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It won't change your 100% load temps much if at all. Idle and average use temps is where the power savings stuff really shows.



Very true. Decent and much better than stock cooling can be had at a fairly reasonable price. Especially in terms of % of the whole system price.



The most recomended low price cooler has to be the Coolermaster Hyper 212+ http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-065-_-Product

For about the same price I picked up a Corsair A70 for my i5. It could use a fan upgrade but for the price I wouldn't hesitate to recomend it. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=Corsair%20A70

The Scythe Mugen 2 Rev. B is an excellent cooler for the price and can often be found on sale for around $33 or so. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185142 in fact Newegg has an Open Box one now for $26.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2E16835185142R but the shipping on it makes it only a few dollars less than the new one with free shipping.
Hey Sizzle thx for the tips. Think I'll go for the A70....comes with dual fans so only slightly more than the 212 plus a second fan and the copper pipes look a little meatier. Only bummer is I have done the build and I see installing these requires taking the mobo out to installl the backplate......oh well, live and learn.

Thanks again,

Dave M
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Hey Sizzle thx for the tips. Think I'll go for the A70....comes with dual fans so only slightly more than the 212 plus a second fan and the copper pipes look a little meatier. Only bummer is I have done the build and I see installing these requires taking the mobo out to installl the backplate......oh well, live and learn.

Thanks again,

Dave M
No problem. You might not have to take out the motherboard depending on your case. If the motherboard tray has a cutout you won't need to. Just as a side note the A70 has a nice mounting system that makes it fairly painless.
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Hi guys i managed to ever clock my pc to 3.6Ghz without running prime or burn in so i decided to go for 4.1Ghz with some bios settings that someone posted somewhere on this site i ran burn in for lyk 15 mins on max cpu and no erros where reported, i ran prime 95 and after about 10 -15 mins and i got the Bsod, i was having trouble overclocking before so i formatted my hdd cos its a new so i then re installed windows again pc all i got on there is cpuz, burn in, real temp 360, and my, i have XMS3 6GB DDR3 1600 memory i have a noctua nh d14 on my i7 950, is it a case of upping volts etc ?

Can anyone help me!!
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what is the BSOD error you're getting?
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The error msg is somthing like this http://img22.imageshack.us/i/1001367v.jpg/ im not sure what is causing it.
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Try increasing the core voltage a bit. If it's not working, try lowering your memory timings.
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If increasing vcore does not help you could try upping the ioh one notch smb would be harddives.
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hello everyone, i have asus p6x58d premium and core i7-950 and KHX2000C9AD3T1FK3/6GX


first i put xmp profile 1 ( 2000mhz ) and mobo read 1,7v!!! for QPI automatically and 9-10-9-27-98 1T !!!

qpi 1,7 V?? its not safe, am i right?

i tried to low qpi but system will not boot under 1,55v for qpi!!??


is these all mean that i cant reach 2000 mhz on this mobo without so high qpi??



p.s. i sucesfully reached 2000 mhz 7-10-7-25-82 1T with 1,55v for qpi!
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hello everyone, i have asus p6x58d premium and core i7-950 and KHX2000C9AD3T1FK3/6GX


first i put xmp profile 1 ( 2000mhz ) and mobo read 1,7v!!! for QPI automatically and 9-10-9-27-98 1T !!!

qpi 1,7 V?? its not safe, am i right?

i tried to low qpi but system will not boot under 1,55v for qpi!!??


is these all mean that i cant reach 2000 mhz on this mobo without so high qpi??



p.s. i sucesfully reached 2000 mhz 7-10-7-25-82 1T with 1,55v for qpi!
I hadn't a single clue what that model number referred to, so I Googled it and found it on the Egg: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...AD3T1FK3%2f6GX
That should help people to help you.
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yes thats my model of ram like this in test:

http://www.benchzone.com/page.php?al...9AD3T1FK3&pg=2



but.... why mobo read xmp profile 2000 mhz with qpi 1,7 v??


i flashed my bios with the newest version and i cant reach system stability with ram on 2000 mhz without 1,6-1,7 v qpi??

why?? how can i set it on 2000 mhz and reach stability with lower qpi?
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