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Prime95 blend test
Time ?

BTW there is something like "Number of torture test threads to run: 8" shall I leave it that way or change anything here ?
Edited by Seban - 12/16/10 at 10:02am
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post #112 of 131
Run it some time, till temps reach the max value, 15 mins should be enough. Threads to run, 8
    
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post #113 of 131
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Ive put that on like 5 minutes and maximum temp is like 84C and I didnt seen that temp going beyond that and also I didnt left it for longer without consulting with you mate and I didnt wanted it to go wrong. I forgot to ask if its safe ?



Does this give you any clue on how are we ?
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post #114 of 131
Well as you can see, turbo mode gives you near 3 Ghz under full load and uses 1.208v to do it with Hyper Threading, that means we won't be ale to overclock with hyperthreading. Maybe we can run 160 BCLK ,20 multiplier with lower vcore and no hyperthreading.
As you can see with stock values you run into 84ºC, that what I meant with a bad cooler.
    
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post #115 of 131
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Well as you can see, turbo mode gives you near 3 Ghz under full load and uses 1.208v to do it with Hyper Threading, that means we won't be ale to overclock with hyperthreading. Maybe we can run 160 BCLK ,20 multiplier with lower vcore and no hyperthreading.
As you can see with stock values you run into 84ºC, that what I meant with a bad cooler.
Point taken.
But is that normal or even bad for stock cooling ? Other people with stock have the same thing or is it cooler ?

I also did additionl testing with OCCT a quick one though 6 minutes small data set and here is how it turned out:



You probobly noticed how I run this tests - not exactly how you told me too because at this point Im scared of breaking something up.
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post #116 of 131
It's normal that the stock cooler is that crap. Intel has gone cheap in the heatsinks.
    
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post #117 of 131
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It's normal that the stock cooler is that crap. Intel has gone cheap in the heatsinks.
Wich means my temps are also normal ? Crap but normal and no reason for panic ?
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post #118 of 131
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In my computer's booklet there was written that it can run in Turbo 3.46 GHz and I seen that clock before when I started app like xfire (3333 sometimes even 3444) being shown at similar programs to core temp and cpu-z but that was before I started messing with stock settings. Now I dont see it. And what stress tests are bumping it up to is 2.9 - did I broke something ?
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post #119 of 131
Here is how the turbo mode works for the 860.
[Intel Core i7 860]
Stock [2.80GHz]
4 Cores Active[2.93GHz]
3 Cores Active[2.93GHz]
2 Cores Active[3.33GHz]
1 Core Active[3.46GHz]
    
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post #120 of 131
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Here is how the turbo mode works for the 860.
[Intel Core i7 860]
Stock [2.80GHz]
4 Cores Active[2.93GHz]
3 Cores Active[2.93GHz]
2 Cores Active[3.33GHz]
1 Core Active[3.46GHz]
So I didnt broke anything, temps are normal for stock - Im just being paranoid ?
Edited by Seban - 12/16/10 at 11:52am
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