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post #1271 of 4653
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okay temps?
Temperatures are fine, just make sure they don't go for 70°c.


My true is arriving tomorrow !

Ran 333X11.5 1.4V these past days, perfect stability. Did about 20 hours prime now. Lets hope i can get 333x12 with my true ! (or 333x12.5 but i think my cpu needs 1.55V for that )
post #1272 of 4653
is 70c its max temp threshold?
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i got one to mess around with, and do some suicide runs, but this is what i will be running it at 24/7. yes i know the vcore is a bit high, but i'm fine with it.

post #1275 of 4653
it wont even probably reach 60 while playing medias or playing games... it wont use 100% of its capability.. so i think having a peak temp with a 9hr prime95 run at 68c is good..

weird that nvidia system monitor puts my individual cpu core temps both at 51c while HW monitor shows it at 34c... really weird...
Edited by squall325 - 1/27/09 at 1:53pm
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i got one to mess around with, and do some suicide runs, but this is what i will be running it at 24/7. yes i know the vcore is a bit high, but i'm fine with it.
vcore looks fine to me. Like I said pages ago. I think Intel under shot the vcore recommendations just to get ppl to buy higher end procs.

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Like I said pages ago. I think Intel under shot the vcore recommendations just to get ppl to buy higher end procs.
I think the real reason they put the limit to 1.3625 for 45nm cpus is that if they were telling you that the limit is 1.40 or 1.45, we would start using 1.5 or 1.55volt. Intel guarantees their retail cpus for 3 years, and, they want to make sure that not to many cpus will have to be replaced in that 3 years perios. Note that there is no way Intel would be able to tell if you were increasing the vcore to whatever voltage, but they know that overclockers are ambitious people.
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Check out 003's posts here.
    
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vcore looks fine to me. Like I said pages ago. I think Intel under shot the vcore recommendations just to get ppl to buy higher end procs.

Did you post some of your suicide runs elsewhere?
no i haven't done any yet, i will if it gets colder. when i do i put it under water, and take it into the cold (negative temps). i got my e2180 to 4Ghz, i can't wait to test this.

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I think the real reason they put the limit to 1.3625 for 45nm cpus is that if they were telling you that the limit is 1.40 or 1.45, we would start using 1.5 or 1.55volt. Intel guarantees their retail cpus for 3 years, and, they want to make sure that not to many cpus will have to be replaced in that 3 years perios. Note that there is no way Intel would be able to tell if you were increasing the vcore to whatever voltage, but they know that overclockers are ambitious people.
yeah, i think it is too, but there's just too many people preaching the 1.3625 thing, and i have given up.

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Check out 003's posts here.
yeah, that's his opinion, and almost everyone seems to have a different opinion.
post #1280 of 4653
From seeing how well these things have been handling high voltage. It just seems 1.36 is a little bit low.
    
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