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Is there something wrong with his temps or with mines? Because I got around 55º on mi CPU with a True push/pull configuration
He might have lower ambient temp. or better fans.
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Hey IOSEFINI - Thanks for your help so far. Just so I understand, should I change CPU/NB Freq to 2400 or even 3000? Right now I just have it set to Auto. Also you mentioned I should raise my CPU/NB Voltage to at least 1.30. Right now that is set to Auto and it shows 1.124 in the bios. I tried setting it to 1.30 and it turned red. Is that a safe voltage?
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He might have lower ambient temp. or better fans.
I thought my temps weren't all that great actually. I got as high as 52C according to Core Temp. I don't know how high it got with PC Probe although when I did some Prime testing, using Blend, it got to over 60C after 30 minutes. Which is the better temp program to use? I know that the thermal limit is 62C for the 1090T right? I am almost getting that high according to PC Probe.

Also I was mistaken earlier when I said that I had my CPU Volts set to 1.42. It's actually set to 1.40 in the bios...not too bad I think considering I got to 4.0!
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Hey IOSEFINI - Thanks for your help so far. Just so I understand, should I change CPU/NB Freq to 2400 or even 3000? Right now I just have it set to Auto. Also you mentioned I should raise my CPU/NB Voltage to at least 1.30. Right now that is set to Auto and it shows 1.124 in the bios. I tried setting it to 1.30 and it turned red. Is that a safe voltage?
Dont worry about that red thing, but watch your CPU temp.
Raising your CPU/NB clock will improve your comp. performance.
1.30V+ is for CPU/NB @ 3000. you can try like 2600, with less voltage of course.
Bumping both CPU & CPU/NB voltages will increase your your CPU temp( I hope that you know that)
Try lower your CPU volt. 1.35V with LLC Enable, so you can bump your CPU/NB volt.

EDIT. I thought that 52C is your CPU temp not Core temp. HIGH!!
Edited by IOSEFINI - 11/17/10 at 2:48pm
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Yes I know that my temps will raise with more voltages. I just never realised that I also needed to raise my CPU/NB clock (I am still learning the art of overclocking). As you said that may by why my PC has been freezing since I am running my RAM at 1600.
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Yes I know that my temps will raise with more voltages. I just never realised that I also needed to raise my CPU/NB clock (I am still learning the art of overclocking). As you said that may by why my PC has been freezing since I am running my RAM at 1600.
Most of the time, when I stress my Comp., low CPU/NB volt will freeze it.
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EDIT. I thought that 52C is your CPU temp not Core temp. HIGH!!
yeah I think I must have not applied MX-3 correctly. I think my temps should be much lower with my Hyper 212+. I am just going to go back to stock settings for now until I get a chance to re-seat the Hyper. I never had a cooler with direct contact heatpipes and there are those damn ridges/troughs between the pipes that make applying paste a nightmare, imho.

Anyway since I am going back to stock I should still have my CPU/NB Freq set to 2400 because of my RAM right? If I am just increasing the CPU/NB clock to 2400 will I still need to raise the CPU/NB volts?

Like I posted earlier...the freezing only happens shortly after turning on the PC in the morning. After the initial freeze it runs without any problems for the rest of the day. I thought it may have been a HD problem.
Edited by HotWasabiPeas - 11/17/10 at 3:03pm
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Madre de dios, I alright lets go, 3200 NB. What are you waiting for?

I am going to get that 4.3 on the noctua....

ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US!
Nah, 3200 is low for me. 3300+ and 7-7-7 for timings, if you want
Translate me that "ALL your base..." thing. Thanks
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yeah I think I must have not applied MX-3 correctly. I think my temps should be much lower with my Hyper 212+. I am just going to go back to stock settings for now until I get a chance to re-seat the Hyper. I never had a cooler with direct contact heatpipes and there are those damn ridges/troughs between the pipes that make applying paste a nightmare, imho.

Anyway since I am going back to stock I should still have my CPU/NB Freq set to 2400 because of my RAM right? If I am just increasing the CPU/NB clock to 2400 will I still need to raise the CPU/NB volts?

Like I posted earlier...the freezing only happens shortly after turning on the PC in the morning. After the initial freeze it runs without any problems for the rest of the day. I thought it may have been a HD problem.
Yes and yes for both Questions
Could be a HD (video card) problem too
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Ok well I reverted back to the default settings for now and I increased the CPU/NB clock to 2400 and my CPU/NB volts to 1.22.
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