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so i heard that i shouldn't have my load over 60C, some even say 50C. is this right? rawr.. cause if it is.. then that means... i need to drop my vcore again.. and lower my fsb.. fack... >< well thanks for the helps! grr... damn thing almost posts when its at 1.5v.. pisses me off.
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Stay under 60c if possible, but I try and stay under 50c or atleast in the 50's,
theres nothing wrong with staying by 60c but most hate that temp so your fine


And stay under 1.55volts unless your water cooling but you shouldnt need over 1.4volts until you hit 3.0ghz
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What does CPU-Z report the revision as, L2 or M0?

E4400 L2 (older core) has a max temp of 61.4°C

E4400 M0 (newer core) has a max temp of 73.3°C
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i have an m0. ugh.. but i still hit 72C with vcore at 1.55, i think i'll drop it back to stock vcore and 2.66ghz. thanks for you help!

@Xx573v3xX_Z28: eh.. i can't get it to post at 1.5 or 1.45v for 3.33ghz.. and the only way i can get it to post at 3.33ghz is with 1.55vcore.. =\\ so yea..
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i have an m0. ugh.. but i still hit 72C with vcore at 1.55, i think i'll drop it back to stock vcore and 2.66ghz. thanks for you help!
WOW dude reseat that cpu and set the fan to max. that doesnt seem right with my stock cooler i was able to go from 2.33ghz to 3.3ghz without hitting 70c


do you have your memory on a divider 1:1
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WOW dude reseat that cpu and set the fan to max. that doesnt seem right with my stock cooler i was able to go from 2.33ghz to 3.3ghz without hitting 70c


do you have your memory on a divider 1:1
vcore directly impacts heat generated. With 1.55v vcore, you are going to get really high temps. FYI, I would not go above 1.5v vcore, and for stock heatsinks, try to keep it around 1.35v vcore.
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oh, its not a stock heatsink. sorry about taht.
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vcore directly impacts heat generated. With 1.55v vcore, you are going to get really high temps. FYI, I would not go above 1.5v vcore, and for stock heatsinks, try to keep it around 1.35v vcore.
1.43 volts on Stock heatsink 3.3ghz dude and um 67c load

Now i never go over 48c load
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yea... but it's a dell.. if i could get precise vcores on this thing.. i would.. -__-
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1.43 volts on Stock heatsink 3.3ghz dude and um 67c load

Now i never go over 48c load
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i have an m0. ugh.. but i still hit 72C with vcore at 1.55, i think i'll drop it back to stock vcore and 2.66ghz. thanks for you help!

@Xx573v3xX_Z28: eh.. i can't get it to post at 1.5 or 1.45v for 3.33ghz.. and the only way i can get it to post at 3.33ghz is with 1.55vcore.. = so yea..
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