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Ok lets take a look at temps again.

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Everyone is probably getting sick of seeing me posting...anyway I was up all night last night tweaking and bobbing and came to a few conclusions

3.0Ghz is stable at 4-4-4-12
3.2Ghz is NOT stable LoLz


When I run a Blend or Small FFT test on Orthos I can run it for 15 minutes no problem, anything past that gives me STOPPED problems.

That being said my Temps are as follows per program:

CoreTemp: 65c Load
Speedfan: 55c Load
The tip of my finger: Cool

Anyway under any normal circumstance nothing I run makes my CPU temp climb anywhere near that high and my Ambient temp is in the mid 30's.

For example after doing Orthos everything went back down to the mid 30's so I launched Company of Heroes and played a bit and the temp didn't really get past 45-50c so realisticly nothing I do is going to stress my CPU out as bad as Orthos (Obviously)

What do you all think? Am I safe? Am I not safe?

Also I haven't lapped my Zalman CNPS9500 so I'll see what happens when I do that later on this week.
    
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Your load temp under practical use (45-50C) is fine. I also get Orthos errors when my load temp hits 60-62C. Under 60C, I could run Orthos 24/7.
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Nice going!

hmmm...have you tried Intel's TAT on your system?

All things being equal (though they rarely are), those temperatures are really rather nice.

But, If you have not used TAT to monitor your system under the same condtions you mentioned above, I would recommend that you give it a whirl.

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TATs the same but I have my doubts on the integrity of TAT given the fact that it was made for Pentium M's ... call me cynical but uhh yeah
    
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TATs the same but I have my doubts on the integrity of TAT given the fact that it was made for Pentium M's ... call me cynical but uhh yeah
..Cynicism is a form of wisdom... disenchanted perhaps, but wisdom never the less....

As personal proof to that... I go with the hottest reading, thereby erring on the side of caution... ...it's TAT

The point, however, is moot as your readings are the same.

Man, I wish I could keep my hardware that cool. ...

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