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Check the base of the TTBT with a razor blade to make sure it is flat. I have the VX on my 6750 and at first my temps were a little higher than I wanted, I checked and sure enough it was not flat.
A little sandpaper later and it is GREAT! 4hrs of OCCT max 40c @ 3.6Ghz
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Check the base of the TTBT with a razor blade to make sure it is flat. I have the VX on my 6750 and at first my temps were a little higher than I wanted, I checked and sure enough it was not flat.
A little sandpaper later and it is GREAT! 4hrs of OCCT max 40c @ 3.6Ghz
Will do, thanks!
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Wsail, what kind of airflow do you have in your case. If you decide to lap your heatsink, here is an excellent guide I'd recommend following: http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...ltake-big.html.

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holy crap batman, that guide rocks! so much for me getting my work done for tomorrow
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You can take the lid off of S939 chips, yes. It just takes some nerves, some knowledge of how deep the cuts should be, a steady hand, and some patience.

(If I wasn't in a hurry, I'd link you to a couple of online guides on how to do it. But there are PLENTY of resources available online on taking the IHS off of a S939 chip.)

(My sig rig's CPU has its top off. )

Once it's done, I also recommend you take the extra step and cover up the delicate little ICs lining the periphery of the naked die. I used black electrical tape to do the job.

I've attached some pictures to illustrate the point.
Nice job! I didn't have the nuts to uncap my opteron.
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Check the base of the TTBT with a razor blade to make sure it is flat. I have the VX on my 6750 and at first my temps were a little higher than I wanted, I checked and sure enough it was not flat.
A little sandpaper later and it is GREAT! 4hrs of OCCT max 40c @ 3.6Ghz
I'm definitely going to lap this thing, but I will say my temps today are about six degrees cooler than yesterday -- that's with the ambient air temps probably up 2-3 degrees C. All of this in spite of a 20% overclock (2.0 bumped to 2.4 -- and I'm pushing for more after this reply). Go figure.
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I'm getting this machine error as I'm trying to find my max OC on my 3200+ Venice.

I've been tweaking the CPU Vid from 1.400 t0 1.45 all the way up to 1.5V. It's pretty stable all the way up to 2.62Ghz. During all this time I've gotten at least 10 of these same BSODs. Now I can't finish SuperPi. The closest I've come is 24 min.

Any ideas?
Or should I just suck it up and back it off?
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I'm getting this machine error as I'm trying to find my max OC on my 3200+ Venice.

I've been tweaking the CPU Vid from 1.400 t0 1.45 all the way up to 1.5V. It's pretty stable all the way up to 2.62Ghz. During all this time I've gotten at least 10 of these same BSODs. Now I can't finish SuperPi. The closest I've come is 24 min.

Any ideas?
Or should I just suck it up and back it off?
Wsail, have you had a chance to run Orthos to test for stability? Have you ran Memtest86 to make sure your memory isn't the cause of the problem? Make sure to run tests 5 and 8 each for at least an hour. Your memory frequency may be too high which could be the cause of your stability issues. Can you post CPU-Z screenshots of each tab?

Let us know

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Let's see if this helps. So far Memtest86 hasn't turned up any errors. I've tried running Orthos and it clocks out after about 5 minutes. I've since backed it down to the current settings.

I'll try your recommendations next. In the meantime, here's a screen shot.
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He is at stock, yes.

Temps aren't bad, but given his low estimated ambient temp and the rest of the information he's given, I believe the temps could be much better.
I agree as well. try to reseat your CPU and apply new paste!
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