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I learned that you want to run your NB voltage at 1.5 if you are overclocking at all. Big improvement with stability and does not increase your temps much especially if you have nice cooling.
Glad that's the case cuz I just spent $16 on an HR-05. I've been wanting 1.5v for a while, just I was worried about the stock cooler not being able to handle it.
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I have the stock heatsink from asus sitting on the NB...SB never gets hot in my experience. gonna OC to 4GHz... think I'll need a NB voltage boost / better cooling?

I will of course test out what its using now and see if its stable as is. brb after bios reflash of 0803
    
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I have the stock heatsink from asus sitting on the NB...SB never gets hot in my experience. gonna OC to 4GHz... think I'll need a NB voltage boost / better cooling?

I will of course test out what its using now and see if its stable as is. brb after bios reflash of 0803
The stock hs feels pretty hot even with stock volts at 1600fsb, same with the sb heatsink I added. If you're going to OC that much you should definitely cool the soutbridge, and you'll probably need to at least reseat the nb hs with some good thermal compound cuz you'll probably need to up the volts to 1.5v.
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The SB actually does get pretty warm so I found a really small heatsink at work and put it on. Both my NB and SB heatsinks are using AS5. I need to buy some more for later use though.

The HR-05 is a good choice and should get you some really nice temps.

I may try to buy another cooler for the SB too though. I'm also using the Geminii on my CPU so that helps circulate air all over my board.

OffTopic:Once the temps outside warm up and I can get a big metal bucket I will finally be able to strip off the undercoating from my real case i put on it in error and actually get back to work on painting it so I can eventually have some nice airflow again....
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post #5785 of 9621
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The SB actually does get pretty warm so I found a really small heatsink at work and put it on. Both my NB and SB heatsinks are using AS5. I need to buy some more for later use though.

The HR-05 is a good choice and should get you some really nice temps.

I may try to buy another cooler for the SB too though. I'm also using the Geminii on my CPU so that helps circulate air all over my board.

Once the temps outside warm up and I can get a big metal bucket I will finally be able to strip off the undercoating from my real case i put on it in error and actually get back to work on painting it....
I used a Cooler Master Blue Ice (heatsink only) for my sb, but if you're not going to have anything over the sb there are other (probably better) alternatives.

oh and have fun painting your case
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ok, the 0803 solved the multiplier issue, thx

gonna get to OC testing and post back when finished.
    
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I had considered the Blue Ice but I didn't like that it didn't have any way to secure it besides the adhesive thermal tape. They run the risk of randomly falling off and has happened to a lot of people from what I gather. One guy even had it on his NB and when it fell of landed on his graphics card well yeah you can guess where that went. I think the HR-05 is actually supposed to be a good choice for the SB.

I have a lot done with my case its just the doors and the actual case its self needs to be redone cause of the crappy undercoating =(
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post #5788 of 9621
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ok, the 0803 solved the multiplier issue, thx

gonna get to OC testing and post back when finished.

Awesome, glad that fixed it for you, figured that was it. Enjoy the overclocking but keep an eye on those temps since you are running stock. Also I found on my MOBO only Coretemp and Hmonitor would let me see the temps of my individual cores with the E8400. E4400 I could see it with everything so it may have to do the the BIOS update, unsure.
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I had considered the Blue Ice but I didn't like that it didn't have any way to secure it besides the adhesive thermal tape. They run the risk of randomly falling off and has happened to a lot of people from what I gather. One guy even had it on his NB and when it fell of landed on his graphics card well yeah you can guess where that went. I think the HR-05 is actually supposed to be a good choice for the SB.

I have a lot done with my case its just the doors and the actual case its self needs to be redone cause of the crappy undercoating =(
Yah I heard about that tape so I used Arctic Alumina Epoxy instead, and it's holding up fine so far. It helped alot once there was some airflow over it. My temps dropped from the 40's to the 30's..can't wait to see the temps once I get the NB cooled.

I haven't painted my case, but I have modded it a bit for my wc setup...it was tricky fitting a WC setup into/onto a cramped midtower.
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not using stock cpu cooler....zalmans cnps9700 ftw

another c/p...issues issues

friggin issues =/


System is failing to post just about any time I edit the bios and reboot. I can interrupt post and reboot and then it boots just fine, but it ignores the changes in the previous edit and warns me that the last bios update caused a boot fail, etc...

Am trying to use the following settings:

1600FSB
9x multiplier (works prior to these problems)
1.10000 volts to cpu
4-4-4-12 2T timing on the memory
    
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