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This is after playing a number of hours of Oblivion and Need for speed too! I LOVE THIS THING! Now only if my mobo oc'd well...
WOW! I sure wish my 9500 cooled that well. I'm getting 44*C at idle with mine, tho it is OC'd to 2.676. Maxed out at 100% on both cores it jumps to 54*C in just a few minutes. Can't clock any higher without better temp control. Hope to get to 2.7 eventually.
    
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you might try reapplying AS5 or something like that because I think i put too much on which is why I'm only going 2.66Ghz at around 48C and I know I can get it a little farther.
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post #13 of 15
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well the venice core is a *tad* warmer than the sandy core (not much) but i am using as5. took me hours to get the amount right
Actually I was told the Venice cores run cooler than Sandy cores
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Mine doesn't keep my 4400 that cool. I may have to make sure that it is flat. I heard they had some trouble with them in the beginning (when I got mine). My temps stay around 54-55 with 2x FAH running 24x7.
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You might try lapping as I have heard that helps but never done it myself. I'm going water cooling myself..
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