 1344 test.
Fatal error, rounding was .5, expected .4

I can see that you've got Corsair RAMs. Which ones? Which timings? and which speed?

And if you've OC'ed your RAM you should put them back to stock while messing around with the cpu.
Edited by casp1887 - 4/14/12 at 2:17pm
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post #48 of 93
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Well funny thing is, my timings are 9-9-9-24-2T and 1333MHz and 1.5V.

I hadn't touched these settings until recently when I saw they were 7-7-7-20-1N and 1333MHz and 1.65 V. So i changed them to their respective values above.

I could've swore they were dual channel but in my sig, which was made at the time i got my computer, maybe they are triple channel. I'm not sure at this point. I got them in a set pack of 2x3GB sticks for a total of 6GB.
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Well funny thing is, my timings are 9-9-9-24-2T and 1333MHz and 1.5V.
I hadn't touched these settings until recently when I saw they were 7-7-7-20-1N and 1333MHz and 1.65 V. So i changed them to their respective values above.
I could've swore they were dual channel but in my sig, which was made at the time i got my computer, maybe they are triple channel. I'm not sure at this point. I got them in a set pack of 2x3GB sticks for a total of 6GB.

Is it Corsair Vengeance RAMs?
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post #50 of 93
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Ok I figured it out. I pulled out my box. So weird! Everywhere I look online there is 9-9-9-24 for the timings, but on the ram and box itself it states 1333MHz and 7-7-7-20. I shall change it.
http://www.corsair.com/memory-by-product-family/xms-classic/tr3x6g1333c7.html
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