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Well as you probably know, the 930 idle temparature are around 30-40c depending on your overclock, I'm idling at 38-41c on a 4ghz OC but what is important here is temp under load. My load temps are 70-74c which I am confortable with. I'm going to go for 4.2ghz and try to keep it under 80c load.
Yeh i run at 67 under load at 3.8Ghz with a 1.28ish vcore, and a 3.55 vtt.

i would just like to see a few more degree's difference at idle since my case will read 28-30 and my cpu still seems to read 40-42 i figure if i get my air just right i should see 5-6 over case temp (which is slightly above my ambient) once i adjust it if i find my flow is better and temps adjust even a bit i will look at setting for a 4.0 stable 24/7 but as it is i want to be 70 or less at load no matter what, since this is my first real baby with really good gear, and i want to keep it around and then be able to pass it on (since i have 6 siblings) if and when i do get a new system in 4-5 years.

Good luck with your endeavor for 4.2Ghz, its always a more challenging time to go over 4 according to the masses, but it should help you hone your skills.
Edited by Zavia - 9/1/10 at 6:20am
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Yeh i run at 67 under load at 3.8Ghz with a 1.28ish vcore, and a 3.55 vtt.

i would just like to see a few more degree's difference at idle since my case will read 28-30 and my cpu still seems to read 40-42 i figure if i get my air just right i should see 5-6 over case temp (which is slightly above my ambient) once i adjust it if i find my flow is better and temps adjust even a bit i will look at setting for a 4.0 stable 24/7 but as it is i want to be 70 or less at load no matter what, since this is my first real baby with really good gear, and i want to keep it around and then be able to pass it on (since i have 6 siblings) if and when i do get a new system in 4-5 years.
Yeah, I know what you mean, it depends if you got a good chip or a dud and also how your board OCs, my board is one of the best for OCing so I was able to get 4ghz stable on just 1.23 vcore and didn't even start touching the VTT yet. As far as longevity, I wouldn't be worried, we all say that OCing your parts will shorten their lifespan but as long as you don't feed them to much voltage and you're able to keep then resonably cools, your stuff will last. I've been doing mild to heavy OCs for the past 10 years and I've keep each system for about 4-5 years and then handed them down to family members and such never to hear any problem with them and they still run to this day.

You won't do any harm unless you're blatently stup^% and don't do it properly and in resonable steps.
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Hey guys I got another question, I switched out my 1 of my stock fan (I'm doing intake so it's the fan that is pulling) I switched to a Cooler Master R4. Will I notice any difference in performance? Or is the stock fan better? And I didn't buy it just for a new fan, I had it lying around from my old comp so I might as well use it.
Edited by Razorwing - 9/1/10 at 6:41am
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Hey guys I got another question, I switched out my 1 of my stock fan (I'm doing intake so it's the fan that is pulling) I switched to a Cooler Master R4. Will I notice any difference in performance? Or is the stock fan better?
The R4 have really good pressure which is essential for a rad application, I personally have R4's for push and pull running at 60% and I can't hear them. I just love them. The stock fan is not bad, but there are many fans with better pressure.
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The R4 have really good pressure which is essential for a rad application, I personally have R4's for push and pull running at 60% and I can't hear them. I just love them. The stock fan is not bad, but there are many fans with better pressure.
I guess I do need a fan controller to control adjust the fans right? Or is there another way?
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Hello,
I added myself to the list and saved but not sure if it worked. Proud owner of H50 as of a couple of months, front drive bay installation as intake with 3 fans and 3 inch shroud. still looking to improve on temps. Loved viewing everyone's posts and pictures. Will add mine.

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I guess I do need a fan controller to control adjust the fans right? Or is there another way?
Do it in the bios if you can, I'm not familiar with your board but in mind I have to option of putting each fan header on "duty cycle" which sets it up at 60% no matter what. I like doing it this way since I don't have to make room for a fan controller. But many others do the fan controller because they don't have the option in their bios or they don't have enough fan headers on their boards. I happen to have 8 fan headers which is alot so in a sense my board is my fan controller.
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i did the same thing, only I have 2 fans intaking, a 4 inch shroud made out of a cut-up disc stacker container and then the stock fan; all mounted in 3 drive slots which were unused in my PC.
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I'll have my i7 857k coming in soon and I'll be using OCZ freeze. Do I apply it the same way as I applied AS5? (i.e. a thing straight line up the middle?)
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Since i have still not been able to find thin long zipties, i am gonna just slim down the 8" ones i got and see how they hold. although if i drilled the shrouds out i could use my 4inch ones and connect them in the middle. food for thought.
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