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post #11 of 31
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is it really too dangerous to keep it at 60-65C?
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are u on stock heatsink/fan? if not, did u seat the heatsink right? when i didnt install mine right, temps were 70C w/o heatsink even touching cpu. either that or u have the heater blasted up.
Edited by luckii - 12/19/08 at 8:55am
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Ya, check the heatsink. Reseat the heatsink and use a good thermal paste.

And/Or get Thermalright Ultra-120 extreme.
Edited by tusku - 12/19/08 at 9:08am
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guys, temps on the E7xxx series can go well past 60C safely. Intel specs the max tCase temp as 74C, and the cores can get even hotter than that without issue.
    
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I think that generally the E7*** processors don't produce that much temperature for that sort of mild overclock. Below 65c is good. But, still, its high.
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I'd recommend using Prime 95 instead, from what I can gather its a better program for stress testing
better yet, id use intel burn test

its the same exact test that intel uses to stress their cpus before they can ship it out

8 mins on intel burn test is equivalent to 30-40 hrs on prime

so yeah. use intel burn test, it only takes about 10 mins to completely diagnose ur computer as to whether its stable or not
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post #17 of 31
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ohh.. so 70 below is fine for E7xxx Series? lol..

I added another stock fan inside its huge.. i had one lying around here, its showing only 1-3C less in Speedfan & Core Temp.

Real fan is at 55-60


I just tried Intel Burn Test.. Speedfan/Core Temp Core1: 72 Core2: 69... Realtemp was at Core1/Core2: 65-68 i didn't finish running it, i was afraid x.x
Edited by Spinzaku - 12/19/08 at 9:38am
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Well i just tried the Intel Burn Test again, without the overclock.. and at 70C and going..

edit.. sorry for double post
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I would keep coretemps under 80C for IBT....so you have plenty of headroom left
    
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post #20 of 31
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gurusan, are you positive the limit is around 75 to 80 for Intel E7300? >_< could u show source..

I'm testing the overclock again...

Intel Burn Test..
Maximum Stress: 1
Number of times to run: 5

still running atm, the temps on 3 different programs:

Real Temp 2.70 -> Core 0: 67-68 Core1: 66-67
SpeedFan 4.34-> Core 0:72-73C Core1: 71-72C
Core Temp 0.993 -> Core 0:72-73C Core1: 70-71C
Edited by Spinzaku - 12/19/08 at 10:27am
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