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post #11 of 22
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Wonder if i can send it back and request a 28B

Oh well, an E6700 is an E6700 right?
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post #12 of 22
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Also, anyone care to advise me about 'burning in' a cpu?
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Also, anyone care to advise me about 'burning in' a cpu?
No such thing. Just stress test to make sure it is not defective.
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post #14 of 22
There is no such thing as burn in on any solid state device like a cpu or ram chips. Just keep upping your overclock until you get to instability and then back it down, run orthos occt and such to test it out for stability.
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post #15 of 22
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Im sorry im a massive noob at this having never overclocked before, what's orthos occt and where do i get it?
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Well you do have to let the thermal paste burn in before you start to OC it. Put it under load for a couple of days, that should do the trick. Here is a link http://www.overclock.net/downloads/1...v20060420.html
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Well you do have to let the thermal paste burn in before you start to OC it. Put it under load for a couple of days, that should do the trick.
No, you don't. Temps should drop only 1-3C at very most. Not enough to affect overclocking.
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No, you don't. Temps should drop only 1-3C at very most. Not enough to affect overclocking.
Well IMO it is a good idea to wait a couple days for the paste to cure.
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Well IMO it is a good idea to wait a couple days for the paste to cure.
Opinions are fine and I won't try to change... but logically why?
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