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Something is wrong with those temps, I get alot lower temps with my 6400 even with stock cooling at 3ghz... Have you tried reseating your Zalman?
Yes, once. I decreased the amount of AS5 dramatically, and followed both Intel's and AS's application instructions. NO change in temps.

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I'd turn down that overclock till you got reasonable temps, and yeah try reseating etc.
As I stated earlier, this computer spends most of its time idle (at 43C). Under normal workload (Office apps, email, Internet, Doom3) temps rarely (never) exceed 50-54C.

Only by pushing the chip with Orthos/TAT/Prime95/Pi can I get the temps up to the 70s.

As long as I stay away from maxing the chip for any extended length of time, I'm good to go--and even an overnight "burn in" (shown in this thread) appears to not harm my system or chip and will be a rare event, indeed.

-Paul
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why is it fluctuating so much ?
    
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Those are really high temps. for that overclock. I have the same cpu running in a MSI P43 Neo3-F @3007Mhz with vcore at 1.296v(stock) and I have yet to see the temps get over 42C(Cooler is Rosewill RCXZ 775-SL), the high temps you are seeing is beacuse of the 1.4v vcore, my motherboard also has Auto Voltage Control and its not a good idea to use when overclocking because it sets the vcore and Ich voltages way higher than needed. I think your problem is your motherboard having the lowest Vcore at 1.4v which is about .104v over what that cpu should be needing, I have had problems with my motherboard setting vcore to 1.42v when left to Auto at a 3.0Ghz overclock and my idle temps were about 35C, so later after i figured the problem was voltage I manually set vcore to 1.296v(stock) and my idle temps went down to 26C (with same room temp.) I would check and see what you can do about lowering the vcore if not you will still get the same temps. no matter what overclock because your mobo. is feeding your cpu to much voltage..maybe a bios update or flash back to older one can get you to the 1.296v that the cpu should be getting
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Those are really high temps. for that overclock. I have the same cpu running in a MSI P43 Neo3-F @3007Mhz with vcore at 1.296v(stock) and I have yet to see the temps get over 42C(Cooler is Rosewill RCXZ 775-SL), the high temps you are seeing is beacuse of the 1.4v vcore, my motherboard also has Auto Voltage Control and its not a good idea to use when overclocking because it sets the vcore and Ich voltages way higher than needed. I think your problem is your motherboard having the lowest Vcore at 1.4v which is about .104v over what that cpu should be needing, I have had problems with my motherboard setting vcore to 1.42v when left to Auto at a 3.0Ghz overclock and my idle temps were about 35C, so later after i figured the problem was voltage I manually set vcore to 1.296v(stock) and my idle temps went down to 26C (with same room temp.) I would check and see what you can do about lowering the vcore if not you will still get the same temps. no matter what overclock because your mobo. is feeding your cpu to much voltage..maybe a bios update or flash back to older one can get you to the 1.296v that the cpu should be getting
Holy crap dude! You just revived a 2.3 year old thread! And on your very first post.

Welcome to OCN anyhow.
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Haha..yeah I know...but I happened to see it through searching on e4300 overclocks and figured Id give it a shot....Yeah Im a noobie to this site...so thanks..hey i noticed your Hd is a Raptor....Im thinking about getting one...are they worth the price?
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Haha..yeah I know...but I happened to see it through searching on e4300 overclocks and figured Id give it a shot....Yeah Im a noobie to this site...so thanks..hey i noticed your Hd is a Raptor....Im thinking about getting one...are they worth the price?
Velociraptors are worth the price in my opinion, but some people will just raid0 a couple of 640gb caviar blacks instead for about the same price.

I have two velociraptors in raid0 for my work computer, and it is pretty fast compared to anything else I've used. SSD would be the best, but of course, very expensive.
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85c is tj m8, knock 15 off the 77c you hit and you get the 62c that would trigger it throttling itself down.

i love the e4300 me m8 mine was made with magic dust check sig
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