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well ill just see how my temps go. my cpu is coming tomorrow and ram on tuesday so i might have a run then but my first proper run will probs be thursday becasue thats when the majority of my fans are coming
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I do not think you will be able to get more than 3.6-3.7. You will hit the throttling temp with air cooling at anything higher than 1.7v. The thing with air cooling is that is still take a certain amount of time to remove the heat to the cooling fins. I would just raise volts a little at a time and see what temps you get. Once you get in the upper 80s, you know the limit of yu8or cooling. Set it to that voltage and commence overclocking.
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I do not think you will be able to get more than 3.6-3.7. You will hit the throttling temp with air cooling at anything higher than 1.7v. The thing with air cooling is that is still take a certain amount of time to remove the heat to the cooling fins. I would just raise volts a little at a time and see what temps you get. Once you get in the upper 80s, you know the limit of yu8or cooling. Set it to that voltage and commence overclocking.
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no cpu today
hopefully it will come tomorrow with the ram
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well its not going to be in a case and.. ive got a little idea about cooling the bottom of the mobo hmm
and i dont have a spare chip but as long as im not stupid and only keep it to short runs i should be fine

also i have 2 really big fans in my garage hmm
Permanant damage can occur if you overvolt. Also, what is the purpose of this?
I cannot see a point of overvolting that high. I know that on 1.78 some dude got an e6700 to 4ghz, but...

You will not be fine. Why do you need fans on the ram or the SB? And if you have too many fans, you create turbulence. This makes it worse.

Why have 9 fans in total?

All you need, is a high power (server grade) fan in/on the CPU cooler, and fan blowing the same direction as the cpu cooler onto the northbridge at high power. Remember, quality is greater than quantity.
    
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Permanant damage can occur if you overvolt. Also, what is the purpose of this?
I cannot see a point of overvolting that high. I know that on 1.78 some dude got an e6700 to 4ghz, but...

You will not be fine. Why do you need fans on the ram or the SB? And if you have too many fans, you create turbulence. This makes it worse.

Why have 9 fans in total?

All you need, is a high power (server grade) fan in/on the CPU cooler, and fan blowing the same direction as the cpu cooler onto the northbridge at high power. Remember, quality is greater than quantity.
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i am going to test the fan arrangement for the lowest temps before i start

and does nobody else like trying to get the most out of thir chip or am i alone
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People who get the most out of their hardware tend to use adequate cooling and don't do things that'll cripple the chip in the long run. A 3.8Ghz suicide run and killed because of it is a lot less useful than 3.3-3.5Ghz 24/7.
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post #29 of 45
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do you think i am stupid i am not going to put my chip on 2.0 and hope for the best. i am going to monitor temps and calculate a safe voltage to use for a short period.
remember this is a suicide run on air
not the same as a suicide run on phase or water
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post #30 of 45
was just googling for some info on max safe vCore and OC's on a E2180 and came across this thread.
Atm I run 333x9 on 1.3875 BIOS vCore CPU-Z reads 1.328 on idle
I did manage 320x10 on 1.4250 BIOS vCore but got scared and turned it down! lol
Temps in everest ultimate level out around the 50 degrees mark when running orthos for 20 mins and cpu fan on 3/4 speed. My case is pretty poor so will be getting something more suited for cooling soon. CPU cooler is an SI-128 with a 1600rpm 120mm fan

Any body got any ideas on safe temps for constant use/abuse? Same Q for voltage.

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