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How do I record my volts and temps during stress test?

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Hi all,

I'm just in the middle of my 1st OC on an i5 750 2.6ghz. I'm upto 3.5ghz at present stable.

1 query I can't seem to find an answer on (unless I'm going blind).

How do I log my volts and temps? I only have 1 monitor so when running the stress tests on Intel stress test, 3dmark etc I can't see what my max voltage and temp was?

The case is running a lot warmer, although I'm not used to the HD7950 yet (that sure does run a lot hotter than my old 5750!!). Case sits at idle about 28 deg.

Anything I can use?

Darren

Pic of my current setup CPU-Z at idle.... Am I in the right ball park? Anything I have gotten wrong?


Edited by pittnuma - 5/29/13 at 3:32am
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http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

All you need for that.
    
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post #3 of 15
the link above ^ and set the stress test to window mode and you are golden my friend!
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Thanks gents
post #5 of 15
or you can use OCCT which is an old program but uses CPUz for vcore and you can save your data to a spreadsheet or somthing.
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post #6 of 15
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Been running Heaven for a few hours.

3.5Ghz on my i5 750, stable so far, can somebody with more knowledge than I take a look at these, tell me if I have anything set wrong or anything I need to sort? 1.232 for Vcore.

81 deg on my 7950 (it's the MSI OC version), is that a bit high? I've not overclocked that myself, may be a case of I need to look at my case cooling.

PS, what is 95W power??


I've 2 case fans (forget which model but they are reasonably good 1's (not stock)) which I run separate to the board so I don't get t see what speeds they are running at.

Edited by pittnuma - 5/29/13 at 6:22am
post #7 of 15
from looking at what you got you seem to be doing pretty good!
Q-PS, what is 95W power??
A- 95w is the watts that your cpu draws from the motherboard (socket)




81 deg on my 7950
that is a little high ! by as stated you run air cooling and I am assuming a small case so that is normal but you can always try a different thermal paste on the card
to get a few C less are a aftermarket air/water cooler for it ! thumb.gif

same goes tou your cpu are that can be improved by a different case !

but all and all is good GOOD JOB! thumb.gif
post #8 of 15
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Thanks biggrin.gif

I'm running an Arctic Cooler with 2 case fans.

Yeah my case is an oldish Aperia, think I may invest in a Coolermaster Scout 2? Seems good value for the money.

Thermal paste, now that's a point, that's not been changed for a long while....good point.thumb.gif
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Case ordered, now looking for a fan controller, anybody have any recommendations? Sub £40.

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