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Just an update to keep this thread alive:

Currently about to leave for class while stressing in prime 200x18.5 (3714) @ 1.259 vcore

Muahaha I am feeling good about this run. Started from stock and I am gonna work my way back up again trying some different procedures this time.
Not the best ambient temps in my open bench setup...but still 43-45* under load for that volts.

Edit: Damnit, I guess I am a little out of it after vegas this weekend and my night class was yesterday...not today...lol.
What are you trying to see how low you can get your temps?

I didn't have time to play around with my overclocking this past weekend. Ended up spending the whole weekend shingling half of my roof to my place since it was great weather and a good break with no rain. At the ponit I am at I need to be around my pc while I run prime95 to see why it crashes so next time I relax to watch some tv I will run it. Even know the setting I have don't past over 3 hours of prime95 I haven't had a crash while using my pc so far.
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What are you trying to see how low you can get your temps?

I didn't have time to play around with my overclocking this past weekend. Ended up spending the whole weekend shingling half of my roof to my place since it was great weather and a good break with no rain. At the ponit I am at I need to be around my pc while I run prime95 to see why it crashes so next time I relax to watch some tv I will run it. Even know the setting I have don't past over 3 hours of prime95 I haven't had a crash while using my pc so far.
Well I wasn't specifically attempting to lower temps, but hopefully I do achieve that.

I am painstakingly inching my way up paying extra close attention to actual vcore voltages from my multi meter. I am beginning to see why people hate on the C4F; it's voltages are way wack. 1.259 DMM read + .0125 bios bump = 1.355 DMM read after bump...

I am not really doing anything special, I am just being much more attentive and meticulous about reaching my overclock now that I know the abouts of its capabilities. Before I just kinda hacked my way up to 4.05 with a 2.88 NB and 1790ish ram and wound up stable, but had no room to budge with anything (up or down, lol)

So in the end if I wind up using less volts to achieve the same/similar overclock then yeah my temps will be better


Haha oh man I can't wait till I have my own house. Congratz on doing the work yourself too
I had a hard weekend in Vegas, I know I know...so tough
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Well I wasn't specifically attempting to lower temps, but hopefully I do achieve that.

I am painstakingly inching my way up paying extra close attention to actual vcore voltages from my multi meter. I am beginning to see why people hate on the C4F; it's voltages are way wack. 1.259 DMM read + .0125 bios bump = 1.355 DMM read after bump...

I am not really doing anything special, I am just being much more attentive and meticulous about reaching my overclock now that I know the abouts of its capabilities. Before I just kinda hacked my way up to 4.05 with a 2.88 NB and 1790ish ram and wound up stable, but had no room to budge with anything (up or down, lol)

So in the end if I wind up using less volts to achieve the same/similar overclock then yeah my temps will be better


Haha oh man I can't wait till I have my own house. Congratz on doing the work yourself too
I had a hard weekend in Vegas, I know I know...so tough
Gotcha. I love owning my own house and living alone at the moment. Its great to come home tried as hell and just crash on the couch in peace and quite.

I decided to mess around with my overclock before I hit the sack. I got it at:
Frequency: 4108
Ref*Multi: 249*16.5
CPU voltage: 1.4750
CPU-NB: 1.3875
NB Multi: 11x
NB frequency: 2739MHz
NB volts: 1.28
RAM: 4GB DDR2 996MHz 6-6-6-18-23-2T

I am no long blue screening. It is just crashing to a black screen so just bumping the cpu volts a tad every time.
Edited by Messenjah - 10/12/10 at 8:30pm
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Gotcha. I love owning my own house and living alone at the moment. Its great to come home tried as hell and just crash on the couch in peace and quite.

I decided to mess around with my overclock before I hit the sack. I got it at:
Frequency: 4108
Ref*Multi: 249*16.5
CPU voltage: 1.4750
CPU-NB: 1.3875
NB Multi: 11x
NB frequency: 2739MHz
NB volts: 1.28
RAM: 4GB DDR2 996MHz 6-6-6-18-23-2T

I am no long blue screening. It is just crashing to a black screen so just bumping the cpu volts a tad every time.
Oh man, you got a nice chip there! Great vcore and IMC.

What are your temps like under load/ambient? How long is it taking to black screen? Good luck
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Oh man, you got a nice chip there! Great vcore and IMC.

What are your temps like under load/ambient? How long is it taking to black screen? Good luck
its around 23-25c in my living room and cpu temp is around 48-50c. Its blacks screens in the first 5 minutes (upped the cpu volts) then blue screened (upped the cpu-nb volts) then black screen again lol going back and forth
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its around 23-25c in my living room and cpu temp is around 48-50c. Its blacks screens in the first 5 minutes (upped the cpu volts) then blue screened (upped the cpu-nb volts) then black screen again lol going back and forth
Oh man! Lucky I can't wait till I've got overclocking weather out here in SoCal. I've got about 30* ambient and the same load temps as you with much less vcore and on water It doesn't help that my room is like a death trap for heat lol. I might rearrange my room and just say screw it to the shelves I have on my corner desk, and put it under my window so I can suck cold night time air in

Haha oh man, at least it seems like you are getting some where... Just be careful, I recently learned that in theory a large amount of volts more than what is "needed" for the specific clock speed can actually cause instability too, however it would be a decent amount over.

Let me know how it goes. I am hoping to be up in your area with this round of clocking
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Cpu: 965
Name: Bjohansen
Stepping: C3
Frequency: 3613 new: 3813
ref*multi: 200*18 new: 200*19
CPU voltage: 1.4
CPU-NB: 1.100
nb frequency: 2000
NB volts: 1.1
RAM: 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz 8-8-8-24 1.65V
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cooling: Stock
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GFLOPS: 46 new: 48
Reached a scorching temperature of 68 before I turned off IBT. Sometimes it dumped to 63 degrees. It's almost like my stock fan isnt throttling properly. It sounds about the same all the time when using programs like IBT or Prime95.

When I'm playing games however, I do notice an increase of fan activity.

Ordered my Corsair H50 today along with an additional 4 case fans, hopefully I'll run the CPU at 3.8Ghz+ with decent temperatures.
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Reached a scorching temperature of 68 before I turned off IBT. Sometimes it dumped to 63 degrees. It's almost like my stock fan isnt throttling properly. It sounds about the same all the time when using programs like IBT or Prime95.

When I'm playing games however, I do notice an increase of fan activity.

Ordered my Corsair H50 today along with an additional 4 case fans, hopefully I'll run the CPU at 3.8Ghz+ with decent temperatures.
Don't even attempt overclocking without an aftermartket heatsink. My personal view anyways.
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Don't even attempt overclocking without an aftermartket heatsink. My personal view anyways.
i agree 100%
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Running it cool enough at 3.6Ghz tho, passed prime95 and IBT.
Not really the "huge" improvement, but atleast it's overclocked.

The H50 is probably here next week, so I'll try to reach 4Ghz.
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