Originally Posted by joe7dust
If you watch the bottom it shows what test # you are on. It is just part of what happens after you select Small FFTs and hit OK.
10 minutes does not determine maximum temps. I only hit 83-84 the first time around, 2nd time around it hit 85 about half way thru. Is there a logging or graph feature on Real Temps or Everest? I want to run this overnight and see what the max temp was. Bios thermal shutdown is disable now but judging from the temps I've seen I doubt it will hit 90 overnight.
It does determine it, and that's why I recommend it. The temperatures level off after 5-10 minutes.
Real Temp always shows the highest temperature reached during the entire time it is open. It's closer to the bottom of Real Temp's window.
Originally Posted by GfhTattoo
arg ppl should warn you
1st off WATCH TEMPS. i dont like to go over 80 deg . 81
Do linx cpu stress, it stress cpu more, do like 20 runs @ max memory and problem size.
2nd Please fill out your user system , if you dont know some pc components CPUZ mite help you like bios versions,ram, ect...
There's nothing to worry about right now concerning the temperature because the overclock isn't that big and the voltage isn't that high. Plus, it isn't reaching the Tj. Max. Not only that, but I've already said that aftermarket cooling is basically required for overclocking. Additionally, I've already said that these temperatures are much higher than they should be for this overclock with this voltage while using the stock cooling.
Besides: I'm the only one helping him, so "other people" really means me here. So that's why I'm responding like this.
Let's be patient and take this one step at a time, ok? There's never a need to rush.
Finally: don't recommend LinX to somebody who already has high temperatures like this with a core voltage of 1.19V and a small overclock. He is getting roughly 85Â°C already with the Small FFTs test. LinX would cause it to reach the Tj. Max and therefore the entire system would just turn off. Yeah. That would piss anyone off.
And just because you don't like to allow your CPU to exceed 80Â°C, it doesn't mean that it's unsafe to do so, especially with 1.18V and a very tiny overclock (3.4GHz if I recall correctly).Edited by TwoCables - 9/29/10 at 12:59am