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Nice oc.. And SUPER vcore man.. Feels good to oc that high without the worry of an excessive vcore..
Heh, especially good when it's a computer for work!

Thanks guys, I'm definitely happy with the results! Btw, temps never went above 55C under full load, so that's pretty decent as well.
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WOW your luckly, i get to 58 load with 211x9 at 1.25v how do you do it with all that overclocking.
    
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what cooling and what motherboard?
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On stock cooling I find that kind of hard to believe but Oh well...
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OK, this was the most stable that I could acheive with stock voltage.

Idle



Stressed



I have gotten the FSB up to 396 before, but couldn't go much higher, and that was on a x8 Multi, with around 1.45v

But I must say i'm happy, I have finaly lapped it, and the new Tuniq Tower is sitting in there..... This goes a long way from the thread i made complaining about 82c temps,lol. I will keep tweaking her, but i think my cap will most likely be around 3.2GHz given temp restraints. Check thoose temps.... 37c Idle, 57 Load !!! yay!
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A couple things...
1. The reference to 55C under load was actually at 3.15ghz, which is the slightly-lower-clocked-to-ensure-stability clockspeed I'm running at, and I had forgotten.
2. Also, that was using prime95 torture test BLEND on both cores.
3. I definitely most certainly am on stock cooling, and if you really want, I'll take a picture to prove it. I guess I can't really prove that I'm on stock paste, but it shouldn't be too hard to believe that.

This time, I used prime95 torture test MAXIMUM HEAT on both cores, but it was unstable until I clocked down to 3.18ghz, so that is my new official stable OC on 1.35v.

With that said, the temps touched 57C during the test, which I still consider to be good, but I think I will clock it down to 3.15ghz or 3.12ghz for general usage anyhow to ensure the temps stay below 55C. Here's a screenshot:

Now, what more proof do you guys want?
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what cooling and what motherboard?
Stock cooling and Gigabyte GA-965P-S3 mobo. It's in a link in my sig if you want to look at the rest of it.
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Sgt. LOL there in lies your problem, your using speedfan to base your results, when in fact speed fan uses a socket diode to read tmps, not the core diode, use coretemp, Speedfans temps are actually +15c, so if your loading at 57, your core temps are infact 73c, not 57, nice try though. My temps are 57c at load, and that is with a lapped E4300, a Tuniq Tower, and AS5, there is no way you could expect to have my temps with stock HSF and paste.

Now i would suggest that for the life of your CPU you really concider lowering your clocks. It also looks like you took that screenie of your "load" temps about 30secs-1min into your stress test, let it run for about 5 min and then take a screenie of your temps, i bet they don't sit at 56c speedfan temp, im guessing your running core temps under load at about 80c or higher, was my exact same problem.

Also make me look at my volts, 1.264v @ 100%, when i have stock voltage set in BIOS, that seems liek a really high Vdroop, maybe my power supply is limiting me, how accurate are the CPU-Z voltage displays?
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Ah, good to know.

What is a good accurate program to measure the temps on an E4300 then?

EDIT: Nevermind - just saw the part about coretemp.
EDIT: I've no idea how accurate the CPU-Z reading is... mine is set at 1.35 in the bios, and CPU-Z shows 1.328. I don't know whether to attribute that to vdroop or CPU-Z inaccuracies.
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Ah, good to know.

What is a good accurate program to measure the temps on an E4300 then?

EDIT: Nevermind - just saw the part about coretemp.
See this post i started initialy about my extremly high temps http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...overclock.html

That should give you an idea of what i went through to get my load temps down this far.

It took a TT 60$, lapping kit 20$, AS5 5$ and about 4 hours of my time. I'm glad to hear that your not niave enough to think speedfan is "Core" temp accurate, and yes please download Coretemp. You will get a rude awakening when you see your core diode temps. Without an aftermarket HSF and some AS5, your not gonna be able to go over 2.6GHz safely, or at least your CPU wont last very long.

EDIT: I was referring to my Voltage, looking at it, im around 1.26, lol when i have stock voltage set in bios of 1.35 like you, though I haven't seen any signifigant instability, I am going to raise it a tad concidering my really high VDroop, and will be happy if i can keep my temps under 60c load.
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