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post #601 of 941
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Hey guys - quick q:

is 41C idle and 54C load too high for stock + stock HSF? im not going to be overclocking.

thx!
That's not terrible, but it does not give much headroom for overclocking.
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post #602 of 941
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That's not terrible, but it does not give much headroom for overclocking.
I dont plan on overclocking. if i do im gonna get an aftermarket HSF. too bad my zalman from my e6600 didnt come w/ AM2 mounting brackets
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Same thing happened to me. Until I found you can buy the bracket separately.

http://www.sharkacomputers.com/za95am2crmoc.html

$4.95 + shipping
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Well, I cant get past 2.8 stable again. Now I got a question. When your suppose to raise the NB is it the vid one? I keep raising the regular NB volts and I am very unstable.
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post #605 of 941
Finally got my 9850BE running @ 3HGz took me quite some time to find the best settings and I hope it's stable now.
Busspeed: 240MHz
CPU-MP: 12.5x
NB-MP: 8x
CPU-V: 1.4V(Bios)
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.4V(Bios)
CPU-z Validation: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=430436

My HT Link runs at 1.4GHz at the moment, will try to get it up a bit.
Need to run OCCT for some hours to c if it's stable for 24/7 use.
Same goes for DDR2 (which btw is set as unganged) needs to be tweaked a little.

Temps are 41 Idle and 57 load. When I ran it at 2.8GHz it was around 35C Idle and 56C Load, ...didn't know when adding so little volt could increase the heat it produces now....
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post #606 of 941
Hey XenoMoph: Im running the same chip and Board as you, just try up'n the cpu multi. to 15,leave fsb on 200, same volts on CPU. Chnage NB Multi to 11,leave volts on Auto...See if you can boot up fromt here. Leave the ram running @1066
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post #607 of 941
Well, I have tried that before but that was a no go ...But that was on 1.36V on the core. I just did a 45min OCCT stabillity test and it's stable I'll do some testing with the voltages, as I want mu 35C back, LOL
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Man my computer used to idle in the 20's now it doesn't go below 30. I wonder if I should reseat my Zalman. I hope my chip isnt damaged cause since i got it to 3.3 for that day it has run hot. Room temp right now is around 70.
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post #609 of 941
Blow out the Zalman fan, could just have some dust on it pun3D, You say is use to run in the 20's, was that when running stock..lol
Edited by HondaGuy - 10/11/08 at 2:14pm
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post #610 of 941
Around 2.8 and I just blew everything out. Thankfully the 1200 comes with fan filters lil to no dust. I just got 2.9 to pass OCCT with just a bump in ACC.

It just seems like any bump in voltage it cant handle anything. =\\ Now when I have to bump the NB voltage. Is it the VID or the regular volt control. I have the 2 options in BIOS.
Edited by pun3D - 10/11/08 at 3:55pm
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