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You are good up to 85C.
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post #12 of 34
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i dont have a choice right now. My load is 70C because the stock cooler i got with it is messed up.. I just ordered the Tuniq Tower 120 on Dec 22 and i have to wait till Jan 3 to get it because frozencpu had troubles with something
Lower your overclock?
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post #13 of 34
85c?

I thought 60.1c was the max for stock and 55c was the reccomended max for oc'd
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post #14 of 34
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85c?

I thought 60.1c was the max for stock and 55c was the reccomended max for oc'd
That is Intel's max temperature. But who follow's Intel voltage guidelines?

People are so fast to comply with Intel's temperature recommendation, but they far surpass their voltage suggestions all the time.

Your dells and notebooks go past the recommended temperatures all the time. They do fine. The Qx6700 does over 90C on the stock cooler at stock settings.
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post #15 of 34
i wouldnt go over 80 i got my 6600 at 3.6 and it loads at 68 but it should be good up to 80.
    
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I think keeping your CPU under 60C under load is a very good guideline. For those that don't upgrade their parts often (me, I do it every 2-3 years), keeping the CPU under 60 maintains the longevity of the chip.

I ran my E6600 at 3.2GHZ for about a week, but the idle temp stuck around 45C that already has me worrying >< So I ordered Swiftech watercooling and lowered my clock to 2.8GHZ and vcore to about 1.275 for now. My idle is sitting around 37C and load around 44C. When the WC gets here I'm gonna OC my conroe to 3.6ghz. Let's hope the cooling can handle it
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I am pretty sure voltage plays a larger role in the longevity than does temperature. Either way, these chips will last for a long time. Longer than any of us care to use them for.
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post #18 of 34
Yup 80C is my max I'll push this thing. Were I to fold 24/7 I'd keep it sub 60C on coretemp but I don't so I don't. I've yet to see higher than 77C under water so far while Orthosing for 8 hours at 3805MHz.
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post #19 of 34
I don't even break 40C on load on my system. I am sure it will once I get a P5B and start pumping a little more Vcore though though!
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post #20 of 34
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I think keeping your CPU under 60C under load is a very good guideline. For those that don't upgrade their parts often (me, I do it every 2-3 years), keeping the CPU under 60 maintains the longevity of the chip.

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Same mainboard and cpu.

at 3.24ghz (mult 9) I set speedstep to disable, c1e=auto or enabled, (can't remember), cpu internal thermal control = auto, vcore = auto.

with these settings, the system is stable, and temps are idle/load 30/43 (water). Point is up to fsb~360, I haven't had to crank up vcore.

Above fsb = 360, I need vcore~1.43 to satbilize 3.6 (fsb = 400). ilde/load 37/50 at this point.

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