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Downgreade it.
You mean flash it to the F1 BIOS? Gigabyte doesn't mention anything about F2 changing anything for Phenom II power stats,worth a try though.
I'm really thinking about "upgrading" to a FX 8320,no huge OC's probably just to 4Ghz/4.2Ghz turbo until I would get a sufficient cooler.
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Whatever. Every moment your CPU spends above it's max safe operating temperature is another moment you are doing damage to it. I think it's funny that you started a thread, worried about your temperatures, see direct evidence that you are damaging your equipment, then totally ignore the facts and go on your own accord. Not to mention the fact that 3 people in this thread have told you that you are running too hot. Good luck buddy! thumb.gif
71C is way,way too hot for a CPU. The OP won't be able to keep that OC if it's hitting 71C regularly,it might not even run stock frequency 24/7 stable after temps like that.

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This is only a few degrees above normal, which could be caused by a number of things such as ambient temperatures, case air flow, even processes running in the background of Windows. Is this the idle temp that you are seeing in BIOS? What are your temps like when you run Prime95?
Yeah,I got roughly the same temps in the BIOS/UEFI,maybe it's just the 990FXA-UD3 rev.4 that is more compatible with FX cpu's than Phenom II. It seemed like the throttling/ C&Q downclock wasn't kicking when there was no load.
The weird thing was though,that in BF4,the temps didn't go over 48-50C as usual. I was too scared to try Prime95 as the 212evo isn't very good at handling the Thuban when its going flat out,I've ran P95 before and it kept setting off the 60C thermal warning on my old board.
Edited by Heavy MG - 1/23/14 at 1:04am
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I think that provided temps are in check, you could run a thuban ~1.45-1.50V range, and it would be long since obsolete by the time you "kill it" with voltage.
     
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71C is way,way too hot for a CPU. The OP won't be able to keep that OC if it's hitting 71C regularly,it might not even run stock frequency 24/7 stable after temps like that.
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Originally Posted by wizardonthejob View Post

Whatever. Every moment your CPU spends above it's max safe operating temperature is another moment you are doing damage to it. I think it's funny that you started a thread, worried about your temperatures, see direct evidence that you are damaging your equipment, then totally ignore the facts and go on your own accord. Not to mention the fact that 3 people in this thread have told you that you are running too hot. Good luck buddy! thumb.gif

Did any of you actually read my post? Let me re-post it for you.
NEW SETTINGS IN BIOS: CPU: 4 GHz @ 1,476 Max Temp 64c, FSB 265, NB 3190MHz, HT 2126MHz, RAM 1767MHz.
My first try was a clock speed of 4,1GHz with 1,5 something in voltage with a max temp of 71c.
With the new oc I've oc'ed the NB which raises the temps on the cpu quite a bit. So 64c during max load with a clock speed of 4GHz and the NB OC'ed to 3190MHz isn't so bad. It's 2c over what’s max recommended working temperature when it’s at 100% load which the cpu would rarely be at.

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I think that provided temps are in check, you could run a thuban ~1.45-1.50V range, and it would be long since obsolete by the time you "kill it" with voltage.

Thanks smile.gif
Edited by Galxra - 1/25/14 at 9:05am
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Don't want to hijack this thread but at 100% load (via boinc apps)
I'm seeing 60 C at 1.325 v vid (core temp 0.99.7)

using stock cooler w/ mx4 fans set to max
post #15 of 15
forgot to mention, 3466.49 mhz (216.66 x 16.0)
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