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I've been wanting to oc it a bit, and i don't know what i can safely run..or even if i want to...currently my temps are:

Case: 44 degrees C
CPU: 52 degrees C

and i know that's hot...so should i try waiting till i get a better fan for my cpu or would you guys suggest me pushing it a bit?


if you suggest a new fan, can you guys lead me in the right direction for a new Socket 462 AMD Fan?

And would it be worth investing into water cooling? i've thought about doing that too.
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How much airflow is getting int your case? ry taking the side pannel and seeing if that helps temps a bit.

As far as a good air cooler I highly recomend the Cooler Master Hyper6, although others will undoubetly be along to recomend the Tt Big typhoon.

As far as watercooling, that may be a little overkill for your system now, but the benifits are if you get a good setup now, you can use it later in a new computer if you should so decide to get one.
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That is pretty warm. When is the last time you chased the snow bunny's out of your computer, especially your PSU? If you are using a stock cooling solution, perhaps it will be time to clean and reapply some thermal grease (Artic Silver 5) Until you get those temps down don't push it at all. See how you can improve your temps with your current configuration, then if they are not where you want them look to a new heatsink/fan for your cpu. Make sure those fans are going at 100% too to see if that helps.
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post #4 of 19
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Im stock cooling, which is this little 60mm fan on the cpu, i have 3 80mm exhaust fans, and 2 80mm intake fans, and with the side panel off im running:

Case: 45
CPU: 48

So that helped the cpu. I figured i would need a new cpu fan, and i haven't changed the thermal grease since it was made haha...been a few years. I have no bunnies currently, since i just changed cases and changed out a burnt out fan on my psu, so its clean too. All my fans are running at a 100% as far as i know...is there a way to double check that? But i should be getting a new cpu fan and sink here soon...i saw a zalman online:

http://www.endpcnoise.com/cgi-bin/e/std/sku=7000B_AMD

i don't know how good that is, but i know it's at least a step up.

Thanks for the help so for guys.
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post #5 of 19
How fricken hot is it in your house? That just does not seem possible to have case temp of 45c with the side panel off. You should be around 30c. Where are you getting these temperatures from? In the bios, Speedfan, MBM5?

Either you can adjust your fan settings in your bios if the fans are connected to the motherboard, and if they are not connected they are running at 100%.

Sidenote: I have the 120mm version of that heatsink myself and I have absolutely no complaints. It would definitely be better then what you are currently running.
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Sweet on the fan.

uhm, haha, my house isn't that hot at all, 72 degrees or so, im getting the readings from MBM5..it says case: 44 degrees CPU: 48 degrees and sensor 3 degrees [all in celsius of course]


soo i dont even know haha. Then fans are not connected to the mobo...so they're at 100%.
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post #7 of 19
Those temps don't give you much room to OC with. Try upping your vcore to 1.7v and slowly increasing your fsb from 266 up to about 333 in 3-5 mhz increment's. Don't let your load temps go over 55C.

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That Zalman should work well.
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post #8 of 19
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Thanks for the advice but i don't think im going to touch my bios till i get my temps down, just to be safe.


sidenote: What are these steppings everyone are talking about? I saw it in wcpuid but i didn't know why some people had 1 on their steppings while i had zero.
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22000! Holy bokonkers! 8-l
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I would check the manufacturer site and google your motherboard to see if there is any known issues with that motherboard relating to it reporting incorrect temperatures. That just can not be correct, try using Speedfan first and see if it reports the same info. MBM5 can be buggy about motherboards at times. If Speedfan corellates with MBM5 then check into the incorrect temp thing.
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