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Well, I continue to get some errors with P95 Blend. Back to the drawing board I suppose.
    
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Just add a little bit of Yellow in there andit would remind me of Superman!

Looks sweet though! How does she clock?
Well right now I'm running at 3.8Ghz (206*18 I think) and I prime blend stable at 47 degrees with no errors. So I'm betting I could go 3.9 or.... *GASP* 4.0??!?!!??!?!
     
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Way to many pages to run through to answer my question if it has already been answered.

So here goes.

The New Bios 1.8 from MSI. Has anyone had problems getting there Processor temperature while in Windows? I'm Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit if your wondering?

Tried Coretemp and Everest but came up empty.

Has this been an issue or likely a bad Bios update?

I'm going to need it since I'm going to attempt a Thermoelectric cooling very shortly.
Sounds like you are unstable really or a bad flash.

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LOL, we had to change the thread title?
no we would never do that
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Way to many pages to run through to answer my question if it has already been answered.

So here goes.

The New Bios 1.8 from MSI. Has anyone had problems getting there Processor temperature while in Windows? I'm Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit if your wondering?

Tried Coretemp and Everest but came up empty.

Has this been an issue or likely a bad Bios update?

I'm going to need it since I'm going to attempt a Thermoelectric cooling very shortly.
Is it showing a "0" for the temps or not even that? If it's showing a Zero then you may have make sure that "CPU Unlock" Option in the Cell Menu is set to Disable!

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Sounds like you are unstable really or a bad flash.

no we would never do that
EDIT: @ Marc

I'm starting to like this Intelburn... I got a full 10 passes @ Maximum Stress... I had to adjust a few voltages, one at a time but it worked! Check it!


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@ Mastiff --

Nice job, man! Love those Everest numbers on your RAM/NB speeds. Love those speeds in IBT, they are near identical on every run, I don't get them that close, mine will vary from 1~GFlop as they run. The more consistent, the more 'stable' the overclock, I think.

Are you finding Blend or IBT heating up the CPU more? Many say IBT heats up the CPU more.

I've never tried the Maximum setting, didn't want it to 'overuse' available ram and crash/freeze. But, I guess it doesn't!

It's pretty quick, though, isn't it?

Marc

EDIT: Mastiffman, can you squeeze 1800 7-7-7 out of your RAM? I bet you'll see better numbers off of it. Can you try it? You may need to loosen the timings a bunch, get the speed and then tighten up the timings after. I'd love to see the Everest numbers off of that.
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It will with me too. But, as soon as I up the volts, it stops doing it, or is minimized a lot, like only a few Mhz change. And it seems to just be the reference clock (fsb), so all of them reflect the change being that they are all a multiple of that.

The last IBT run, that started at 37, 38, 37 and I bumped the volts one notch, then it was 43~, the first runs Everest was jumping around a lot, the second, not once over almost 15 mins (or maybe just a couple of Mhz that I didn't notice then, I've only just started seeing a 'relationship', if there really is one). I tend to doubt coincidences.

I need to do more testing to see if there really is a direct relationship with this, but it's caught my eye for now.

If you can, for fun, try upping your voltage one or two notches (on all things you've increased, NB, CPU, RAM), and see if the Everest thing is less, or not doing it at all any more. It'd be interesting to see if it does in fact help you out in that regard.

And, for me, leave that Avatar up for awhile, please!
Oh i am interested as well but unfortunately i have been swamped all week...i should have some time today to play around with it so i will see what happens

@ Everyone

Anyone wanna chime in?

I want to run 1.7V through my GD70....
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@ Mastiff --

Nice job, man! Love those Everest numbers on your RAM/NB speeds. Love those speeds in IBT, they are near identical on every run, I don't get them that close, mine will vary from 1~GFlop as they run. The more consistent, the more 'stable' the overclock, I think.

Are you finding Blend or IBT heating up the CPU more? Many say IBT heats up the CPU more.

I've never tried the Maximum setting, didn't want it to 'overuse' available ram and crash/freeze. But, I guess it doesn't!

It's pretty quick, though, isn't it?

Marc

EDIT: Mastiffman, can you squeeze 1800 7-7-7 out of your RAM? I bet you'll see better numbers off of it. Can you try it? You may need to loosen the timings a bunch, get the speed and then tighten up the timings after. I'd love to see the Everest numbers off of that.
IT's funn because IBT does heat the CPU up more but it's only for about the first 3/4ers-7/8ths of each pass, then the temps go down for about 30-45 seconds... That post with the SS of my 10 pass test results are working completely today for some reason.... I'm only testing on High Right now which is abuot half of my ram. That SS was using abuot 3/4ers... It's finally running now again. So... IDK...

I would like to try and hit 1700-1800 CL6 but the extra volts that it takes and being that this ram requires 2.0v to start, That might not happen, But I'll try some 1700-1800 later today. My Sister in law Sprung a "Happy Birthday to her" Lunch on everyone this morning. So were off to PF Changs around 3pm. So them might want to hang for a little this afternoon.

Looks like I'm about 4/5ths the way through a 10 pass run as I speak... I swear it's almost like these IMC's Need to Warm up ro something before they really start performing well!?

Did you read the "Readme" File for IBT? Why does it say "No More Than a 20 Pass Run at Once."?
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If you guys really want to find out how hot your CPU can get try out Core Damage
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If you guys really want to find out how hot your CPU can get try out Core Damage
Nice avatar! LOL

I think that the Name CORE DAMAGE Speaks volumes for itself! LOL I'm all set bud thanks!
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