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Dude. Please unplugg the computer and give it to someone else. Your trying to do something that isn't possible. Your damaging perfectly good stuff.

And a car radiator? Really? Why not just st submerged the whole thing in a swimming pool
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Dude. Please unplugg the computer and give it to someone else. Your trying to do something that isn't possible. Your damaging perfectly good stuff.

And a car radiator? Really? Why not just st submerged the whole thing in a swimming pool
More cooling = more voltage capable of = more ghz
post #113 of 176
Yea I'm done. Can't help those not willing to listen. Good luck. Don't cry when it spontaneously combusts.
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More cooling doesn't equal allowing higher volts. If that was true people would run with liquid nitrogen 24/7 and their cpus would last for years but it doesn't work like that. Why don't you try 1.75v. That's all you need to kill the chip.
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More cooling doesn't equal allowing higher volts. If that was true people would run with liquid nitrogen 24/7 and their cpus would last for years but it doesn't work like that. Why don't you try 1.75v. That's all you need to kill the chip.
i already tried 1・72v full load 78c 90max didn't see it go past 84 c though and benchmarks decreace lol now this is something that will degrade,my cpu
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i already tried 1・72v full load 78c 90max didn't see it go past 84 c though and benchmarks decreace lol now this is something that will degrade,my cpu
ignorance is bliss
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i already tried 1・72v full load 78c 90max didn't see it go past 84 c though and benchmarks decreace lol now this is something that will degrade,my cpu
For the first time you used the would degrade, and what's more revelatory is that you used it in a negative sense. I think you're making progress. tongue.gif
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I've managed to fix my power supply over heating and automaticly turn of my coumputer, used to over heat at 300secs of occt power supply stress
I undervolted my gpu voltage from 1.14V to 0.8V still on stock core and mem, undervolted motherboard nb from 1.665V to 1.38V and done 700sec of occt power supply stress without computer reboting thumb.gif
I'm currently using 2x hd7850 2gb cross fire, 5hdd and 1 cd rom 4 sticks of ram and the power supply is only 725W lol
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I've managed to fix my power supply over heating and automaticly turn of my coumputer, used to over heat at 300secs of occt power supply stress
I undervolted my gpu voltage from 1.14V to 0.8V still on stock core and mem, undervolted motherboard nb from 1.665V to 1.38V and done 700sec of occt power supply stress without computer reboting thumb.gif
I'm currently using 2x hd7850 2gb cross fire, 5hdd and 1 cd rom 4 sticks of ram and the power supply is only 725W lol
You should be able to do more than a few hundred seconds without re-booting. What's funny is you aim at looking for a 24/7 cpu stable overclock but don't mind the PSU being strained and shutting itself off tongue.gif
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You should be able to do more than a few hundred seconds without re-booting. What's funny is you aim at looking for a 24/7 cpu stable overclock but don't mind the PSU being strained and shutting itself off tongue.gif
I don't mind it cause i won't have much sistuations that will full load my power supply like that but since i've over clocked my gpu 1.22V i was playing games for 2-3 hours having a good time and power suplly over heat .... DAM, then that pushed me to fix the over heating plorbem
I am currently giving lowering cpu voltage a try again 4・8ghz at 1・512v lol thumb.gif
Edited by Iwamotto Tetsuz - 7/19/14 at 12:57am
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