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which voltaje do you use for your 3´4ghz???

or can you post your memories, voltajes,.... so i can have an idea of everything that i´m doing.

thank you!!
my e6400 gets to 65C under load @3.6Ghz 1.55vcore with a tuniq tower both lapped but its still was 14 hours prime stable. Im going to try adding a fan that moves more air, the stock tuniq one is pretty weak. Im guessing its just my chip runs hot, I tried remounting the tuniq several times but it really didnt make a diffrence, neither did lapping/polishing the cpu/tuniq. I guess my only other options would be to get water cooling but I really dont feel like dealing with all that.
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And you think that 65C is bad for a 3.6 Ghz overclock on that chip? i think thats pretty impressive actually. It is pretty hot but at that vcore, I'm not surprised. You will have to go to high end water or phase (or the new thermalright ultra 120 extreme) to get a bit better.
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I have my e6400 running at 3.0Ghz with the vcore set to auto, because I could not get it to boot with any setting ranging from 1.25 to 1.4 i think. I would like to overclock a litle more, maybe to 3.2 or 3.4GHz, but I need some advice on what to set the vcore to, and also if i need to change the NB and SB voltages. Everest is currently reporting that my vcore is at 1.33v, my NB is at 1.33v, and my SB is at 1.54v. Thanks in advance for the help.
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And you think that 65C is bad for a 3.6 Ghz overclock on that chip? i think thats pretty impressive actually. It is pretty hot but at that vcore, I'm not surprised. You will have to go to high end water or phase (or the new thermalright ultra 120 extreme) to get a bit better.
I think im going to try running it at lower vcore at 3.5Ghz and see if that helps. I really doubt the thermalright ultra 120 extreme would make a noticeable diffrence, but if it did I would buy it in a heartbeat. Im quite disappointed with the tuniq actually it seems like it barely dissipates any heat, the base is cool to the touch with the cpu @65C. Im thinking of bringing the tuniq back to work and regrind the base so its flatter and repolish it. Do you really think the thermalright would be able to get me into the 50's?

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I have my e6400 running at 3.0Ghz with the vcore set to auto, because I could not get it to boot with any setting ranging from 1.25 to 1.4 i think. I would like to overclock a litle more, maybe to 3.2 or 3.4GHz, but I need some advice on what to set the vcore to, and also if i need to change the NB and SB voltages. Everest is currently reporting that my vcore is at 1.33v, my NB is at 1.33v, and my SB is at 1.54v. Thanks in advance for the help.
I would try 1.45vcore then and bump the nb up a notch. The nb and sb coolers get hot but I actually think there efficient, without any active cooling on them I was completely stable at 3.6Ghz. I would add 40mm fans on both of them and they should be fine. When I actually changed my sb cooler with the thermaltake spirit it got 60C+ and then I suffered a massive instability.
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Probably you can get in the 50s.
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And you think that 65C is bad for a 3.6 Ghz overclock on that chip? i think thats pretty impressive actually. It is pretty hot but at that vcore, I'm not surprised. You will have to go to high end water or phase (or the new thermalright ultra 120 extreme) to get a bit better.
Is the thermalright ultra 120 extreme meant to be good?
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The Thermalright Ultra 120 seems to beat the Tuniq Tower 120 by 1*C in most benchmarks. If I were to choose out of the two now I'd just go for whichever one was cheapest. However, the Plus version of the Thermalright appears to offer a larger difference in cooling according to Anandtech.

http://www.anandtech.com/casecooling...spx?i=2943&p=4
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i´m having a problem with the set-up of the spirits coolers.

i installed them and the northbridge one is ok.

but with the southbridge i can´t put my 8800gtx in the pci-e slot1 and also the x-fi extremegamer doesn´t fit.

is there a solution for the southbridge without having the unmount the motherboard and everything???
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Robilar successfully installed an 8800GTX in his system by mounting his SouthBridge Spirit cooler upside down. As for your X-Fi, no it wont fit at all with a spirit installed.
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i´m having a problem with the set-up of the spirits coolers.

i installed them and the northbridge one is ok.

but with the southbridge i can´t put my 8800gtx in the pci-e slot1 and also the x-fi extremegamer doesn´t fit.

is there a solution for the southbridge without having the unmount the motherboard and everything???
You have to remove the mobo.And 1 of the solution for you'r SB cooler is go back to post # 21 and 22 in this guide.And take a look,i have the same sound card,and i use the jing ting.The pics are in post 21 and post 22.With this cooler you can offset the base and fit the sound card.

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