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post #21 of 31
here ya go
http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SLAPB

As you can see, the thermal spec is 74.1C, and this is the maximum tCase temp (temp of the IHS)....so the cores are just fine going even hotter.

Also the reason I said 80C during IBT is fine is that temps will not climb that high at all during even very stressful normal use.
    
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I'd recommend below 65c in realtemp.
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Passed the Intel Burn Test, so that means its all good ?

Results:

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 11:08am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spinzaku View Post
Real Temp on mine is 65-68.. going back and forth

and i passed the Intel Burn Test so that means its all good ?? XD

Results:

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
thats great that you passed. if you passed, youre definitely stable, and those temps are definitely fine, wolfdales normally can withstand high heat output

and the reason why u got those temps so quickly is because the intel burn test stresses out every capacitor, every little piece of the cpu .. 8 mins is about 40hrs on prime

im sure if you ran orthos, or prime, it'll stay about 55-60 instead of 70
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oo nice.. it's just weird people telling you below 60 = BAD and yet over below 75 its still good ;x

do you think i could make this go faster? around 3.2ghz..

right now its 334 FSB X 9 Multiplier = 3006
What do you think of 356 FSB X 9 = 3204..

Do you think il have problems with ram? i had memory dump error with 320 X 10 = 3200.. don't know why i got physical dump.
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i have the same processor how far can i get with stock cooling?
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Thread Starter 
as you guys know i did intel burn test this are the results:

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

i passed which is good.. but i notice in speedfan the CPU Temp is 80C .. is that bad? the cores are stuck between 71-74.. System Temp is 40C
Edited by Spinzaku - 12/19/08 at 8:14pm
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Originally Posted by askareem24 View Post
intel burn test stresses out every capacitor, every little piece of the cpu .. 8 mins is about 40hrs on prime
Hey there ......

I cannot seem to find any hard proof of that statement .... Would you be so kind as to provide any source of this, other than opinion please !

8 min to 40 hrs or even 30 or 20 hrs just doesn't seem like a proper comparison. My personal theory (opinion if you will) .... you may be able to press the gas pedal down quickly for a second or 3 and achieve hitting 9000 rpms without blowing the engine, but not be able to maintain a constant 7000 rpms for say 3 minutes without blowing .... just and example ! lol

Just my opinion and curious of the info !

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post #29 of 31
I got this same board, and processor. I was wondering what I needed to change in the Bios to get it running stable at 3.3ghz
post #30 of 31
I would still question your hsf being on properly. I'm running my e7300 with the stock hsf and i'm maxing out at about 62c with prime running. Now, I have an antec 300 case that has 2 fans to pull air out right next to the hsf, so i'm not sure how much that helps....but i'm also at 3.2 ghz.

But yeah, i've heard that the e7*** can run a little hotter as well.
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