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add me to the club. i have the Windsor running at stock 3.0GHz, but hope to get a new CPU cooler soon. temps are 38C idle (CoreTemp) and around 55C on 100% Load with the stock cooler on it in a CoolerMaster 690 nVidia Edition case. room temperature is currently 22.7C so hopefully santy brings me the zalman cpu cooler so i can see some numbers change
    
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add me to the club. i have the Windsor running at stock 3.0GHz, but hope to get a new CPU cooler soon. temps are 38C idle (CoreTemp) and around 55C on 100% Load with the stock cooler on it in a CoolerMaster 690 nVidia Edition case. room temperature is currently 22.7C so hopefully santy brings me the zalman cpu cooler so i can see some numbers change
55C load at stock voltage? That's pretty high...What program are you using to put load on the CPU?
Also, by Zalman CPU Cooler do you mean the Zalman CNPS9700LED? Because if you do, good choice! It's a fantastic CPU cooler, never had a problem with it. For best results, unplug it from the fan controller and plug it straight into your motherboard - the fan controller doesn't utilise the full power of this beast...
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ok so the voltage thing has me confused. in BIOS its set to 1.400V and another page in the BIOS reads it as 1.43V. Now when i load into Windows (Vista 32-bit) CPU-Z tells me 1.296V. Asus PC Probe reads anywhere from 1.41-1.45V and shows different temperatures than CoreTemp (about 1-3C higher.) the program used to stress the cores is Orthos with settings of Small FFTs Priority 9.


and yes i was referring to that particular zalman cpu cooler .
    
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Programs such as CPU-Z seem to be rather inaccurate at reading your CPU voltage. That two different readings in your BIOS is a bit puzzling. Have another look and write back on what pages the entries are, and exactly what they say (i.e. CPU Voltage: 1.45v on Overclocking page)

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Bart, I recall from a few pages back you said you've got the Brisbane. This CPU isn't as good to overclock as the Windsor, although your temperatures will be lower. You might have found your max overclock. Mind you, I've got the Windsor and can't boot past 3.53GHz (I believe 1.5 or 1.55v) without getting BSOD. Although you've got a CPU cooler, because it's air I wouldn't raise your CPU vcore past 1.55v. If you're going for a suicide run, put max volts and underclock your RAM.

Good luck mate And merry christmas to all
Thanks for the reply. Although I had 3.5GHz before, but I got a BSOD from doing that while running 3dmark06.
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O.C to 3.3GHz 220x15=3300
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O.C to 3.3GHz 220x15=3300
Welcome to OCN, and welcome to the club!

Fill out this list:
1) Reference clock
2) Multiplier
3) CPU clock (yes it would be nice so people can just look and not have to do the math)
4) vcore
5) HTT multiplier
6) Stability test & time run
7) Temp while running test & program used
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any)
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Hey there I'm new here. I think my system is running hot 42 idle and 65 load tested with occt.
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Hey there I'm new here. I think my system is running hot 42 idle and 65 load tested with occt.
Welcome to OCN, mate! And welcome to the AMD X2 6000+ club
Head over here and fill out the specs on your system the rest of us know what kind of hardware and software you're using.

On that note, are you using the stock CPU Heatsink/Fan? Those temps are awfully high for what I assume to be stock clock. You might want to readjust it. Just out of curiosity, do you have the Brisbane model or the Windsor model of this CPU? CPUz will tell you, if not check your BIOS - the Brisbane is capable of a 15.5 multiplier; whereas Windsor is limited to 15.

Finally, if you plan on overclocking your CPU, please fill in the details below.

1) Reference clock
2) Multiplier
3) CPU clock (yes it would be nice so people can just look and not have to do the math)
4) vcore
5) HTT multiplier
6) Stability test & time run
7) Temp while running test & program used
8) CPU cooler & any modifications done to it (if any)


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htt multiplier is this the same as ht speed?
my mobo dose not say htt multiplier. i have ht speed auto,200MHz,400MHz,600MHz,800MHz & 1GHz.

any way what would any of guys go by a software temp monitor or a hardware (lcd display) monitor for your cpu ?
i got both goin and the h/w (lcd display) monitor says {28*c} s/w monitor says {31*c}. how much play should i give the probe for the hardware monitor ? i have the probe just above the CPU part of my heatsink. just under the heat pipes. Zalman cs9500a has little gaps were the heat pipes meet the copper plate touching the cpu. got the probe slid nice and snug in between the pipe just above & just about the middle of the cpu. mind you the fans goodness dose not hit this plate. i think this is a good place for a probe. NO ?

Edited by denn_is - 12/27/08 at 6:44am
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