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I will have to look into that gc-2 paste newegg here i come. Just reseated with as5. if i get the other stuff will reseat with that but i will see how this goes as it cures. right now on idle im at 30c. hoping it goes a little lower.
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You could be losing around 10C from those terrible thermal pastes. Use GELID Extreme GC-2, it goes for $10 a tube and it took away 18C from the stock intel heatsink by just using the new paste. That's it.
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I will have to look into that gc-2 paste newegg here i come. Just reseated with as5. if i get the other stuff will reseat with that but i will see how this goes as it cures. right now on idle im at 30c. hoping it goes a little lower.
Ah yes, Lostintyme already told me but I totally forgot about it because it isn't available for me. I hope it works out for ya nontheless
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You could be losing around 10C from those terrible thermal pastes. Use GELID Extreme GC-2, it goes for $10 a tube and it took away 18C from the stock intel heatsink by just using the new paste. That's it.
10C from going from AS5 to GC-2 ? I don't think so. Maybe 5C at most.
Using GC-Extreme it is around 6C at most.

AS5 is still an OK paste, not the best, and it takes way too long to cure, but I have never seen the temps get better with time anyway.
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I just finished my review of the fxe, let me know what you guys think:

http://hardwaredoken.com/blog/?p=157
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I just finished my review of the fxe, let me know what you guys think:

http://hardwaredoken.com/blog/?p=157
Very decent review, I really enjoyed the quality photo's

Wondering why you find the board a mediocre overclocker tho. Is that in comparison to other board brands, price/capability or just in general? Just askin because I'm pretty hyped they can reach anything near or sometimes even above 300HTT.

Just a small thing but, Imo it would be easier to let the CPU-Z links open in new window instead of the current page
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Very decent review, I really enjoyed the quality photo's

Wondering why you find the board a mediocre overclocker tho. Is that in comparison to other board brands, price/capability or just in general? Just askin because I'm pretty hyped they can reach anything near or sometimes even above 300HTT.

Just a small thing but, Imo it would be easier to let the CPU-Z links open in new window instead of the current page

Well, compared to other high end boards from different brands, the HTT overclocking on this board is quite mediocre.
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Very decent review, I really enjoyed the quality photo's

Wondering why you find the board a mediocre overclocker tho. Is that in comparison to other board brands, price/capability or just in general? Just askin because I'm pretty hyped they can reach anything near or sometimes even above 300HTT.

Just a small thing but, Imo it would be easier to let the CPU-Z links open in new window instead of the current page
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Well, compared to other high end boards from different brands, the HTT overclocking on this board is quite mediocre.
Compared to other boards, this one hit a wall much sooner. I spent about 2 hours trying to get higher than that 4.06GHz, but that was the best i could do. The board simply did not want to go any higher.

Something like a UD5, or CHIV would have allowed me to get much higher clocks.

Also, thanks for the compliments. I tried pretty hard on those pictures.
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Are there hidden bios options? Im trying to OC my 555BE but I cannot find the options to change the multiplier, only the frequency. Also I cannot find the CPU-NB frequency either.

My board is the TA890GXE.
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It's under custom p-states
Ah there it is!

You sir are an amazing person. Thanks!
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