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No, I haven't used any particular program to test the cpu overclock. The only program I have used is FurMark to test the stability of the GPU--which is fine.
Yet, I have tested the game with the CPU at normal ghz of 3.0. And it still occurs.
I have made sure to plug in everything correctly--RAM, vga card, cpu, etc.
I think 1 thing that may be throwing it off, if you look at my 1st picture closely and see the connection to my harddrive, it's a bit loose. I was attempting to do a semi-clean wire tuck, and in the process, I pulled the wiring up, and the tab cracked a bit. So I used some crazy glue to get it back to normal. It has worked, and I don't have the problem when using the computer to browse the web or anything else. It only occurs when I am gaming?

Oh, and as for the ambient temp., I believe my living room is around 55c-65c.
If only occuring while gaming I would say it's not the HDD having a loose connection. Are you sure nothing is overheating?

RAM/Vregs/etc??
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Oh, and as for the ambient temp., I believe my living room is around 55c-65c (without the heater on).
If that was true, you would be dead within a day... Do you mean Fahrenheit?
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haha yeah you would burn to a crisp dude
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post #4714 of 28306
Holy crap... that's like having a sauna 24/7... even worse than that.... that's crazy. Anyways, is it worth getting a fan to replace the corsair stock fan? How much would that help temperature wise
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If any one has any extra Corsair H50 stock fan and would like to sell it PM me.
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If any one has any extra Corsair H50 stock fan and would like to sell it PM me.
eBays got them for $19USD
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Hey whats up guys I just finished my first system build and purchased the H50 after reading a lot of your posts.... Love it... As soon as I get a few more parts in the mail and have some time I will post some pics.. In the process on putting the whole system in a new case.. As for temps I am very happy my desk sits over a heater and I still have a cpu temp at worst of 31 C... I am running stock clock but plan on OC'ing after I get a new motherboard and relocate my desk..
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If only occuring while gaming I would say it's not the HDD having a loose connection. Are you sure nothing is overheating?

RAM/Vregs/etc??
Yes, I am highly sure nothing else is overheating. The only parts I have oc'd is the gpu and cpu. I haven't even touched the RAM because I'm not too savvy with that aspect of the computer...
I just don't know what it may be...and I forgot to mention this, but it was doing this after a while with the 9800gt before I swapped it out for the gts 250.

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If that was true, you would be dead within a day... Do you mean Fahrenheit?
Lmao...my bad, yes, I did mean Fahrenheit..
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I know how frustrating it can be. My PhII is very prone to doing that. On both the stock cooler and the thermalright xp-120, it would at random just black screen reboot. Only on water does it go away but it's probably because of me running the memory controller out of spec.

Shoot I thought I had it whooped-- it was 20-pass all RAM linpack stable at 3.8GHz and it still rebooted after a couple hours of folding.

My guess is one part of your computer is almost stable (duh? LOL). What I mean is that the automatic setting isn't always right. Sometimes to make a computer stable you have to key in memory timings and/or voltage, or it'll pick the wrong multiplier (like a brisbane system I fixed today that tried to run two pair of ram sticks at ddr2-800 when this particular system can't do that and maintain stability). My computer absolutely has to have all three of these-- timings, voltage, multiplier-- manually set to make it stable.

Or it could be something dumb. If that brisbane compy I mentioned is in a game and I start the laser printer in the next room, the power draw will put that computer into standby. Complete c3, fans off and all. Kicker of it is, the game will be exactly where it left off with no crashing or anything as soon as the power button is pushed, and it still happens when it's on its own battery backup.
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I know how frustrating it can be. My PhII is very prone to doing that. On both the stock cooler and the thermalright xp-120, it would at random just black screen reboot. Only on water does it go away but it's probably because of me running the memory controller out of spec.

Shoot I thought I had it whooped-- it was 20-pass all RAM linpack stable at 3.8GHz and it still rebooted after a couple hours of folding.

My guess is one part of your computer is almost stable (duh? LOL). What I mean is that the automatic setting isn't always right. Sometimes to make a computer stable you have to key in memory timings and/or voltage, or it'll pick the wrong multiplier (like a brisbane system I fixed today that tried to run two pair of ram sticks at ddr2-800 when this particular system can't do that and maintain stability). My computer absolutely has to have all three of these-- timings, voltage, multiplier-- manually set to make it stable.

Or it could be something dumb. If that brisbane compy I mentioned is in a game and I start the laser printer in the next room, the power draw will put that computer into standby. Complete c3, fans off and all. Kicker of it is, the game will be exactly where it left off with no crashing or anything as soon as the power button is pushed, and it still happens when it's on its own battery backup.
Ya, to be honest, the main reason I chose to get the H50 was to stop this probability of the system rebooting because of high temps on the cpu. However, it has continued to have this problem while gaming even though the temps have now gone down significantly--Coolmaster heatsink/fan had cpu around 50-60c; whereas, the H50 has kept it way below 35c.

As for the manual input of the RAM, how would I go about doing this?
Are there any posts, sites, etc. that you can direct me to that have clear, concise input? I know there is Google, but there is a plethora of information on this subject...

Thanks man.
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