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300w? Explain i dont get it i have a Kill-a-watt and my CPU at 4.2GHz only uses 121w in load
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300w? Explain i dont get it i have a Kill-a-watt and my CPU at 4.2GHz only uses 121w
300W TDP. Wait I am an ID10T! TDP is heat not actual power draw......

Do you have the 95w version? And what volts?
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I have a 125w sorry i did not explained my self right my system uses 203w idle and goes up to 324w when i am stress testing the CPU at 4.2GHz i am at 1.48750v
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well I found my issue, 2 of my sticks of ram are being a PITA. Now that I know what the issue is tho I can figure it out!
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Was this change on the extreme mother board ?
This is for the formula, but I do it with every board I get. take a look here:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...s-welcome.html
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This probably deserves its own thread but since some of ya are already mulling over power use I think I'll bring it up here...
The other day I added a 4" uv light powered via molex connection on Rail 1 of my HX1000.
Because of this some rearrangement of cabling was in order and I ended up using a different SATA pwr cable for my 2 raid 0 arrays(ssd+hdd).
When I powered on the pc, the power plug for the first HDD(2nd plug on the cable, the other 3 going to the 2 ssd's and remaining hdd).....ignited
I was within reach and my instinct was to grab below the plug and yank it from HDD. When I did this the plug for the other HDD briefly flared up as well before I was able to pull the a/c plug from the PSU.
Needless to say the first HDD's controller board is fried and I will replace it soon but my concern is that I really don't have any idea how this could happen with a brand new PSU and unblemished cable.
Anyone care to enlighten me? I'd really like to know how to avoid something like this in the future.
Thanks for your consideration.

here's a pic of the aftermath:

Edited by slimbrady - 10/27/10 at 11:19pm
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Anyone able to run with the 800 Ram setting? I think it's a bios issue because I can get in no matter what when I run that divider.
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This probably deserves its own thread but since some of ya are already mulling over power use I think I'll bring it up here...
The other day I added a 4" uv light powered via molex connection on Rail 1 of my HX1000.
Because of this some rearrangement of cabling was in order and I ended up using a different SATA pwr cable for my 2 raid 0 arrays(ssd+hdd).
When I powered on the pc, the power plug for the first HDD(2nd plug on the cable, the other 3 going to the 2 ssd's and remaining hdd).....ignited
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Needless to say the first HDD's controller board is fried and I will replace it soon but my concern is that I really don't have any idea how this could happen with a brand new PSU and unblemished cable.
Anyone care to enlighten me? I'd really like to know how to avoid something like this in the future.
Thanks for your consideration.
What a bummer!

UV lights have mini transformers stepping up the voltage like a flourescent light. My guess is that the light box is bad and let the high voltage seep back into the power cable, and is more than the SATA power connectors are designed to handle and whammy. Did you already have the PSU in service with those connectors on the HDDs?
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I have a serious question regarding "Golden Chips" and please refrain from giggling. Okay playing with the H50 mounting worked well. I was running full load at stock with a slight under-volting at 39c.

A golden perfectly binned chip would be one that is easily overclocked and requires no excess voltage; i.e. on a 125w 1090t 4.0GHz on 1.35v for example.

My question is, if you try and pump the regular amount of voltage i.e. 1.45v~1.50v for a 4.0 or higher overclock, on a golden chip would it generate more heat than a normal CPU or is it simply +voltage = +temperatures?

I am able to hit 3.80 GHz stable at 1.23v with a moderate temperature of 48~50c, but I can't hit 4.00 GHz at 1.45v~1.475v without a temp of 62c so I can't test stability. Infact, I can't even get 3.80 GHz stable above 1.35v without a temperature pushing 61/62c.

Unless ASUS probe is really off (I am going by readings, not what I have set in Bios, and I have LLC on.) These tests were done with CPUNB at around 1.20v, NB @ 2, HT @ 2, Memory @ 2 with the stock timings and 1.7v on DRAM.

I am just trying to ascertain why CPU is so hot, and I am running out of ideas.
Edited by RagingCain - 10/28/10 at 4:36am
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RAM has issues i can boot at 1550/1650 range if i try 1500 for better timmings it wont boot even at default timmings below 1550
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