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Hey guys i have my CPU overclocked to 2925.0mhz or 2.9ghz. Voltages are:

Vcore: 1.3125v
CPUVTT: 1.55
NB: 1.40
SB: 1.55
and mem = 2.1v

Question is: look at the screenshot...everest tells me the Cores temps are too high and CoreTemp tells the same...but speedFan tells another thing...
Im so confused...

and btw, it's happening with my video card too...Rivatuner says one thing but GPU-z says another :S
post #4392 of 5659
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download EVEREST Ultimate Edition 4.20.1261 from post 4384 and take screenshot from Computer >Sensor and post it here .

EVEREST Ultimate Edition from version 4.20.1261 and newer show true value about temps.
Ok, I have done this. I was using everest anyway, didn't know that 1261 changed the temperatures reported. This MCP temperature at 60° idle stock, what is it? The south bridge? Anyway, image is attached.

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Originally Posted by Benny99
Q6600 + P5N32-E SLI = bad combo due to regulation voltages for Quads on this board. THE other 680i eg from EVGA A1 have this problem fixed however Asus havnt.


U will struggle to get 3ghz and getting more than that stable is doubtful.

core 2 Duos will overclock pretty good as u can see by my sig rig 3.7ghz 24/7 on air.
Well, I know now that it is difficult with quads on this board. However, I can not even reach 2.7 stable, which is something I would have liked.

May have to get a different board when I can afford it...
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Why are u running 1T on ure Memory...

if ure running stock it should be 4-4-4-15-2T
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Why are u running 1T on ure Memory...

if ure running stock it should be 4-4-4-15-2T
me?
post #4395 of 5659
No Avartar1983 in his SIG RIG 4-4-4-15-1T
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Why are u running 1T on ure Memory...

if ure running stock it should be 4-4-4-15-2T
That's what it is rated for, and what gets set by the auto options when I get the board to read the EPP. (SLI Ready Memory CPUOC 0% setting in the bios).

Also, I have run a number of tests to eliminate memory as the source of the problems, by running memtest86+ and prime95 in blend mode at various settings. The system is completely stable with these ram settings, as long as fsb and cpu settings are at stock.

So you think that this can have an impact on my ability to overclock the cpu and fsb, and backing off to 2T or looser timings would help system stability when overclocking the cpu?
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YES 1T is stressful i dont know how ure ram can be rated for 1T.

go back to 2T and see how u go. First get ure CPU overclock then fiddle with ure memory.
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And btw ure MCP is ure Northbridge voltage.



That is Mine at 3.7ghz with 1.5v on the NB however im using The Thermaltake Spirits II on the NB and SB, and my ambient temp is 25 today. Ambient temp makes a huge difference on temps.
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YES 1T is stressful i dont know how ure ram can be rated for 1T.

go back to 2T and see how u go. First get ure CPU overclock then fiddle with ure memory.
Well, I didn't so much fiddle with it as leave it alone, but I'll try 2T. I have, by the way, successfully run 2 passes of memtest86+ at 333*9=3Ghz and the ram settings in my profile, with no problems reported.

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And btw ure MCP is ure Northbridge voltage.
I assume you mean MCP is northbridge temperature, not voltage, here.


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Originally Posted by Benny99
That is Mine at 3.7ghz with 1.5v on the NB however im using The Thermaltake Spirits II on the NB and SB, and my ambient temp is 25 today. Ambient temp makes a huge difference on temps.
I have been thinking about these as well, actually. When you replace the heatpipe system with these, did you put heatsinks or spreaders of any kind on the mosfets and other components covered by the fin parts of the heatpipe system near the cpu socket?
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post #4400 of 5659
Yea i meant the Temp not the voltage my mistake.

Um yes u have to remove the whole heatpipes and the Mosfets.

The heatpipes are attached using thermal tape and push pins.

If u do decide to install new Coolers do not use Artic Silver 5. Use a thermal compound which inst conductive. ( Arctic MX-2 is a good choice)

With The Mosfet Cooling i didnt use any Cooling on them as they are not hot when i touch them.

U can also get a Antec Spot cooling Fan which is good and u can put it ontop of the Mosfets.

http://www.antec.com/uk/productDetails.php?ProdID=75018

However my airflow and case cooling is good Antec 900 ftw.
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