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post #1 of 8
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Hey guys

I just installed the RX360 in my case the other day and I was looking to see what you guys thought about my temps at stock i7 930 and then OC'd to 4.0Ghz with both being on Prime95 (Large FFT's for 8 hours each). I'll include two pics. On the OC, the only changes I made in the BIOS were getting the memory to 1600 (spec), changing the multiplier to 20 and the BCLK to 200. My basement is about 23C. Any and all suggestions on how to improve would be greatly appreciated. Also included a shot in my case. (not sure why the pic keeps showing up sideways, but you get the idea)








Edited by brent1118 - 4/6/13 at 9:19pm
post #2 of 8
Pretty hard to tell. When I had my 920 at 4.0 I would get 72C (25C ambient) Hyperthreading off with my H60 but I was only running 1.26 volts. Youre at 1.42v, 72C with HT on. With HT on at 4ghz I would get over 80C, I think I had to increase the Vcore a bit though, maybe 1.29? Considering your voltage is quite high and youve got HT on, I would say its doing a good job. 8 threads and 1.42v has got to be putting out some serious heat.

1.42 is the lowest voltage itll stay stable with? Thats pretty high for a d0. I would be exploiting that 22x mulitplier too.

*I also use Intelburntest for all my stress testing. Subtract 4-5c from my temps, thats what itd be using prime95.
Edited by RX7-2nr - 4/6/13 at 11:51pm
post #3 of 8
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Just retested with IntelBurnTest, at 1.34 volts and HT still ON. Let me know what you think and if these are decent temps still.

post #4 of 8
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Hey guys. Haven't seem any action just yet. Anyone mind taking a look at these temps and settings and advising if I can improve in any way?
post #5 of 8
Not much better you can do considering you are using 1.4v on 45nm CPU.
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Id say they are as good as you can get them.
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post #7 of 8
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With the overclock I'm at 1.344 volts. I kicked it back from the original 1.412 at stock. Thanks for the replies. I thought they were good but it doesn't hurt to have someone else take a look.
post #8 of 8
Yeah, those look about right for that voltage. My i7 860 is at 4.0ghz at 1.325V and I hit around 67 using IBT. Keep in mind that GPUs generally benefit more from water than CPUs. My furmark temperature for my 7850 dropped from 67C under load to 33C under load when I added it to my loop.
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