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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.
Right now i'm on stock, 1.86 30C idle, 43 load. Yes I am using the auto option on vcore. I have a little problem now. I changed it into manual and left the fsb at 266. Then I changed the vcore to 1.325. I set the pci-e to 120 and the pci to 33. DDR2 ram I set to 800mhz. Everything else I left on auto/default. Then it won't boot. It would slow down at the screen where I'm suppose to press ctrl+i for raid then it would say no boot device or something like that.
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Right now i'm on stock, 1.86 30C idle, 43 load. Yes I am using the auto option on vcore. I have a little problem now. I changed it into manual and left the fsb at 266. Then I changed the vcore to 1.325. I set the pci-e to 120 and the pci to 33. DDR2 ram I set to 800mhz. Everything else I left on auto/default. Then it won't boot. It would slow down at the screen where I'm suppose to press ctrl+i for raid then it would say no boot device or something like that.
I would say your Vcore and pci-e frequency were too high. It's my understanding you should leave that at 100 and only increase if you think it'll improve stability. As for the vcore I've been setting it to auto, rasie the FSB boot into windows run orthos and speedfan to check temps, then back into the bios to lower the Vcore little by little to improve temps. Hadn't run a prolonged stress test yet though. I was doing 325 FSB at 2.6ghz on stock cooling with 40c and 53c load after 10 min stress test. Not bad for stock I'd say, cant wait to get a tower 120mm
But one question, 266 is the default FSB right? If so why would you increase the vcore if you're not gonna increase the FSB? I'm a big big n00b to all this so I might have read this wrong if so please correct me.
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post #13 of 19
a lot of PCI-E settings will fail a boot over 110Mhz. Some can hit 114-115

unless you really need the boost, leave it at 100Mhz as mentioned above. 120 is prolly way out of line.. do things like that in increments of 1 or2 Mhz at a time
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post #14 of 19
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Alright guys, the pci-e was the problem. I turned it down to 100mhz. I also installed rivatuner to overclock the gpu once I'm done with the cpu. I currently have it set at 300 fsb at 1.2125 vcore and ram is on 2.0v. Everything else is on auto.

I tried orthos for the first time, it stressed my cpu to 100% when I checked under task manager. However it only raised my cpu temp from 29 to 36 going from idle to load. I stopped orthos and use tat's own 100% workload for the cpu and that made the temperature go up to 40. So is TAT's stress test better or is it just messed up?
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post #15 of 19
make sure your Vcore is not on auto set it to like 1.325 or lower, happened to me when I did my build my temps were really high because my voltages were too high
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anyone know what are the default voltage for the rest of the settings in the bios? Like the nb, sb one. I'm afraid of the mobo's auto setting setting it too high like it did to the vcore.
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post #17 of 19
TAT puts your CPU at like *******HAX 100% FULL LOADZ0RZ whereas Orthos generally just puts it up to 100%. There are some cpu things that can heat it up more than others, for example, large FFTs in Orthos heat up the CPU more than Small FFTs, I believe.
    
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i have all voltages on the highest exept for the SB where thats 1.6 and ICH being on auto
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i have all voltages on the highest exept for the SB where thats 1.6 and ICH being on auto
Well I figure if the voltage is lower than the wearing down of the equipment should be slower, just a theory in my own little world that's all thats' why I want the minimum. Hopefully that won't affect performance much.

Now I'm running at 2.8 ghz w/o a problem, finally, thnx guys. Now I just gotta work on the videocard and stuff. I guess most programs don't really need 2.8 as I don't feel that big of a difference. My 3dmark06 score gone up 200 points due to it though.

ps. Peticsu, I see you got the same videocard as I do, is it very loud for you as well? Mine sounds like a handheld vacuum whenever I run anything with graphics.
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