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post #1 of 19
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Hey guys, I've just finished my build last night, but my temperature is a little high I think. TAT is telling me that it is around 30C idle, but around 43 load. (I just used TAT's 100% workload) I'm using a big typhoon that is spinning at 1400 rpm to cool my system. My goal is 2.8 ghz, but when it is 2.8 it hits about 50 for idle and 70 or so for load. I don't know how to overclock very well, I just change the fsb in the bios.
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post #2 of 19
Open the side panel and see how that goes for you. Nice rig, btw.

I'm not very knowledgeable about C2D's, but I'd say 70 is a tad too high. 43*C load is at stock, I assume?
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post #3 of 19
The new core 2 duo is a very cool processor, Maximum PC magazine ran their test PC, and tested with the fan off, it ran fine. you can push it further than that if you want. 43 degrees is not that bad.
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he says it hits 70*C @ 2.8, which is his desired clock speed.
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43 is at stock yes. My side panel has a 250mm fan I thought that would help a lot.
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post #6 of 19
Hmmm.... yeah, it would. that's a huge fan.

But having it open in most cases is better than having it closed.

OR, have in open but still have the fan connected so that it'd give EXTRA, EXTRA air flow.
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I have it open now, the 250mm fan is very quiet and the air it's outputting is also very soft. I was wondering if there is a program where it can tell me what all my settings in my bios are as I don't know what the stock settings are and I just left everything on auto.
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post #8 of 19
Umm.... hmph.

MBM could do. But SiSoft Sandra also has a section that has comp specs. It does benchies & specs.

A good program. In the ocing.net d/l section.
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post #9 of 19
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Umm.... hmph.

MBM could do. But SiSoft Sandra also has a section that has comp specs. It does benchies & specs.

A good program. In the ocing.net d/l section.
MBM doesn't support my mobo and I cannot find in sandra where they tell me what all the vcore and other settings are on my mobo. Damn I was really looking forward to overclocking for the first time, but I'm scared with this type of temperature.
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post #10 of 19
TAT is the best temp monitor for C2D (your CPU)

70C load is too high, you dont want to be going over 60C with stock V.Core or 55C with raised Vcore.

are you using the 'Auto' option on Vcore? if so that is probably why your temps are so high.

you should set it manually to 1.325v and see if you are stable for over 8 or so hours using Orthos.
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