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post #201 of 6633
over 66 degrees is perfectly fine for being under stress load.
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post #202 of 6633
I agree... I overclocked my i7 860 to 3,6GHz and I'm getting 72C under full load... Just keep it under 75C and you're good, I think
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post #203 of 6633
If anyone knows a good review ill happily post it or anything along those lines. (Got the source for the manual?)
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post #204 of 6633
Cooling my Phenom II 940, this thing gets about the same temperatures as my Scythe Mugen I. I maxed out at about 58C. It's an okay cooler, but in the end it is only a $20 cooler.
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post #205 of 6633
I got my AMD Phenom II X4 940 at 3.4ghz temps are 38c idle 56c under load this is at 1.3250volts. Way better than it was =)
post #206 of 6633
Is this thread is it dead or alive?

I bought one of these for my newest build. I haven't overclocked the AMD Quad 630 Propus cpu yet. I must say it was a PITA to install but I have a push/pull configuration using (1) Scythe S-Flex "F" and (1) "G" fan on it. I like the fact that they did away with those paper looking clips and replaced it with a fan attachment thingy. It makes life easier to exchange the 120mm fans. It's probably the best feature that I do like.
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post #207 of 6633
Quote:
Originally Posted by rogueblade View Post
Anyone else get this?


Right:


Wrong:


But when I tried to install my hyper212 facing left to right, I couldn't actually put those support bars in the "right" position. They simply couldn't open up enough without hitting the cooler itself to fit on my mobo (asus P6T). That's why I'm wondering if I should install it facing top to bottom so I can have those bars facing correctly. Right now I have it facing left to right with those bars in the "wrong" position. I'm surprised I haven't found anyone else with this problem or maybe I'm just doing it totally wrong? 0_o
Sorry to pump my own post guys but I'm really hoping to hear if anyone else has experienced this or can guide me as to Why I'm experiencing this.
Thanks
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post #208 of 6633
I have a Phenom II X4 965 CPU, the only way I could get my 212+ to attach to the motherboard was to place the above pictured item in the "wrong" position. So maybe for Intel CPUs it must go the "Right" way.
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post #209 of 6633
Well the instructions that I've highlighted in that image is for Intel. And yea it must go the "Right" way but mine can't (my point). I can only install it the "wrong" way according to the instructions
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post #210 of 6633
Well, if it works, and your temps are acceptable go with it.

"If it aint broke, don't fix it."
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