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Still haven't gotten around to doing all that I wanted to since the weather has been nasty around here and it really kills my motivation to do anything. I am now at 500x7 (3.5GHz) and getting about 55-56C load at 1.6v BIOS. Speedfan reads 1.51v at load. Is this normal for the P5B to drop that much voltage from the BIOS setting? It doesn't droop much at load, but it's always lower than the BIOS setting.

All the Asus boards I've had show more V-Core in Speed-Fan or what-ever then they do in the bios...I might have it set at 1.52 in bios and it will be 1.56 or 1.58 in desk-top....
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Yeah, but mine is the opposite. It shows a lot lower in speedfan. I just wonder which to trust, since 1.6v is about as high as I want to go, but if it is actually only ~1.52v then I will ramp it up some more (temps permitting).

This setup used to belong to Sladesurfer and he claimed to have gotten the chip to 4.0GHz on air, which I doubted. The FSB is fine, I was messing around with it today and it goes up to around 550MHz or so just fine, it's the CPU that is burning up.
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I've not had one do that...That would suck....Have you read it on several programs to make sure its not just a fluke?
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I am downloading more programs right now. Hopefully I can get this figured out.
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OCCT is a good one and Nividia monitor,ASUS PC Probe is good one to...Yeah I always run out of V-Core the way it is I'd really hate it doing that...
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OCCT is a good one and Nividia monitor,ASUS PC Probe is good one to...Yeah I always run out of V-Core the way it is I'd really hate it doing that...
I didn't like OCCT very much, it gave me a fluctuating load temp. The graph looks like a sine wave. The Vcore reading was the same as Speedfan though. Coretemp gives the same temp reading but is screwed up in every other category. I haven't tried the ASUS program or TAT yet though.
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I didn't like OCCT very much, it gave me a fluctuating load temp. The graph looks like a sine wave. The Vcore reading was the same as Speedfan though. Coretemp gives the same temp reading but is screwed up in every other category. I haven't tried the ASUS program or TAT yet though.

OCCT always says my CPU temp is 40C....I don't know why since I have Speed-Fan set as its monitoring program and Speed-Fan is usually pretty close...Software is freaking weird I don't trust it much...


How are your temp's now?
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I ran into instability during the day when it got hotter out at 515x7 (3.6GHz) so I dropped it to 500x7 (3.5GHz) and was Orthos stable for 9 hours. Still at 1.6vcore, and temps anywhere between 55C load and 64C load depending on the time if day.

When I ran Orthos for the 9 hour period the CPU temp jumped up to about 82C for some reason, the Core temps were still normal, so I'm not sure what happened there.
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I ran into instability during the day when it got hotter out at 515x7 (3.6GHz) so I dropped it to 500x7 (3.5GHz) and was Orthos stable for 9 hours. Still at 1.6vcore, and temps anywhere between 55C load and 64C load depending on the time if day.

When I ran Orthos for the 9 hour period the CPU temp jumped up to about 82C for some reason, the Core temps were still normal, so I'm not sure what happened there.


Man thats hot...I wonder if you have a screwed up temp sensor? But still the core-temp stayed fine.It doesn't look like it would be stable that long that hot with a good OC on it...I don't know Buddy you've tried everything I would of known to do...Wish you had another block to stick on it and see whats going on...
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I think I said this already, but now I am more certain. I am probably going to get a Q6600 soon and will probably replace the radiator with a PA120.2 and probably trash the GTS 240 unless somebody wants it even though it is slightly damaged. If I don't get an improvement from that radiator then it will be pretty obvious that it's the block. I don't know why the block would be a problem though, I mean, it's a Stinger.
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