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I dont know what other 965 owners would say but i dont think your temps are too bad. What fans are you using and have you replaced the tim?

What size of memory are you setting LinX to use?
Memory: 772

The temps don't look too bad but it's not hot in my room so I can't imagine when summer is here :/

It might also be HD5970 tho, it's too warm card, and noisy... Not sure if Im happy about the buy :/ Maybe should've stayed with 5850 toxic.
    
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Memory: 772

The temps don't look too bad but it's not hot in my room so I can't imagine when summer is here :/

It might also be HD5970 tho, it's too warm card, and noisy... Not sure if Im happy about the buy :/ Maybe should've stayed with 5850 toxic.
What fans are you using and have you replaced the stock tim?

Try setting LinX to use like 2 or 3GB of Ram, thats what i use.

Also, hows the 5970 going?
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What fans are you using and have you replaced the stock tim?

Try setting LinX to use like 2 or 3GB of Ram, thats what i use.

Also, hows the 5970 going?
Im using it like this:

< Corsair fan < Rad < Xigmatek 120mm @ 1500rpm with led

The temps seem to be fine now, don't ask me why, but now it doesn't reach 50ºc on BC2 anymore, I have it @ 3,9Ghz with 1,36v and it seems fine.

About the 5970, I was dissapointed about the noise, but hey, I had a HD5850 Toxic before, that one is a dead card, makes 0 noise I expected that, so I can't really be sad, the card behaves awesome.

The games that gained most performance were:

Dirt2: HD5850 Toxic I had 50-60fps HIGHEST settings including AAx8, with HD5970 AAx8 and ultra settings aswell, 75-90fps 1920x1080 .


Just Cause 2 demo: HD5850 I had like 40-50 and with 5970 I've never seen it go below 95fps.

ON Bad Company 2 I haven't seen a great change, sometimes it can be 100fps but sometimes it can be @ 60fps same as my old 5850 Toxic, I don't know if it's supposed to be like that tho.
    
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Hey guys. Has anyone lapped there H50. If you did what did you use to lap it with? Thanks for any help
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Hey guys. Has anyone lapped there H50. If you did what did you use to lap it with? Thanks for any help
I lapped it shortly after I got it. Here is a pic: http://img197.imageshack.us/i/cimg1246v.jpg/.

I was lazy and got one of these lapping kits from FrozenCPU: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/28...pping_Kit.html.

You can probably put the same thing together for several dollars cheaper at your local hardware store. It's what I'll do the next time I attempt to lap something.
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Do you have your pump connected to the motherboard or to the PSU? If you have it connected to the motherboard it might be throttling the pump. Connect it to the PSU.

Also, make sure the block is not too tight or too loose. You sure the backplate is in place correctly, maybe it's not applying pressure evenly.
OK...I wound up getting a molex to connect the pump to my PSU. Also, I turned the "unleash" mode (the mode that, according to BIOS, "unleashes the full computing power of my processor") off. I'm using PC Wizard 2010 to monitor my temps/voltages, and right now (with a non-OC'd 965), it says my CPU temp is 44C. However, it ALSO shows all four temps of the CPU CORES, and the CORES' temps are 32.5C. Which temp is the REAL temp I should be worrying about? Also, I checked the block and it's not too tight OR too loose (by my standards). Each screw is firm, but can still be easily tightened or loosened. The backplate is secure as well. Any thoughts?
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OK...I wound up getting a molex to connect the pump to my PSU. Also, I turned the "unleash" mode (the mode that, according to BIOS, "unleashes the full computing power of my processor") off. I'm using PC Wizard 2010 to monitor my temps/voltages, and right now (with a non-OC'd 965), it says my CPU temp is 44C. However, it ALSO shows all four temps of the CPU CORES, and the CORES' temps are 32.5C. Which temp is the REAL temp I should be worrying about? Also, I checked the block and it's not too tight OR too loose (by my standards). Each screw is firm, but can still be easily tightened or loosened. The backplate is secure as well. Any thoughts?
can you download core temp and give us a screenshot?
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I just swapped out my 25mm scythe push fan for an ultrakaze3k and i only have a 1C difference
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I just swapped out my 25mm scythe push fan for an ultrakaze3k and i only have a 1C difference
I wouldn't expect much more. Flows just a bit more, maybe even worse static pressure. If you would have swapped it out for a 38mm fan then you should have expected a little more.

Why don't you get another kaze and put them in push and pull config? That'll shave a few degrees off.
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can you download core temp and give us a screenshot?
here's the screen from core temp...
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