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1) 220
2) 15
3) 3300MHz
4) 1.45v
5) 4x
6) Orthos for 11 hours
7) 30°C, Lavalys Everest Home Edition v2.20.405
8) Zalman CNPS9700LED

Here's a screenie
That's pretty nice Powelly! I wish my chip would do 3.3Ghz at 1.45v Is that 30C under load? I'd believe that's an idle temp but that's really low for 1.45v with the 9700.
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what else do I need to do?
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30C at full load, my friend. I think Everest has been mucking up my temperatures, when I leave it idle for a few hours @ stock, it drops to 5C, which can't be right. Any suggestions on another program to (accurately) verify my temperatures? I could try cross reference a few - speedfan, coretemp etc..It only started showing me lower temps when I plugged my CPU Cooler directly into the motherboard, not using the fan controller provided...
Your thoughts?
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what else do I need to do?
In regards to what? Overclocking your chip, I presume.
First, fill this out as best as you can
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)

You need to hit Delete when you see the big Gigabyte logo when booting up. Then, scroll down to M.B. Intelligent Tweaker and follow WBaS's AMD overclocking guide until you reach a stable overclock of your choosing.

Regards,
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Hey welcome to the club

That's a decent OC, but I guess your vcore is pretty high. Have you run a cpu OCCT or orthos test for stability? I've found that 3Dmark06 doesn't stress your cpu as much. For the temp that you listed your cpu is at 100c!? That is extremely high (unless you're reading it in Fahrenheit in which case it is amazingly low). The max temperature that these chips are designed for is around 60C. You'll either want to get much better cooling, or you'll want to drop your vcore. At that rate your chip will fry.
Yes it is 100 F, It is very stable, I looped 3Dmark06 for 24hours.. that is like 24 hours of gaming. Very stable tho.
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30C at full load, my friend. I think Everest has been mucking up my temperatures, when I leave it idle for a few hours @ stock, it drops to 5C, which can't be right. Any suggestions on another program to (accurately) verify my temperatures? I could try cross reference a few - speedfan, coretemp etc..It only started showing me lower temps when I plugged my CPU Cooler directly into the motherboard, not using the fan controller provided...
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What do coretemp and speedfan say?

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Yes it is 100 F, It is very stable, I looped 3Dmark06 for 24hours.. that is like 24 hours of gaming. Very stable tho.
You need to drop those temps as soon as possible or your chip will die. The max design temperature is 60C. If you run higher than that then you run the risk of ruining your chip. The easiest way to lower your temp is to either get better cooling (HSF) or drop the vcore.

EDIT: Woops sorry misread it But still doesn't seem right for a load temp. It seems a bit lower than I'd expect.
Edited by WBaS - 11/20/08 at 9:03pm
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Yes it is 100 F, It is very stable, I looped 3Dmark06 for 24hours.. that is like 24 hours of gaming. Very stable tho.

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You need to drop those temps as soon as possible or your chip will die. The max design temperature is 60C. If you run higher than that then you run the risk of ruining your chip. The easiest way to lower your temp is to either get better cooling (HSF) or drop the vcore.
Read much? 100F, not C...
Edited by Powelly - 11/20/08 at 8:03pm
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Your hunch was right, WBaS. Here's the screenie showing that Everest displays a temp that's too low.



Next step - try to drop back voltages and thus temps yet remain stable
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Read much? 100F, not C...
Woops lol. And 100F is only like 37C... so that definitely isn't the load temp with the 9700 HSF.

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Your hunch was right, WBaS. Here's the screenie showing that Everest displays a temp that's too low.



Next step - try to drop back voltages and thus temps yet remain stable
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Ah glad you figured it out. Hopefully you'll be stable at lower voltage. Good luck
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Woops lol. And 100F is only like 37C... so that definitely isn't the load temp with the 9700 HSF.
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