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So was it actually confirmed to be the thermal paste? There is NOTHING else it can be?

Come on, who builds PCs (especially if they do it for a living) and 'forgets' thermal paste?
Either way, those temps are not going to damage the CPU... I believe the 45nm starts throttling at 100C, so don't worry about it breaking anything.
just a heads up: your sig is too many lines..edit it before a mod gives you an infraction because of it. Fill in your system specs by the userCP.
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Oh, thanks for the heads up. I know you can fill in your system specs there but I just prefer the look like that.

But your sig + specs takes up more space
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Oh, thanks for the heads up. I know you can fill in your system specs there but I just prefer the look like that.

But your sig + specs takes up more space
lol!ya i know but the limit is 7 lines and max font of 4 i think!
BTW: kick a$$ rig man!!
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Thanks but suddenly I have a distinct lack of spare money

OCN has drained it since I found this website lol. Used to be happy on a single core!

Me and a couple of friends 'trade' around hardware. I used to have an Asus Rampage E and some DDR3 but swapped it with my friend for the UD3P, Ballistix + a bit of cash - and look, I've got a .1GHz better OC
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Hope you figured it out and good luck!
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1 Month and 4 days since the last post. Anyway the person comfirmed that he put thermal paste and said that the computer will run slow with low temps and recommend me not to overclock..
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1 Month and 4 days since the last post. Anyway the person comfirmed that he put thermal paste and said that the computer will run slow with low temps and recommend me not to overclock..
I would say that if you feel too uncomfortable removing your cpu heat sink/fan not to mention your side panel that overclocking by yourself might be a little out of your league.

Anyhow what temperature is it exactly in the room with your comp' in while you are giving temperature numbers.



Also i still dont see why some of these "overclockers" are assuming that your computer is going to magically melt b/c your CPU is running @ 65*C.

Your definitely in no danger of blowing up the darned thing at that point, although it is pretty warm for a stock clock 45nm.

I still think (and 25 other people in this thread already agree with me) that your CPU heat sink needs to be properly reseated with a decent TIM application.

Until you have done that or atleast told us what the ambient temp in your room is i dont see anything else anybody can do for you.



Sheesh some people in this thread are being a little harsh on the kid that lives in singapore. Cut him some slack. Anyhow Tsuna good luck.
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1 Month and 4 days since the last post. Anyway the person comfirmed that he put thermal paste and said that the computer will run slow with low temps and recommend me not to overclock..
lol, I subscribed to this thread way back, I thought it was dead

The guy seriously told you your PC will run slow with low temps?
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youre over 50 at idle,and you shouldnt let it get over 60 at full load, so yeah, youre running pretty hot as is
Comments like that really get on my nerves. Below 100*C you're not going to fry your chip. At 85*C or there abouts thermal control kicks in anyway unless you have it disabled in the BIOS.

I run at 73*C load 24/7 happily, and I don't even have stability issues which is the main problem with high temps.

Don't worry about those temperatures so much, but try and keep load temps under 80*C just so you know that in hot weather you won't get throttled by thermal control.

-Matt
Edited by Royaltramp - 2/21/09 at 7:43am
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Am I the only one that noticed that his exhaust and CPU fan are on backwards? If his front fans are intaking and there is no fans exhausting that could be one of the causes for the high temps.
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