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post #4231 of 28251
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Originally Posted by slekkas View Post
vcore 1.356v
VTT 1.4v

If in VTT i put anything under 1.4 my system does not pass Linx test without errors.
What about your DRAM voltage?
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post #4232 of 28251
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What about your DRAM voltage?
DRAM 1.65v

I've even cut my honeycomb in the back of my case and placed the fan and the shroud outside the case for better ventilation. Now I'm waiting to replace the mx-3 thermal paste that I'm using to the original shin-etsu to see if that's going to drop a couple degrees. I'm sure there must be a way to get my temps at around 75c. I don't think my vcore and vtt are that high to justify 82c.
post #4233 of 28251
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Just a heads up to all the AM2/ AM3 users out there. Use the Corsair backplate, not the AMD one. I just cracked my motherboard
Well, that sux!

Thank you for passing on the warning. I hope there is no long term problems associated with that.
post #4234 of 28251
I solve my problem with temps:

1. push fan (inside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)
2. shroud 25mm
3. RAD
4. shroud 25mm
5. pull fan (outside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)

And better thermal compound - Coollaboratory Liquid Pro.
Before this i got 2x 1100rpm fans push/rad/pull and use Zalman STG-2.
Now temps are about 7-10*C lower when heating with Prime95 and about 3-5*C lower in Idle.
Now i7 860 @ 3,8GHz 1,32V (stress) 1,28175 (bios)
Cores heat - from 74-77*C
Cores idle - from 31-35*C
Heres the pic:
post #4235 of 28251
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post
I solve my problem with temps:

1. push fan (inside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)
2. shroud 25mm
3. RAD
4. shroud 25mm
5. pull fan (outside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)

And better thermal compound - Coollaboratory Liquid Pro.
Before this i got 2x 1100rpm fans push/rad/pull and use Zalman STG-2.
Now temps are about 7-10*C lower when heating with Prime95 and about 3-5*C lower in Idle.
Now i7 860 @ 3,8GHz 1,32V (stress) 1,28175 (bios)
Cores heat - from 74-77*C
Cores idle - from 31-35*C
Heres the pic:

wow...how's the noise?
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post #4236 of 28251
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post
I solve my problem with temps:

1. push fan (inside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)
2. shroud 25mm
3. RAD
4. shroud 25mm
5. pull fan (outside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)

And better thermal compound - Coollaboratory Liquid Pro.
Before this i got 2x 1100rpm fans push/rad/pull and use Zalman STG-2.
Now temps are about 7-10*C lower when heating with Prime95 and about 3-5*C lower in Idle.
Now i7 860 @ 3,8GHz 1,32V (stress) 1,28175 (bios)
Cores heat - from 74-77*C
Cores idle - from 31-35*C
Heres the pic:
Since i have huge heat problems i will try this right now. I'm lucky enough to have an unsealed liquid pro right here with i never used. Can you tell me how you applied the liquid pro?
post #4237 of 28251
Noise is really ok - not much louder than 1100rps fans (i think because of shrouds).
I use the Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra Set. Inside are two brushes to better apply the compound on the CPU. Its important to good clean the CPU before it.
post #4238 of 28251
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post
I solve my problem with temps:

1. push fan (inside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)
2. shroud 25mm
3. RAD
4. shroud 25mm
5. pull fan (outside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)

And better thermal compound - Coollaboratory Liquid Pro.
Before this i got 2x 1100rpm fans push/rad/pull and use Zalman STG-2.
Now temps are about 7-10*C lower when heating with Prime95 and about 3-5*C lower in Idle.
Now i7 860 @ 3,8GHz 1,32V (stress) 1,28175 (bios)
Cores heat - from 74-77*C
Cores idle - from 31-35*C
Heres the pic:
Great success my friend. I did exactly like you did and now after two hours of IBT my temp is 77c. 5c drop is pretty good. The only think i regret not doing is making the changes one at a time so i can see witch one does what. I wonder if i switch my RAD fans to intake if it would make a difference. I had better results before with intake instead of exhaust. The Liquid pro did an amazing job as well i guess. Not quite sure how amazing since i made the changes all at once.
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Originally Posted by kamyk155 View Post
I solve my problem with temps:

1. push fan (inside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)
2. shroud 25mm
3. RAD
4. shroud 25mm
5. pull fan (outside the case - scythe gentle typhoon 1850rpm)

And better thermal compound - Coollaboratory Liquid Pro.
Before this i got 2x 1100rpm fans push/rad/pull and use Zalman STG-2.
Now temps are about 7-10*C lower when heating with Prime95 and about 3-5*C lower in Idle.
Now i7 860 @ 3,8GHz 1,32V (stress) 1,28175 (bios)
Cores heat - from 74-77*C
Cores idle - from 31-35*C
Heres the pic:
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Is your setup intake or exhaust?
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