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post #11 of 21
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Well, I ended up ordering this cooler to cool my q9550 im ordering, I will probably build the system not this coming weekend but next weekend, so I will post some results after that..if anyone is interested.
i am interested please post the results when you can, its been a week already!
post #12 of 21
bump, lets see some benchies on this for the i7 920 please?
post #13 of 21
man i love these ppl who make up their sig rigs before they even purchase everything, atleast title it (to be) *JaKe*
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post #14 of 21
bump LETS SEE SOME BECNHIESSS!!!!
post #15 of 21
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Got teh system put together 2 nights ago, havnt had much time to do much with it but I like the cooler, it seems to keep the cpu pretty cool. I am just at 3.45ghz on stock volts right now, 1.25. I think its the highest stable I can get on stock, I will probably try and OC more sometime, but right now im happy with this. According to coretemp it idles at 35 35 39 39 and loads with prime at 48 48 44 52, I am pretty sure core 3 sensor is off, realtemp shows sensor movement as 0 so I think it dont show the correct idle temp for that core. 5 passes on intel burn test the hottest core was 56c. So I think this cooler works pretty good, I did have voltage to 1.3625 a bit yesterday trying for 3.8 and with prime loaded temps did not go over 60c.

Edit: Also, any input on which temp program to use would be helpful, realtemp shows temps 5 degrees lower than coretemp but Im not sure which one really to use so I just went with the highest.
Edited by Fors30 - 1/3/09 at 11:24am
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post #16 of 21
i personally always go by coretemp
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post #17 of 21
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Is core 3 sensor being off, a big deal??? Like I said earlier realtemp shows its senor movement as 0 and when fully loaded it shows around 7-8c lower than the hottest core.
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post #18 of 21
nice benchies!!
post #19 of 21
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Anyone using this Heatsink?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835702007

Looks awesome and if it will keep a quad cool I think thats deffinately what im picking for my new build, just wanna know if anyone has any experience with it? I like that it allready comes with 2 fans.
Saw a Toms build where they used that cooler. Said it was pretty good since it's essentially a CoolerMaster Hyper212 with an extra fan. If you're doing Core i7 then use it for sure, but you could still use it for a Core2.
post #20 of 21
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Got teh system put together 2 nights ago, havnt had much time to do much with it but I like the cooler, it seems to keep the cpu pretty cool. I am just at 3.45ghz on stock volts right now, 1.25. I think its the highest stable I can get on stock, I will probably try and OC more sometime, but right now im happy with this. According to coretemp it idles at 35 35 39 39 and loads with prime at 48 48 44 52, I am pretty sure core 3 sensor is off, realtemp shows sensor movement as 0 so I think it dont show the correct idle temp for that core. 5 passes on intel burn test the hottest core was 56c. So I think this cooler works pretty good, I did have voltage to 1.3625 a bit yesterday trying for 3.8 and with prime loaded temps did not go over 60c.

Edit: Also, any input on which temp program to use would be helpful, realtemp shows temps 5 degrees lower than coretemp but Im not sure which one really to use so I just went with the highest.
if you ever decide to try for 3.8Ghz or even 4Ghz please keep us posted with your load temps! oh and +rep for the info so far .
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