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Are you really that obsessed with power and speed? OC'd to where you have it makes it unbeatable already...the more you push it, the higher risk of being out like 1.5 grand. I would be happy with that thing on freakin' stock...
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Uhh have you tried the basic "lower your multiplier and see how far your FSB can go, lower your memory divider and push your memory" deal. Also, don't be afraid to increase voltages, modern parts have failsafes to prevent damage. I would say 1.5vcore and 2.4vdimm would be very safe voltages. I have pushed my vcore up to 1.8v with no after affects.
    
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Well as it is, I couldnt figure out out what the problem was.

So I've set my ram and FSB to stock atm. both at 1066 (1:1)

I put my multi to 12x which is exactly 3.2ghz with a 1.325v (stock). And I got a rounding error in prime95. So I upped it 1 notch and its lasting alot longer..

However I get load temps in Core Temp Beta of 65-67C. Which is the actual core temps. Speedfan says alot lower, and this is also with 4 prime95s running, A actual game running 100% cpu usage (no game on the market does atm) wouldn't be near that high in temps... So I think im fine there.
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This is wierd, My temps seem to vary greatly depending on the day. The ambient temps are the same.

Today at 3.2ghz, I get 56-60C on load for 2 hrs. Yesterday I got 65-70 at 3.1ghz after a few minutes....

Is it possible that the compound magically kicked in overnight or something? I've had the comp for about a month.
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I would be happy with that thing on freakin' stock...
In that case, you my friend, are not a true enthusiast.

As for the temps, you know, I see the same damn thing on my Core 2 X6800, some days my max load temps when using F@H will be 56/55, and other days (like today) they are 52/51. *shrug* Nice oc though, glad to see those dominators are doing you well. Just to make sure, you have updated to the P23 Bios correct?
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