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post #1291 of 28303
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Originally Posted by dkev View Post
But yet it is. Not only is it possible but my system temps run near ambient with less then a 3c rise under full load.


Like Pings I also have an HVAC background except I deal more with air delivery systems.
I used speed fan for a while but its not all that good. I recommend you change to core temp or HW monitor.
post #1292 of 28303
Guys I finally got her stable and made the jump to 3.6 Ghz over the week end!!!!!!! Im getting Idle Temps of 18*c -21*c and Load temps are 35*c-40*c I did Hit a Max up to 62*c while running Prime95 Blend Test for 6 Hours. Blow Im posting my settings for those that own a Q6600 GO (EVGA 780i FTW Motherboard) and need the help getting up to 3.6 while owning a H50.


CPU Freq - 3600.0 Mhz
FSB Reference Clock - 1600Mhz
CPU Multiplier - 9 X
PCIe x16_1 &_2 - 100
PCIe x16_3 - 100
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock - Auto

nForce SPP--->nForce MCP - 5 x
nForce SPP<---- nForce MCP - 5 x

CPU Spread Spectrum - Disabled
HT Spread Spectrum - Disabled
PCIe Spread Spectrum - Disabled
Sata Spread Spectrum - Disabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode - Linked
FSB - Memory Ratio - Synced
FSB QDR - 1600Mhz
MEM DDR - 800MHz

Memory Timings - Optimal

Limit CPUID MaxVal - Disabled
Intel SpeedStep - Disabled
PPM Mode - Native
CPU Thermal Control - Disabled
C1E Enhanced Halt State - Disabled
Execute Disable Bit - Disabled
Virtualization Techhnology - Disabled

Voltages
EVGA VDroop control - Without VDroop
CPU Core - 1.57500v
CPU FSB - Auto (1.425v)
Memory - Auto (1.900v)
nForce SPP - Auto (1.40v)
nFource MCP - Auto(1.500v)
HT nForce SPP <-> MCP - Auto(1.20v)
CPU PLL - Auto(1.5v)

GTLVREF Lane 0 - Auto(+00mv)
GTLVREF Lane 1 - Auto(+110mv)
GTLVREF Lane 2 - Auto(+00mv)
GTLVREF Lane 3 - Auto(+00mv)

Those are my settings.. Hope these will Help out those in the future !!
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post #1293 of 28303
I dont know that much about intel but isnt 1.575v alot for a q6600?
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at 3.2 in auto it was setting on its own 1.45 and I have seen higher the main thing is to keep your temps low!!!!! Thats why I own a H50! Plus I plan on trying to slowly bring her down lower ( It doesnt go into the red till 1.50v)
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780 gb Light scribe Win 7 Hp w2207h 
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post #1295 of 28303
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at 3.2 in auto it was setting on its own 1.45 and I have seen higher the main thing is to keep your temps low!!!!! Thats why I own a H50! Plus I plan on trying to slowly bring her down lower ( It doesnt go into the red till 1.50v)
Thats no where near as bad as i thought. sometimes you can easily lower voltages by just getting better cooling but your going to have to pay big buck to improve much more on your temps.
post #1296 of 28303
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Thats no where near as bad as i thought. sometimes you can easily lower voltages by just getting better cooling but your going to have to pay big buck to improve much more on your temps.
Dude my Idle is 18*c -21*c and my daily use is 35*c - 40*c (thats gaming) and my Max Load running Prime 95 for 6 hours is 62*c I would say my temps are in check! I wont be upgrading from an H50 till I decide to put my 275 gtx's, North and South bridge under water.
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I used speed fan for a while but its not all that good. I recommend you change to core temp or HW monitor.
willhemmens, you are accurate about speed fan is not correct result and information.
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post #1298 of 28303
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Dude my Idle is 18*c -21*c and my daily use is 35*c - 40*c (thats gaming) and my Max Load running Prime 95 for 6 hours is 62*c I would say my temps are in check! I wont be upgrading from an H50 till I decide to put my 275 gtx's, North and South bridge under water.
Yeah those temps are fine. If my North bridge got warm i would water cool it but for me its not needed. Neither of my GPU's go over 50'c full load so there isnt much point putting them under water either.
post #1299 of 28303
Hey guys, ever since I added the H50, I've been playing around in the BIOS the last day or so and trying to overclock the CPU / RAM and I think this is a good setup now, but, I'm still new to this. Can someone verify if these are good temps for the i7 920 4.0GHz @ 1.168V. My ambient is 23C. (see screenshots)

Thanks in advance!

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Intel X25-M 80GB + Samsung F3 4x2TB [RAID-5] Plextor Blu-Ray [PX-B320SA] Windows 7 Professional [64-Bit] Dell 24" LCD [1080p] 
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I tried benching my system both ways and with my case the cpu temp was the same either way, but the system temp actually rose 7 degrees F with the radiator fans exhausting which was pretty unexpected. I am going to try reversing one of the case fans to exhaust to see if that makes a difference. here are the screenshots.

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