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rx7racer....i see that you have the e8400 at 3.9.....what voltage are you using??my idle voltage in cpuz is 1.296 very close to what i've set in bios(1.3).Then why i have this huge vdroop???At full load it drops to 1.26....
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rx7racer....i see that you have the e8400 at 3.9.....what voltage are you using??my idle voltage in cpuz is 1.296 very close to what i've set in bios(1.3).Then why i have this huge vdroop???At full load it drops to 1.26....
I am running 3.9GHz with 1.328vcore, so you were able to get lower vcore which is nice. The vdroop is normal, you only have a 0.03vdroop which isn't bad under load. I combat my vdroop with bios options so I stay at the 1.328(couldn't get it stable with anything less) even under load, but I have 1.344 set in bios. So not a huge vdroop at all my friend , you're well within normal vdroop range.
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No racer.....i have 1.30 in bios but i have 3.6 ghz...another option for cooling would i have???I can buy a new cooling only next month so....

I'm running case open,could i have more chances of i'll close the case and put a fan in it?And my video card throws all the hot air inside the case to the hdd side,if i'll set the fan in front instead of in the back could help?
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Well, The ocz Vanquisher is a decent priced hsf, maybe look at that next month. Really and good aftermarket hsf such as Zalman 9700 or a Tuniq and especially a TRUE would be cut the temps down for ya.

And I would run open case imo until you get a new hsf and then work on case airflow and maybe look at getting an exhaust fan near your gfx card to vent the heat outside the case. And do you mean like a house fan in front?? If so I would leave opene case and direct the fan right into the side of the case.
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=)......c'mon racer...not like that.I mean a fan in front side instead of back side near the cpu.But my room is very warm....i thought that a closed case could help.Anyway i think i'll stay stock till some money arrives cuz i want to get another 8800gt too and a cooling sistem....maybe water:->.....thanks alot for your advices racer....+added
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Ok, how many fans are you running in your case. It is a typical good idea to have at least one in front of the case as intake and at least one in back as exhaust, those should be standard no matter what. You need to work on getting some more fans then if you are only using one besides what is on the cpu hsf and gfx. What case are you using btw? Good airflow= good temps typically. Sounds like that is what you need to work on.
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=)......c'mon racer...not like that.I mean a fan in front side instead of back side near the cpu.But my room is very warm....i thought that a closed case could help.Anyway i think i'll stay stock till some money arrives cuz i want to get another 8800gt too and a cooling sistem....maybe water:->.....thanks alot for your advices racer....+added
You son't really need water for 45nm processors. Just get
1. Thermalright ultra 120 extreme - you will need a fan.
or
2. OCZ Vendetta 2
or
3. Xigmatek HDT-S1283 - You will need to phone Xigmatek to get a bolt-down kit for free - much better than pushpins IMO.

Thats the order of supremacy of heatsinks IMO.
Do not get a thermaltake bigwater before you even think about it.
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