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Some serious temp problems w/ E6300

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Well my specs are below. I just ran Orthos and like a minute into it, it gave me a warning :
2:FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
2:Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
2:Torture Test ran 0 minutes 32 seconds - 1 errors, 0 warnings.
2:Execution halted.

I also noticed that my temps hit 75c while running Orthos, using CoreTemp.

I am about to get an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro, which may help me out here. I'm sure that hitting 75c under full load isn't such a good thing, and I want to stay as far away from the 100c mark as I can.

Has anyone else here experienced such high temps using a similar setup? Are there any suggestions? I can't lower the vcore or else Windows will hang after 10 seconds after loading.

I am using an Antec P180 case, which is a nice case with the right fans in the right places. I just hope that the AC7 Pro can take care of this problem.
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It does not surprise me to see very high temperatures with air cooling and vcore over 1.5 volts. I would seriously lay off the OC until you get sufficient cooling to keep it below 60°C or better yet, 55°C. Only mobile CPUs are rated for 100°C, though in my experience with those, something else will overheat before you ever reach the CPU's stated temp limit. Just back down the OC and vcore a bit until you get your Freezer in, and then crank things back up.
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Well I decided to lower the multi to 6 and keep the FSB where it's at, bringing it down to 2.7GHz and lowered the vcore to 1.4

Orthos ran without a hitch this time, and the temps weren't going above 73c. The thing is, the temps with the multi set at 7 were instantly hitting 75c, but now they very very slowly creep up to 73c, but only for a short time and drop back to 66-68c and is now idling at 44c.

Another thing is, could you explain this Alphebet Soup to me? I popped the CPU and wrote down what I saw (and took a pic as well). What do these numbers mean? (Pic attached, in case I got a number or letter wrong). Sorry if the pic is a little blurry, my Nikon D50 didn't want to cooperate.

6300 SL9TA MALAY (don't know what sl9ta is, but is that Malaysia?)
1.86/2m/1066/06 (don't know what the 06 is for)
Q702A225. No idea here either.


Thanks.
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Originally Posted by sgtdisturbed47 View Post
6300 SL9TA MALAY (don't know what sl9ta is, but is that Malaysia?)
1.86/2m/1066/06 (don't know what the 06 is for)
Q702A225. No idea here either.


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The last part is your production week, which is what we usually break cpus down to for comparing overclocks. I would seriously back off quick until you get your new cooler. You really don't wanna be over 60c.
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