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Ok. So I decided that I want to overclock my processor further. DFI Forums are down at the moment so I thought I might as well ask my questions here. I am just a little confused about stuff and need a little advise. I attach a image of my current overclock. (Disregard the memory frequency i forgot to throttle it back to 9/10). Anyways my multiplier is set at X11 right now. I don't know why but isn't it better to have it at X10. Will I be able to get a higher overclock? PCI-Express is set at 100Mhz. Is that ok? My CPU Vid is 1.475 should I push it higher than that? And here are some voltages that I don't know much about at all. Need some advise on what to put them at. LDT Voltage Control 1.3 V, Chip Set Voltage Control 1.59 V, Dram Voltage Control 2.72. What should I put these values to? What can I do to overall improve my overclock. (6 minutes into orthos and still only at 37C so I have plenty of heaed room ) :happy:
post #12 of 16
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Sorry forgot to add the picture
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That core is pretty hot, even if its just on Air. I'm not overclocked right now, but my core is only 25-30C and same temp on Temp1.
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That core is pretty hot, even if its just on Air. I'm not overclocked right now, but my core is only 25-30C and same temp on Temp1.
huhmm... but how do you explain that the core goes back down to 30C within like 3 seconds after I am done benchmarking/stresstesting?
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Are you asking me how mine goes down? because it doesn't drop back down in 3 seconds lol.

If your reffering to how yours drops to 30C in a few seconds, who knows, just monitor with a few different apps until the results you get are the same between 2 ore more apps.
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Alright I am still not quiet sure which is my CPU temp. My Core Temperature when running a stress test goes up to about 52C +-2. My actual CPU temp never goes above 43C. I had my vcore up to about 1.55 and it still only went up to about 43C. My Core temp went up to about 55C and more. I stopped the stress testing at this point because I am still worried that it might be my actual cpu temperature. Is there anything to worry about? Or is there any way to find out which is my "real" cpu temp. If what people says is right then I should only have to worry about my Temp1. But seeing that it never goes above 45C and I am only on air is kinda weird. Let me know. Thanks
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