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While Folding on my system (100% stress to CPU, both GPU's and ~50% load on memory I reach about 74-75* on my NB (according to everest) So I would say that that is okay but I would watch it as I do mine. MSI reported safe temp is 80*C

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Oh my. I'm only running small in prime95 now.

I saw the older posts that by remounting the heatsink with another TIM, the temperature drops as much as 10-15degrees? Would it be worth the try? (Because i will have to take out my entire motherboard and my h50 which will be a pain in the ass)

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Oh my. I'm only running small in prime95 now.

I saw the older posts that by remounting the heatsink with another TIM, the temperature drops as much as 10-15degrees? Would it be worth the try? (Because i will have to take out my entire motherboard and my h50 which will be a pain in the ass)
well worth it in the long run! what I would recommend tho is getting thermal pad any of those sheets should last you quite a while! It can be used for GPU memory, mosfets(PWM's), memory heatsinks, cpu heatsinks, really a lot of uses. I bought one 12*12 and have used it on 4 GPU's, my NB, SB, Mosfets and still have quite a bit! I would go with the 1.0mm or 1.5mm thickness
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well worth it in the long run! what I would recommend tho is getting thermal pad any of those sheets should last you quite a while! It can be used for GPU memory, mosfets(PWM's), memory heatsinks, cpu heatsinks, really a lot of uses. I bought one 12*12 and have used it on 4 GPU's, my NB, SB, Mosfets and still have quite a bit! I would go with the 1.0mm or 1.5mm thickness
Alright thanks for the advice!

I shall not bother with the NB temperature for now. As long my X4 555BE(unlocked) gets past this prime95 @3.6ghz 1.35v, i will be happy for now!

I have been searching for info in this thread the entire night
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Alright thanks for the advice!

I shall not bother with the NB temperature for now. As long my X4 555BE(unlocked) gets past this prime95 @3.6ghz 1.35v, i will be happy for now!

I have been searching for info in this thread the entire night
what r u looking for? I might be able to help
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what r u looking for? I might be able to help
1) Is there any way to remove vdroop? (intel uses load line calibration)

2) Why do they have 2 options in the bios? CPU VDD and CPU Voltage(something like that) I mean why not just have one " Cpu Vcore " etc.

3) NB voltage of the motherboard is comfortable at 1.15v? even at maybe 3.8ghz clock speed and above?

4) will the cpu-nb voltage affect the nb voltage in any way?
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1) Is there any way to remove vdroop? (intel uses load line calibration)

2) Why do they have 2 options in the bios? CPU VDD and CPU Voltage(something like that) I mean why not just have one " Cpu Vcore " etc.

3) NB voltage of the motherboard is comfortable at 1.15v? even at maybe 3.8ghz clock speed and above?

4) will the cpu-nb voltage affect the nb voltage in any way?
1. not on this board some of the ASUS's do have LLC

2. VDD is the VID(IIRC) voltage I would leave that alone. Use CPU-voltage

3.a when talking about the NB you really have to be specfic as their is a CPU-NB (IMC) and a MB NB( the 74* item you were talking about)
the MB NB should be comfortable at 1.15 but in some instance has been found to help with stability by Masstiff IIRC

3.b the CPU-NB (IMC) will need more voltage for higher NB speeds(HTT)IIRC) but for the most part will not impede cpu-core speeds

4. no
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1. not on this board some of the ASUS's do have LLC

2. VDD is the VID(IIRC) voltage I would leave that alone. Use CPU-voltage

3.a when talking about the NB you really have to be specfic as their is a CPU-NB (IMC) and a MB NB( the 74* item you were talking about)
the MB NB should be comfortable at 1.15 but in some instance has been found to help with stability by Masstiff IIRC

3.b the CPU-NB (IMC) will need more voltage for higher NB speeds(HTT)IIRC) but for the most part will not impede cpu-core speeds

4. no
3.b For my case, i'm only increasing my multiplier, not affecting the NB freq. This means i can leave the CPU-NB at stock voltage?

I bumped my NB freq to 2200(2000 stock) since it seems to give me some stability in prim95 small
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3.b For my case, i'm only increasing my multiplier, not affecting the NB freq. This means i can leave the CPU-NB at stock voltage?

I bumped my NB freq to 2200(2000 stock) since it seems to give me some stability in prim95 small
you can leave it at stock which will give you lower temps but depending on how high you go with the core you will find that you may need to go higher on the IMC speed. around 3800-4000MHz you will want to have ~2400-2800 on the IMC and you may need CPU-NB voltage for that depending on your chip. The higher CPU-NB(IMC) speed has the added advantage of increasing memory throughput as well as throughput thru out.
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you can leave it at stock which will give you lower temps but depending on how high you go with the core you will find that you may need to go higher on the IMC speed. around 3800-4000MHz you will want to have ~2400-2800 on the IMC and you may need CPU-NB voltage for that depending on your chip. The higher CPU-NB(IMC) speed has the added advantage of increasing memory throughput as well as throughput thru out.
Ohhhh. If i were to raise my rams frequency to 1600(currently 1333). Which setting must i raise to apprehend the change?

one last thing! will there be a need to bump NB voltage or anything if i were to upgrade to 8GB ram?
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Ohhhh. If i were to raise my rams frequency to 1600(currently 1333). Which setting must i raise to apprehend the change?

one last thing! will there be a need to bump NB voltage or anything if i were to upgrade to 8GB ram?
Ram divider. Change that to 4:1 IIRC

I dont believe you will need to.
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