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I'm also using a fairly small MATX case which limits airflow options, and also having a hot passive graphics card directly in front of the CPU fan I'm sure doesn't help! Also due to the layout of the board one of the sticks of RAM is directly under the CPU heatsink.

I see you've got 2 fans on your CPU. Having 2 fans in a push/pull config running at 1100rpm would obviously get you much lower temps than me. Also how many system fans have you got? All of these things no doubt make a big difference. I've only got one fan on my CPU and one system fan. I must get a bigger case - I would have plenty more room and could also run my CPU cooler with push/pull fans.
Yes, having a small MATX case doesn't really help on temps

Well on my HAF 932:

- Front 120mm fan on the HDD bays intaking
- Front 120mm fan on the DVD bays intaking (I modded case to install it )
- Side 220mm fan intaking
- Top 220mm fan exhausting
- Rear 2 fans exhausting from the H50's radiator.

You can see it here:



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I think that says it all then lol, 2 CPU fans and 6 system fans, its no wonder you're temps are so much better than mine. Certainly looks impressive, how loud is it? I think then that with one 12cm CPU fan and one 12cm system fan in an MATX case, my temps aren't that bad at all! As long as I'm well away from 60c and the system is quiet (and it is) then I'm happy.
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I think that says it all then lol, 2 CPU fans and 6 system fans, its no wonder you're temps are so much better than mine. Certainly looks impressive, how loud is it? I think then that with one 12cm CPU fan and one 12cm system fan in an MATX case, my temps aren't that bad at all! As long as I'm well away from 60c and the system is quiet (and it is) then I'm happy.
Well, none of them are loud.

The only loud ones are the rear fans, but I have them controlled with a Fan controller and I set them to like 80% speed and my whole pc is quiet
    
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When my system is under normal use I can barely hear it, its almost inaudible. My CPU and system fans spin at around 800rpm. This was my aim when putting it together, there is nothing more annoying than a PC that sounds like an airplane at take off.

I have just one more question, I asked it before but not sure I got an answer. If I need to increase the voltage for a CPUNB oc, what voltage is it? In my BIOS there is 'Northbridge Volt Control' and 'CPU NB Vid Control'.
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When my system is under normal use I can barely hear it, its almost inaudible. My CPU and system fans spin at around 800rpm. This was my aim when putting it together, there is nothing more annoying than a PC that sounds like an airplane at take off.

I have just one more question, I asked it before but not sure I got an answer. If I need to increase the voltage for a CPUNB oc, what voltage is it? In my BIOS there is 'Northbridge Volt Control' and 'CPU NB Vid Control'.
I can't help you on that one, I'm not 100% sure so i'll wait until someone else responds to that question.

If you want to increase your NB though (Mine's at 2200Mhz on stock voltage) you would need to increase de Northbridge Volt Control.
    
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Hi Headless Fansprings - thanks again for the advice. I'm not really interested in seeing how far I can push things. In fact the only reason I got a 1055T was because I couldn't afford a 1090T. When I got the 1055T all I wanted was to get the performance of a 1090T out of it, and I'm very happy with the performance with my current settings. The only thing I'll play around with now is the CPUNB and have a go at setting that to 2500mhz.

I had been running my CPU at 3500mhz at 1.3v. After my post last night I reduced the voltage to 1.26v and set Prime95 off, fully expecting a blue screen when I came downstairs this morning as I'd thought that surely wouldn't be enough voltage. To my surprise 12 hours later my PC was still plugging away with no errors and a max CPU temp 50c. Would I have any issues running 3.5ghz at such a low voltage?
Quite frankly, I know very little about the overclocking potential of your partcular motherboard. However, since I am yet to hear anything bad, I assume that you should be about the attain the 280 reference clock standard at a 14X multiplier setting, especially in light of your cool ambient temperatures. Answers to all of your questions follow:

The stock 125 W CPU voltage of 1.3 V provdes sufficient headroom to reach 3.78 GHz. Therefore, it is no surprise that you can reduce your voltage below stock for lower clocks.

The Akasa Venom cooler is really only marginally better than the AVC stock fan running at 7000 RPM (see review: http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/coo...ooler-review/2 with 5200 RPM stock fan). Your ambient temperatures in conjunction with a moderate overclock are, therefore, responsible for your reasonable temperatures at maximum load. Do not fear raising your temperatures to 60 C unless you wish to use your system for more than 5 years.

You can get the best of both options (overclocking at lower temperatures) by purchasing a Cooler Master Hyper 212+, which will protrude from your micro-ATX case. If you do not mind the aesthetic, the market is flooded with these at low prices.

Your final question regarding the CPU NB (Vid) voltage is moot. At an NB link setting of 2500 MHz, no additional voltage above 1.15 V should be necessary. However, beyond this level, it is recommended that you incrementally raise the voltage. 1.35 V should be adequate to achieve 2800 MHz.

I hope that I have addressed all of your questions.
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Hi Headless Fansprings - many thanks, yes that answers all questions.

About the review of the Akasa Venom, I do not understand how they can recommend the Akasa Nero S but not the Venom, seeing as how they found the performance to be almost identical. In actual fact, I do not believe this review at all because prior to getting the Venom last week I was actually using the Nero S, and I can assure you that temps dropped considerably after the switch. At idle with the Nero S I was on 38c, and idle with the Venom I was on 31c (at the time I had CPU at 3.6ghz 1.34v). Also, in terms of noise they are identical when under no load - almost silent. The only difference between the fans is the Nero S has a max rpm of 1600 while the Venom has a max rpm of 1900 - and at its full speed of 1600rpm I found the Nero S to be considerably louder than the Venom at 1600rpm.

Sometimes you can't believe everything you read on the internet

Oh and PS, both the Nero S and Venom are MUCH better than the stock cooler. No contest.

PPS - Thanks again to you and everyone else for the advice, it has all been invaluable.
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My junk was stable in prime95 for 8 hours at 1.5, but linx would crash me pretty quick. I'm interested to see if the same happens to you. That said, I don't really give a **** about linx because I've had no problems whatsoever at 1.5 doing anything but linx.
So I tried for about 45 min last night before I got too tired and decided to hit the sack.

It's like the CPU is stable at 4.0 and will run small FFT.

But no matter what voltages I feed the rest of the system, it won't run blend for more than about 45 seconds. One of the cores always drops and says hardware error.

I'm running Memtest86+ right now to ensure I haven't done anything bad to my RAM, and so far so good, but this sucks nonetheless.

I didn't want to run this chip at 4.0 for everyday use, but I did want to get it stable at that speed just to prove to myself that I could.

I really want to use it at 3.8 for long-term purposes.

Argh.
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Here are the settings that work for me using the F7 BIOS available for your motherboard.
Thanks saved all to notepad. Repped+

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Thats actually pretty good for the stock cooler.... Liek the others said though way to hot. Although nothing will get your CPU as hot a s prime will, so you are ok for normal useage, and even gaming. I ran mine for a bit with the stock HSF before I got my water loop up. @ 4Ghz it would hit almost 70C full load in prime, but playing crysis would only get up to like 45-50.

You will be good to go once you get a decent cooler
Uh the thing is actually lying out (yet to receive my cabinet). Expecting things to go downhill from there once my cabinet does arrive.

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Anyways I'm thinking of getting a 2nd hand Cooler Master TX3 with a 92mm CM Blademaster fan. Will that do?
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I have sold and shipped my 1055T.

So no longer an owner....but I'm still at the top of the list....lol
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