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Thanks for the quick reply! I am having a trouble with my CPU sink though, I took it off a while ago to clean the dust out of it and realized too late that I had no more goo... so I'm pushing temps of 71-72°C in just 30 seconds of Ortho.

Plus I've set my Vcore to 1.1500V and CoreTemp is showing it as 1.2500V still. I also had a very hard time finding the timings for my RAM (super talent T8UB1GC5 1GB x 4) so I went with 5,5,5,15. The voltage is listed for that ram as 1.8V but my BIOS will only let me go as low as 1.9***V or AUTO....

When you say try 1333 x9, where do I plug those in? I'm running the latest BIOS 1406 from our buddies at ASUS.....
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so you dont have any thermal paste on your cpu heat sink?
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Thanks for the quick reply! I am having a trouble with my CPU sink though, I took it off a while ago to clean the dust out of it and realized too late that I had no more goo... so I'm pushing temps of 71-72°C in just 30 seconds of Ortho.

Plus I've set my Vcore to 1.1500V and CoreTemp is showing it as 1.2500V still. I also had a very hard time finding the timings for my RAM (super talent T8UB1GC5 1GB x 4) so I went with 5,5,5,15. The voltage is listed for that ram as 1.8V but my BIOS will only let me go as low as 1.9***V or AUTO....

When you say try 1333 x9, where do I plug those in? I'm running the latest BIOS 1406 from our buddies at ASUS.....
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so you dont have any thermal paste on your cpu heat sink?
Yeah, if you don't have any thermal paste, I would probably shut that rig down until you get some.
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well, when I accidentally removed the sink, I thought I was only removing the fan from it...oops...I knew I didn't have any paste so I never touched what paste was on it and immediately put it back on. Under stock BIOS settings with my e4400 chip I can only get to about 30 seconds with Ortho before I hit 70 degrees C and up. And I'm thinking that's really not so good. Unfortunately I'm in Mexico and good thermal paste may as well be on the moon.

So there is some paste there, its just the factory paste and it's been separated and reseated.
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So there are no computer stores in mexico? I highly doubt that and I am sure you could buy some arctic silver from somewhere online.

it costs nothing, seriously get some asap.
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Okay So I got some thermal paste, it was the only stuff available so I hope it's good enough. It's white and thick, I expected something silver. My question is I notice that the contact foot on the bottom of the heat sink is round and doesn't cover the corners of the chip. My sink and fan is an Intel DTC-AAR01 and the chip is LGA775 E4400. I'm thinking that a sink with a square foot or at least a round one that covers the chip from corner to corner would be more efficacious. Any thoughts?
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Okay So I got some thermal paste, it was the only stuff available so I hope it's good enough. It's white and thick, I expected something silver. My question is I notice that the contact foot on the bottom of the heat sink is round and doesn't cover the corners of the chip. My sink and fan is an Intel DTC-AAR01 and the chip is LGA775 E4400. I'm thinking that a sink with a square foot or at least a round one that covers the chip from corner to corner would be more efficacious. Any thoughts?
What you're seeing as the CPU is actually just the heatspreader on top of the CPU. The CPU die is much smaller and in center, below the heatspreader. So you're fine, even if the base of the heatsink do not cover the corners of the heatspreader.
    
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What you're seeing as the CPU is actually just the heatspreader on top of the CPU. The CPU die is much smaller and in center, below the heatspreader. So you're fine, even if the base of the heatsink do not cover the corners of the heatspreader.
Thanks for the input all. I got the silicon based paste on my CPU and it's cooling a little better now. I still get temps into the 80's under full load after 20 or 30 seconds though. I believe my CPU is rated for 85C so I watch the temp closely.

If I could get my hands on some metallic based grease, how much cooler should I expect it to be?

I've also pushed my FSB up to 1100 and am getting a clock reading of 2750GHz, although I've enabled the Intel stepping feature to help keep her cool. I rarely demand full load from the CPU so it works very well. It's unlinked with my memory @ 800. Everything seems pretty stable and considering it's only silicon grease, my NB hasn't been reset and my SB has no cooler at all I think it's got more potential.

Thoughts?
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Hi everyone I need some help trying to get a stable 3.5 or 3.6 OC on my E5200.

Here is my CPU-Z for what i've currently been trying to run it at

280 * 12.5 (FSB is 1120Mhz ) I haven't run it through prime or orthos yet, but it has been fine for 2 days with just normal use but if it becomes under load during gaming the whole system freezes. If i try to change the Multiplier to a lower number i either don't post or get an error and then the only way to recover the system is to pop out the CMOS
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Did you bump up your vcore?

I had a E2140 OC from 1.6GHz to 2.92GHz. FSB of 365*8-1460 with 1.3v pumping through it.

Also make sure you're not overclocking your RAM. Set to unlinked.
Can also try one or 2 notches (up to 1.5v) on the chipset, though your FSB isn't really high so should be fine. At that FSB you can set it to the 1.2v setting.

Generally what you want to do is, set your vcore to say 1.1v (with the mv something can't remember now xD, set it to +100mv, adds 0.1v) and then do small step ups in your FSB. Run prime, if it fails in 5 minutes, move the vcore one or two steps up. If it doesn't fail move the FSB up. Don't go over 1.3v (with +100mv you're sitting @ 1.4v) I wouldn't go higher than that. Of course temp also plays a role. See what OC you can fit into a sub 60 degree (full prime load, under 1.4v) setting.

Once you're happy with your OC run prime for 24 hours. Once passed bask in your accomplishment.
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