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the heatsink I have looks a lot like that hyper 12 evo. It is heavy , thick, and has all that copper tubing on it. I don;t think I will push it any further though. I am fine with this modest OC. Thank you for you're help. Oh one last question, what is a healthy low to high temp range for this cpu?
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I got 4.2GHz out of my buddie's 965 BE without trouble, but his was on a nice ASUS 990FX board. I don't know much about your board, but MSI makes alot of boards with OC options but power phasing that can't always handle the load.

Read the guide, and do a straight multiplier OC with 1.4V Vcore and see what your fastest stable speed is, with your RAM, HTT and CPU-NB at stock.

There really is no reason to change the bus speed with a BE, unless you want CnQ enabled and your board disables CnQ over a certain multiplier (Many ASUS do this over 17.5X). Even so, I'd OC the CPU with purely multiplier at stock bus, RAM, CPU-NB and HTT to find your CPU's max stable speed before touching anything else.

AFTER you find your max stable CPU OC using just multiplier, then play with CPU-NB. Only change the bus speed if you have to.
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the heatsink I have looks a lot like that hyper 12 evo. It is heavy , thick, and has all that copper tubing on it. I don;t think I will push it any further though. I am fine with this modest OC. Thank you for you're help. Oh one last question, what is a healthy low to high temp range for this cpu?
It has a max temp of 61c but keeping ot below 55c is best for stability!
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I got 4.2GHz out of my buddie's 965 BE without trouble, but his was on a nice ASUS 990FX board. I don't know much about your board, but MSI makes alot of boards with OC options but power phasing that can't always handle the load.

Read the guide, and do a straight multiplier OC with 1.4V Vcore and see what your fastest stable speed is, with your RAM, HTT and CPU-NB at stock.

There really is no reason to change the bus speed with a BE, unless you want CnQ enabled and your board disables CnQ over a certain multiplier (Many ASUS do this over 17.5X). Even so, I'd OC the CPU with purely multiplier at stock bus, RAM, CPU-NB and HTT to find your CPU's max stable speed before touching anything else.

AFTER you find your max stable CPU OC using just multiplier, then play with CPU-NB. Only change the bus speed if you have to.
I agree with your method cause that's how did it. But I disagree with your comment that there is no reason to change bus clocks. There is a reason to change bus speeds on most AMD processors. Because by changing that you get a massive boost in memory bandwidth, Using 200Mhz and the stock 2000MHz NB speed I was getting +- 9GB/s of bandwidth. Using a combination of multipliers and bus overclocks I was able to get 4.25GHz on core clock and 2750MHz on the NB and it upped my bandwidth to 16GB/s. And I think OP will enjoy the increase in performance from a modest overclock in all areas rather than in just cpu speed.
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I went back and looked at some of my benchmark scores when I had the 965 BE and I got higher scores with a lower clock/higher nb than i did with higher clock/lower nb. just somethin to think about.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/16904243 - 4005mhz
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/16921214 - 3871mhz (higher score - same settings across the board besides clock speed)
 
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I NEED HELP GUYS. After thinking I was ok with the last OC settings i provided you I realized while running prime95 that my temps skyrocketed. So I set everything back to default settings in MOBO to get a better base temp reading to OC from. I am shocked though that at stock settings for the 965 BE C3 I am getting still such high tem,ps.

here are some screenshots from being under full load with the CPU set at pretty much stock settings(my MOBO over volts my cpu for some reason so I manually set it to what I have heard is an acceptable voltage).






Please tell me what could cause my CPU to reach max temp of 63 under full load with default settings. My case has very good cooling. I have 8 case fans. The CPU has an ok heatsink but not a super awesome one.



-Steven
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Something's not right there. Even the STOCK cooler should be able to keep the 965 cooler than that (as far as I know)
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should I try to re-apply the thermal paste? When I bought the CPU and cooler I used the paste that had already been applied to cooler at factory(thin layer). Could that be why?
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should I try to re-apply the thermal paste? When I bought the CPU and cooler I used the paste that had already been applied to cooler at factory(thin layer). Could that be why?
It is a possibility.
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I really need other possibility's. I will try putting new thermal paste on later when I wake up but in the meantime if anyone can give me further suggestions or ideas for why this is happening i would really appreciate it.
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