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Hey everybody,
so, THIS is my overclock.
It idles @ 20~22C & Load Temp @ 66C
Whilst gaming and working(Mid level load) it stays around 40~45C.

Should I keep this Overclock? or lower it a little.

I think you're fine. As much as we go on about "Don't go over 62C!", Prime and IBT push the CPU far harder then anything else you're ever likely to do.
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I feel so dumb, I hooked up 2 different fans to my H80 rad and wired them to molex for constant 100% power and my temps dropped 10C on load lol

there there... helpinghand.gif don't feel dumb

Really, don't feel dumb. Very few people understand the benefits of higher Static Pressure and higher CFM on the Corsair coolers. There's a reason Corsair packed 7.7mm/h2o 92CFM fans with them in the box. wink.gif
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I think you're fine. As much as we go on about "Don't go over 62C!", Prime and IBT push the CPU far harder then anything else you're ever likely to do.
My thoughts exactly. As long as its stable wink.gif

Do you think the temps should be lower?
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I think you're fine. As much as we go on about "Don't go over 62C!", Prime and IBT push the CPU far harder then anything else you're ever likely to do.
My thoughts exactly. As long as its stable wink.gif

Do you think the temps should be lower?

Seems about right for the size of the cooler.
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Hey guys, i have question about the CPU temperature.
In hwmonitor the temp i can see is the CPU package temperature, but is that the real CPU temp?
CPU package tem is the same as the temps in Core temp, but is that the real CPU tem? I really don't understand wish sensor is telling the true
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Those Samsung's are a different breed of cat than most ram, they are rated at 1.35 volts so 1.65 is a big jump from stock, even in the context of the OCN world smile.gif The guys around here that wear the big boy pants get 2000+ mhz out of them on 1.5 volts, pushing harder than they do is probably unwise tongue.gif.
I agree that I'm pushing it, but have worked my way up to that and haven't had any heat issues or otherwise. If I was content to get 2000mhz, 1.5v would be fine. People who push the envelope are the ones that seem to have the breakthroughs. If nobody tries, how are you to know? thumb.gif Let me check.....yep my pants say big boys. smile.gif
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Hey guys, i have question about the CPU temperature.
In hwmonitor the temp i can see is the CPU package temperature, but is that the real CPU temp?
CPU package tem is the same as the temps in Core temp, but is that the real CPU tem? I really don't understand wish sensor is telling the true

I believe package temp is your core temp in HWMon. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Your core temp is what you want below 62C. 52-55C would be more more acceptable.

Things like the Fritz chess bench and the x264 FHD bench shouldn't be sending you over 52-55C.
IBT and Prime95 may make a quite a few folks do 60C or better.
Edited by blackRott9 - 12/22/12 at 8:04am
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Is it me or nobody seems to use occt anymore???
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Is it me or nobody seems to use occt anymore???


OCCT is a very popular utility. The folks in this thread use it as much as P95. I and other reviewers use it in our articles.
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Hi everyone,

Did any of you notice the CPU voltage resetting to default settings while stress testing? It happened to me before, don't know how it went away, but now it's back after a windows reinstall and I can't get rid of it.

I set my volts to 1.325 in BIOS (default VID is 1.375) and speed to 4200 .. when I stress test the cpu voltage stays at around 1.344 under load which is what I'd expect with LLC on, but after a couple of minutes it jumps to 1.404 (which is what default volts + LLC reach). Even if I stop stress testing, all voltages (all P states) are reset to default settings instead of the -0.05 that I've set in BIOS). Does this after every restart...

If you've ran into this before or have any idea, please let me know.

CnQ is on, everything else that is power related is off. And I know for a fact that it's not CnQ doing this since I've used CnQ before on this same CPU and the issue was not there. It's most likely soft related? If I open AOD and set the voltage back to what I wanted it, it stays that way and doesn't reset (until the next reboot ofcourse).

Please help :-)

FX-8350 / 990fx-ud3 FE BIOS.
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That sanding of the copper is supposed to aid heat dissipation?? You obviously will never be able to resell that cpu after sanding off the serial number, batch etc. But I assume performance is more important to you. By the way is Crazy Lefty an indication you are Left handed or very Left politically?

Left handed
Yeah I'm not interested in reselling it, just to create the best surface for heat transfer.
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