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post #4091 of 4289
Wow, very nice overclock indeed.
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post #4092 of 4289
thanks buddy

i will change my cooler system i setup a real water cooler
H50 is good but not good enough
my target 4.5gighz
post #4093 of 4289
Well, no matter what I try to do, I cannot get 4.0GHz stable =\\

However, I did manage to get 3.9 stable! Well..almost 8 hours for P95 stable. P95 had an error that caused windows to close it, so it only made it partway to 8 hours. Considering it used to blue screen my PC a few seconds after starting up P95, I'd say that is a considerable success. I don't know what caused windows to have an error and stop P95 from working but..oh well..



Didn't go above 38C at full load either, I was pleased.
post #4094 of 4289
^^Very nice temps at 3.9Ghz

When reaching the 4.0Ghz have you thought about giving it a bit more vcore? What about your memory speed? It may help if you bring it down.

Good luck.
post #4095 of 4289
raisethe3 this is not nice temp value
this is amazing
post #4096 of 4289
38C is not the CPU temp, that is the core temp and basically useless.

You should be reading the single CPU temp, and use that reading to compare to AMDs max temp ratings for the chip.

Core temps are usually a lot lower then the CPU temp ( around 10C give or take a few C).
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38C is not the CPU temp, that is the core temp and basically useless.

You should be reading the single CPU temp, and use that reading to compare to AMDs max temp ratings for the chip.

Core temps are usually a lot lower then the CPU temp ( around 10C give or take a few C).
Why would the temp of the heat spreader be more important than the cores? Think about it for a minute.
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Why would the temp of the heat spreader be more important than the cores? Think about it for a minute.
Sub50hz has a point; the core temperature of a CPU is much more important than the IHS temperature.

And most of the time, you do not want to exceed 55*C on the core temps.
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post #4099 of 4289
More importantly, IHS temp reporting varies wildly between boards. Kind of a bad situation all around, especially for those with unlocked CPUs. I can only assume it is +6C over the cores (since that's what it is when in dual-core mode), and ACC isn't causing some kind of weirdness.
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^^Very nice temps at 3.9Ghz

When reaching the 4.0Ghz have you thought about giving it a bit more vcore? What about your memory speed? It may help if you bring it down.

Good luck.
Thanks! I was kind of weirded out by the temps too, it's not like I have a super amazing cooler or anything. I tried to give it 1.50 on the vcore @ 4.0Ghz, but it wouldn't boot into windows. It booted in at 4.0Ghz when it was at 1.475vcore but was unstable. I have been advised to mess with the memory speed to get 4.0 stable, but haven't done so yet ( I only just got instructions on how to do so >_> ). I was wondering if the 4.0Ghz speed on the CPU will make up for the reduced memory speed.
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