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Originally Posted by Archer S View Post
uuh i load at 64 degrees after 10 passes of linx at 3.5ghz. I wanted to hit 4ghz when i got the cooler though.

i have spare paste around.

EDIT

im in high school, some nights i got nothing but time.
If I'm not mistaken those are good temps for an i5 running linx especially at your oc. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think I remember guys saying anything under 80*c in linx is safe for an i5. I may be wrong I've haven't researched the i5's too extensively yet. I would think that if I am indeed correct you def have some room to up your oc
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If I'm not mistaken those are good temps for an i5 running linx especially at your oc. Correct me if I'm wrong but I think I remember guys saying anything under 80*c in linx is safe for an i5
WOAH 80C?? linx doesn't mimic normal operation right? the computer runs 24/7 i dont wana push the limit. Is prime 95 a better way to measure temps that my cpu might actually hit during operation? I game a lot but nothing intense like video processing. I was trying to keep it under 70 in prime 95 under load but it seems the second i add the tiniest amount of volts the temps just rocket up.
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That would be AMD - a known inaccuracy I think. It's load temps that are important.

Also people using DVID and EIST (Gigabyte's names for it) will have lower idle than ppls with no eist and a straight up vcore.

Edit: Wow, what a response!
Only the x6 AMD CPU's have the inaccuracy of reported temps -10C from their true temps. It doesn't just effect their idle temps though it is their load temps too.

Have seen reports of a few new firmware for Asus and MSI boards that have fixed the temp inaccuracy but nothing confirmed in a non beta firmware.
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WOAH 80C?? linx doesn't mimic normal operation right? the computer runs 24/7 i dont wana push the limit. Is prime 95 a better way to measure temps that my cpu might actually hit during operation? I game a lot but nothing intense like video processing. I was trying to keep it under 70 in prime 95 under load but it seems the second i add the tiniest amount of volts the temps just rocket up.
The purpose of Linx and even Prime95 is to access the stability of your system not simulate normal operation. You use either program to make sure your system isn't going to BSOD and restart because of an unstable OC or even because of a bad seat of your CPU cooler at stock speeds.
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The purpose of Linx and even Prime95 is to access the stability of your system not simulate normal operation. You use either program to make sure your system isn't going to BSOD and restart because of an unstable OC or even because of a bad seat of your CPU cooler at stock speeds.
okay i see. So anything below 80 in linx is fine for the i5? sweet. going to try to push 4ghz tomorrow.

Still dont understand how some poeple with the same cpu and cooler can have 4ghz and load at 60 degrees after linx. ive seen pics of that all over this forum back when i thought something was wrong with my H50.
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okay i see. So anything below 80 in linx is fine for the i5? sweet. going to try to push 4ghz tomorrow.

Still dont understand how some poeple with the same cpu and cooler can have 4ghz and load at 60 degrees after linx. ive seen pics of that all over this forum back when i thought something was wrong with my H50.
I would do some more reading on i5 max safe temps just to be sure I am correct before you go pushing it too far lol. Here's two pretty active oc'ers opinions on the i5 temps
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-i5-750-a.html

No real world everyday programs will push your cpu temps like linx so if your hitting a safe temp using that then it will be more than good to go for everyday use.

There are more variables to cpu temps than just the cpu cooler. Ambient temps and case temps can make a big difference. If your case has poor airflow then your cpu temps will suffer. You'll just end up pushing all the hot case air through the rad which isn't good for cooling the cpu.
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yeah my case airflow isnt the greatest. The antec 902 stock front fans can barely push any air through the dust filters even when theyre clean. I ended up adding another fan on one of the drive cages (so 2 fans on one drive cage) just to get some decent air into the case. That lowered my temps a whole 4 degrees on load. Im seriously thinking of replacing the GT15 on the rad with 2 ultra kazes and putting the GTs in the front just to suck air through the filters. Will need a fan controller though.

80C in linx seems to be just fine i read the link you posted and did some more searches on the forum.

thanks for the help.
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Got a BSOD today, anyone know what 0x00000001A is? Thx
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"memory management error", but a lot of these error codes are not very specific.

It might refer to your qpi, your ram volts, or even ram settings, or it could be something entirely different. Anyway, they are probably the first things to check.
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Does it matter if the radiator is mounted with the pipes on the top or bottom? will it affect flow or anything? ???
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