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Not for an H50. Have you tried to lower your Vcore a bit and then prime testing?
just did, i get BSOD not even a 2 mins in prime95 testing. what about settings for a lower OC? like if i wanted to do 3.6 or 3.8 ghz? id rather have a lower OC with lower temps than vice versa.

edit: ok i adjusted a few things for a 3.8ghz OC, idle temps are high 40s, i ran prime95 small fft and everything is stable, only my temps go from low 70s and gradually go up to the 80s...

edit #2: also wanted to point out that in default stock settings, my temps are high 30s low 40s, is the temp. change worth it to OC?
Edited by jadenx2 - 11/7/10 at 12:37pm
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Is your H50 stock? And did you ever take stock temps with the stock cooler? I wonder if you are having heat issues that you might need to RMA that chip. When did you buy it and is it possible to return it to get a replacement from the people that you got it from? If it is possible then ask them to cross ship it to you so that you don't have to have your computer down. Also remember that unless your folding, your cpu wont ever reach the temps that your getting in prime.
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yeah the H50 is stock. i never tested stock temps, no. i bought everything from newegg. maybe i need to reseat the cooler? i really dont want to go through RMA unless i really have to.
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Yeah try to reseat (make sure to remove the old thermal grease and reapply new grease). Also make sure that when you are putting thermal grease on that you don't use too much. If your using Arctic silver 5 then all you need to do is add a grain of rice sized amount to the center of the CPU and then use the H50 head to press it all together (making sure not to lift the head off of the cpu or air will get in there and that will insulate rather than conduct the heat away) and spread it. If you need any help with it just PM me and I'll give you a hand. Also You might look into getting 2 new fans and changing the fan out for them. Having them in a Push/Pull config with a shroud will give great temps.
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Im in a pickle for what memory i should pick for my P6X58X Premium

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104164

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104180

Plus i wanna know if the first memory is compatible i thought would since there's a similar memory but sets of 3x2gb. Or Should i take the 2000mhz route?
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Your best bet is to call Asus and ask them because if you don't then it might not be compatible. I am going through compatibility issues now with it. Another factor to think of is your processor since the i7's have a integrated memory controller on the processor. So depending on which I7 you have, you could or could not have issues. For instance the 980X's seems to have less memory issues since it has a stronger IMC (or at least I have heard). I would go with the 6 GB's before the 8 GB's since it's a tripple channel controller. It goes in multiples of 3.
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Im in a pickle for what memory i should pick for my P6X58X Premium

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104164

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820104180

Plus i wanna know if the first memory is compatible i thought would since there's a similar memory but sets of 3x2gb. Or Should i take the 2000mhz route?
X58 will run triple channel (the second one) it doesn't matter if its 2000mHz you can still run at 1600mHz fine. Will have a higher likeliness of compatibility. However check your CPU heatsink won't interfere with the height of the RAM coolers.




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just did, i get BSOD not even a 2 mins in prime95 testing. what about settings for a lower OC? like if i wanted to do 3.6 or 3.8 ghz? id rather have a lower OC with lower temps than vice versa.

edit: ok i adjusted a few things for a 3.8ghz OC, idle temps are high 40s, i ran prime95 small fft and everything is stable, only my temps go from low 70s and gradually go up to the 80s...

edit #2: also wanted to point out that in default stock settings, my temps are high 30s low 40s, is the temp. change worth it to OC?
3.8gHz OC should be around 70-75 degree on your H50 (it performs slightly worse off than high-end air). What is your vcore? Should be able to run 3.8gHz at 1.2v or under.

You could always turn off HT it will give you ~10degree cooler temperatures.
Edited by soulster - 11/7/10 at 7:38pm
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If I turn HT off will I get a significant decrease in performance?
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If I turn HT off will I get a significant decrease in performance?
It will depend on the application you're using. Some things yes, some no and a few you might get a small boost. Overall the only reason I would see for turning it off is if you can squeeze in an extra 200-300MHz with it off that you wouldn't be able to get with it on.
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anyway, most of u using auto multiplier(turbo mode on) after get stable or keep it turbo(mult x fsb ?) ??
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