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post #11 of 20
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is the 57 fulload?

update some i didn't change anything i try to run the sp againg and this the resault

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Yeah 57 on full load

And once again, SuperPi isnt a stress tester mate, use Prime95 or Orthos - I linked it for you in my last post =)
    
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post #13 of 20
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okay anyway thanks for ur help and suggestion.

and how long should i run the prime or orthos?

if i don't have problem with the stress test @3.8 i'll looking for the 4.0@24/7 but i'm not sure i can limit the temp not to exceed 57 because in Thailand it kinda hot and i don't have the air condition in my room
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post #14 of 20
truthfull from my experience i would be reconing about 3.9 is the max max if your lucky. you really have to watch the voltage on these chips.
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WhOAH
Turn that vCore down or your chip is gonna fry! The MAX you wanna do is 1.4v...it's probably your NB/SPP that needs to be cranked to 1.4v/1.45v. People have fried tons of the new E8400's doing 1.4v or higher
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post #16 of 20
I didn't stress my CPU yet except for gaming for hours (CSS) but I set it to 1.350v and 4.0Ghz for now (didn't try higher values but I'm planning to next week). Here's what I got (cooled with a Zalman 9700 NT and Arctic Silver 5):





post #17 of 20
In you picture of your awesome rig I noticed the 4 pin cpu_fan slot empty before I seriously even noticed the FREAKIN HUGE FAN right next to it.

I was about to post about plugging in your cpu sink and then glanced at the picture again....

And I laughed at me. Comes from my own goofy gigabyte board experiences/mistakes, I guess. I still cringe slightly at the thought of an empty fan data port on my motherboard. I'm an air whore.
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post #18 of 20
Yeah lol. Actually it's funny you mention that because that's what I did when I first installed the whole thing: I plugged the Zalman into the regular CPU fan port. It takes 12 seconds of no cooling to burn a modern CPU, so with any other heatsink I probably would have destroyed my processor at the first boot up, since it took me about 15 seconds to realize that the 9700's fan wasn't turning...
post #19 of 20
Update @4.2Ghz:

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First of all, hi to you all and hope I can get some help from you guys on this issue... The thing is as follows... I have a ASUS P5K Premium Black Pearl Motherboard, a E8200 CPU, XFX GeForce 8800GTS XXX (witch unfortunatly its to RMA because it suddently stoped accepting power from PCI-E connector PSU), OCZ CL5 PC2-8500 (1066) XTC DDR2 and a WaterCooling Kit from AeroCool Iceland. I've got everything installed and working (I've got a substitution GPU 7300 from Nvidia) and I've started to notice that the temperature readings are very "different". EVEREST reads that each core is @ 56ºC and the CPU is at 39ºC... SpeedFan latest version reads CPU 39ºC and each core @ 50ºC... These temperatures are achieved either with the CPU @ 2.66Ghz either with it @ 3.81Ghz... I can't figure out what is wrong... Might it be the motherboard with a sensors problem? I really can't figure out what's happening!
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