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yeah I agree , the mosfet cooling was a big factor for stability in my OC too...

no idea what to use since a lot of things can't fit or are too weak...
Please explain, you confused me.

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Yea good point Ratt... I was thinking about selling it with the cooling on it...

hummm.... I really wish the aluminum swiftechs were bigger and copper...

now I think you have better cooling with your setup... but both of you think otherwise... there is no way to know unless you get around to installing the same aluminum swiftechs.... though the HR-09s are king if you can somehow modd them with careful cutting...


aghhh.... maybe I should just switch out PSUs, do the clean wire management modd to the case... re-seat the NB... and then maybe just switch the material on the existing mosfets and see what that does...

what sucks is that I'll have a different NB seating, better mosfet heat conduction paper AND a better PSU all at once.... so I won't really learn anything... but I can't be messign with the work horse too much....

I AM GETTING A NEW DESK THOUGH!!! that should be simple same one as BigVal's
I'm sure the Swiftechs will be fine with some air across them.
Regarding the 4.05 Ghz overclock:
The relationship I had with my ex-wife was more stable.
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hi

i just went to do a stres test and useing SiSoftware Sandra Lite XIIc, about 5min into the test i had a blue screen can any one tell me wye it was memory dumping
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hi

i just went to do a stres test and useing SiSoftware Sandra Lite XIIc, about 5min into the test i had a blue screen can any one tell me wye it was memory dumping
This is just a guess as I haven't read anything on it, but I would think it would be to dump anything that might be corrupted or harmful to your system when rebooting. I also believe the os can/will use the dump for troubleshooting.
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This is just a guess as I haven't read anything on it, but I would think it would be to dump anything that might be corrupted or harmful to your system when rebooting. I also believe the os can/will use the dump for troubleshooting.
so what can i do about the i just tryed it again same thing happen again
i have followed the overclocking guid set all the voltages could it be sothing to do with the voltege cpu is at 2.5GHz, memory timing is 5 5 5 5 12
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i hope that was a typo as 2.5v surely will fry something on that board if you have your vcore up that high. I'm guessing that was for mem volts and that is pretty high too, usually has been recommended by the gurus not to exceed 2.35v or 2.4v on memory.
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so what can i do about the i just tryed it again same thing happen again
i have followed the overclocking guid set all the voltages could it be sothing to do with the voltege cpu is at 2.5GHz, memory timing is 5 5 5 5 12
It only means that your overclock is not stable.
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Just curious: when you guys say "I'm running on 1.36v Vcore" do you mean you entered that into the bios or is it the actual measured voltage? I've entered 1.30v in the bios but Everest is telling me it's 1.28
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When using windows what program do you peeps feel measures vcore the best? I've got as much as a .05v difference between all of em; cpu-z, everest, ntune, and pc probe.
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I meant that the little black cubes ( MOSFETs right ? )

are god damn hot ....

and that the 3rd party heatsinks out there are either too lousy to cool it or can't fit....
    
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Just curious: when you guys say "I'm running on 1.36v Vcore" do you mean you entered that into the bios or is it the actual measured voltage? I've entered 1.30v in the bios but Everest is telling me it's 1.28
yeah mate you go by what Everest reports. you're getting what we call Vdroop. most motherboards do it. the voltage set in the bios usually upon loading into windows drops a tiny bit, in your case .02v which is not much at all. it can differ again when the CPU is at full load. its nothing to worry about, but it can have an adverse effect on overclocking when you start getting into really high clocks.

if it really starts to bother you, for example you're entering 1.45v in the bios and reporting like 1.40-1.41v, like mine did when i first got it, then you need to apply the 'pencil mod'. real easy and safe to do.

Heres how to do it if you need to: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=134100
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