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post #881 of 4653
I think thats about it.... at 300x12.5 i get 56-58oC while running Orthos and OCCT... Dunno about water cooling... should be a bit lower IMO

Dont forget to configure your Tjmax in all monitoring programs to 100oC... my temps were off too, and once i got that settled everything is fine now...

My friend tho has problems... his CPU runs at 112oC ... so his sensors are messed up. Also i figured it out that on my mobo (P5Q-E) when i turn off CPU spread spectrum my temp go wild, or better to say sensors go ku-ku... Then they show 112oC...
    
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Dont forget to configure your Tjmax in all monitoring programs to 100oC... my temps were off too, and once i got that settled everything is fine now...
how do i do that ?
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I don't know the performance of your water cooling system.

When you say "under load", it's under load doing what?

What I think, is that 1.39v is a little high for only 3.68ghz. Are you sure you need that many volts to reach that clock speed stably?

If you say that you are running orthos or prime95 on 1.4volt, 68c might be normal. Note that the maximum temp accepted for this cpu is 74c.
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how do i do that ?
Real Temp:
click SETTINGS -> click SET TJ MAX -> type 100 and 100 -> click OK

Core Temp:
dunno about this one... latest version should work alright

Everest:
open EVEREST -> File -> Preferences -> Hardware Monitoring -> set TJ Max Temperature to 100 celsius -> click OK

Thats it...

EDIT: just checked 3.5GHz @ 1.35V full load Prime 95 (just the couple minutes) at 53oC both cores.
As Glussier says... i bet you can do 3.68GHz at 1.36V or so...

EDIT 2:
@ Overclockerfx

Just finished testing OCCT 2h at 3.5GHz@1.35V if you want you can add that to stable OC's list... i got a screenie but its after the test was finished, since i was not home while it ran... Hope i can get a bit lower volts at 3.5GHz tho...
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it's all the same, i'm thinking seriously to use it naked, without the ihs, i had lower temps with my old e2220 8x400 and it was 65nm... this cpu has a lot of potential but it get too hot :S
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As far as i've heard... when water cooling its much better to remove the IHS or at least lap it pretty good to reduce the thickness of the IHS.

Was it that water removes heat slower but can absorb more heat than heatpipie stuff? If thats it, then the less "material" between water and cores the better... Someone correct me if im wrong about water vs heatpipe stuff... im just using my logic here, and its 1am here


EDIT: 20mins into Prime 95 and im at 56-57oC (970rpm fan)

Also can anyone in layman terms explain what the 'ell is VID? I got mine at 1.225V (Core Temp, Real Temp)
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Also can anyone in layman terms explain what the 'ell is VID? I got mine at 1.225V (Core Temp, Real Temp)
vid is the default voltage for your cpu. Some say that the lower the vid for your cpu, the higher it will overclock and at lower volt. This is simply not true. I had 2 E5200 and the one with the lower vid (1.1125volt) could overclock stably at 1.70ghz on 1.42volt. The one I'm using now is clocked at 3.85ghz at 1.39volt and has a vid of 1.2000volt.
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it's all the same, i'm thinking seriously to use it naked, without the ihs, i had lower temps with my old e2220 8x400 and it was 65nm... this cpu has a lot of potential but it get too hot :S
That's one problem with the low end Intel cpus, instead of the cores being weld to the heat spreader, like it is with quad cores and the E8xxx series processors, the cores are glued to the heat spreader. Therefore, the E5200 cores do not transfer heat to the heat spreader as efficiently as done on the high end cpus.

Removing the heat spreader could greatly improve your cooling, however, the drawback is that you have to be more careful when installing your cooler otherwise you might crush the cores if not done properly.
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vid is the default voltage for your cpu. Some say that the lower the vid for your cpu, the higher it will overclock and at lower volt. This is simply not true. I had 2 E5200 and the one with the lower vid (1.1125volt) could overclock stably at 1.70ghz on 1.42volt. The one I'm using now is clocked at 3.85ghz at 1.39volt and has a vid of 1.2000volt.
1. i guess u meant 3.70ghz on 1.42V

2. so this means i actually got a good CPU specimen thats rated at 1.225V? In theory ofcourse...

BTW u know if theres any truth in the "crp" i said before?
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I managed a 350mhz bus speed (it shows as 349.99mhz in cpuz). To do this, I had to increase fsb termination voltage by .08 volt and Northbridge voltage by .10 volt.

So, the new suicide record is 4.375 ghz. I'm so close to 4.4ghz and yet so far.





Here's the link to cpuz validation: http://valid.canardpc.com:80/show_oc.php?id=478093
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