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post #11 of 37
It really doesnt make any sense for the temp to be constant at idle and load, check your bios temps, and check them against a windows utility, speedfan is a very good temp monitoring program
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post #12 of 37
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Speedfan is quite confusing. Not sure how to actually change the fan speeds. Also, getting some thermal paste, hopefully tomorrow.
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post #13 of 37
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Speedfan is quite confusing. Not sure how to actually change the fan speeds. Also, getting some thermal paste, hopefully tomorrow.
You really should just adjust your fan speeds in your bios. If you want to overclock, just set those suckers to run at 100% all the time. A little more noise, but you need to keep sufficient air moving over your components. I just use Speedfan to monitor my temps.
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post #14 of 37
Speedfan can def be very confusing, I only worry about my CPU temp, too find this value with Speedfan just run P95 and watch the values, the CPU temp will go up the quickest and highest
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post #15 of 37
Yeah, 45-47C load or idle sounds like chipset temp.
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post #16 of 37
easy 2.4ghz overclock for that proc:
set a 166mhz divider on your ddr400 memory.
set FSB to 240
set Hypertransport multiplier to 4x (rather than 5x)
boot it up!
this requires no overvoltage and basically doesn't add much heat at all!
this is what i suggest you do, since you're on stock cooling.
this isn't a guarantee, but most X2 3800+'s o/c to 2.4ghz without any overvoltage, or effort!
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post #17 of 37
Iwish mine OCd to 2.4 with stock volts, but it doesnt, and before he OCs he really has to figure out his temps
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post #18 of 37
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Gah... Everything I try causes my rig to to lock up for about 10 seconds after I save to the CMOS, then it restarts with cleared CMOS.

Not sure why.
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post #19 of 37
thats def an OCing error, again run Speedfan and check your load temps, try incresing your CPU Vcore
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post #20 of 37
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No, it's weird. Even really small changes to the BIOS settings for Overclocking makes my CMOS reset... Maybe it's from the high idle temps?
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