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For a stock cooler is what we can do.

Now try doing more runs, 25.
If you get 25 done, run Prime95, some hours of Blend Test, that will test all the system stability. If you can to focus more on CPU testing, Large FFTs.

So this is it ? We wont be able to get like 1-2c off by tweaking something ?
If no then can I live with that ? I am fully aware that those temps wont be reached normally other then IBT, but still are we fine here ? No need to panic, yes ?

Ill set it for 25 then and report back soon with the screenie.
What Prime95 to get ? Is there 64 bit ? I remember googling it once but never downloaded it - looks like now I will. You will also need to instruct me on setting it up.

Whats Blend Test ? FFTs ? <-- Some black magic for me mate. Explain it to me please.
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Download prime95 and you will see what's Blend test and FFTs

For the temps, I will expect you to be on the 50+ to 60 during max normal usage and should be fine.

And we already tweaked enough I think, we are not sure it's stable yet.
    
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Download prime95 and you will see what's Blend test and FFTs

For the temps, I will expect you to be on the 50+ to 60 during max normal usage and should be fine.

And we already tweaked enough I think, we are not sure it's stable yet.
Lets assume that it turn to be unstable or temps might go up when doing those 25 tests... Shall I panic then ? Im really happy, excited and stressed right now... I was hoping to achieve at least 78-79 but well 80 should be fine under one condition: that it wont be more.

Think Im gonna go for a walk now. Vent my room a little bit and after I get back I do those test. Make some prayers before too lol...

Its not that Im not happy. Im satisfied a lot and I apericiate it, but I need to be sure that my hardware wont degrade and if Im trully safe. Sorry for this though... I alsways have to be assured like a little kid - I am aware this might be anoying but its how I am with stressing thing like this - hope you will be able to forgive me this
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No problem mate. I know how you feel. We can always lower the overclock Or buy a damn cooler. Hint Hint
    
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post #85 of 131
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No problem mate. I know how you feel. We can always lower the overclock Or buy a damn cooler. Hint Hint
That aint gonna happen yet and even if it would... You remember as I mentioned before if I have a problem of removing ram out its bank imagine how would I install new cpu cooling. I dont have anybody to install for me. But like I said or didnt said - I dont need hardcore overclocking - a mild with stock cooling will do. I just want to get maximum and stay safe with what I got.
I have one thing in mind. If this CPU can run 3.46GHz in Turbo Mode as I read in computers booklet then I assume 3.46GHz and stock cooling = that when I OC to around 3.3-3.4 I should be allright, right ?

The full story with my previous overclock is...

A friend of mine helped me, but then I wanted to dust computer and while doing it I thought to myself its about time to learn how to remove and install the stock cooling (I wanted to dust the damn thing by the way...) So I did removed it with a little bit struggle though, dusted it... Now the fun part starts when I tried to install it back. First I cleansed the dirt that was on it and on the CPU itself wich turned out to be thermal paste. I had a real fight trying to mount the cooler back and after I did it wasnt even done propperly and I didnt knew what to do. Turned comp on... Recieved a BSOD as a welcome. I got back to stock clock finding out that my idle temp is 55C... This was my nightmare and since then I promised myself that I will NEVER ever touch the god damn thing again. Sometimes I wake up in the nite screaming or having this dream about my new comp freezing when I play Unreal Tournament 3... I tried to imagine what would it be if I touch the stock cooler on my current computer. I rather drop dead then see this nightmare happening


BTW shall I uninstall OCCT ? After you suggesting me that Prime95 thing I suspect there will be no use for OCCT or will be ? I dont touch it anyway. Never passed it even with stock settings (everything on auto) and it scares me lol.
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post #86 of 131
OCCT is about the same as P95. Different but does the same thing.

Also yes, for 3.3/3.4 "should" be enough.

As for the installing/uninstalling cpu cooler, if you never try you never learn. But it's up to you.
    
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OCCT is about the same as P95. Different but does the same thing.

Also yes, for 3.3/3.4 "should" be enough.

As for the installing/uninstalling cpu cooler, if you never try you never learn. But it's up to you.
Ill uninstall it anyway - this is my policy with things I dont use anyway.
Ill stick to what you recomanded me. I fully trust you and will fully follow your advice.

I know that I wont learn by backing up from it, but well if there would be somebody next to me showing me exactly and teaching me step by step like you then eventualy I would probably learn, but I dont want to do it alone.

In general Im very resistant to knowledge in certain learning processes. In some cases I learn really fast in others really slow but eventually Ill get there. But with the stock cooling like I said - its not time yet and Im scared to even talk about it lol... So lets drop this subject unless you enjoy torturing me

Anyways next thing after the CPU will be my GPU - can I count on you with that too when the time comes ?

Also I would like to thankyou one more time (probably wont be the last) for everything you are doing for me, for being my friend and for spending your time togheter with me on this case. You have my eternal graditute and my friendship, mate.
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Im pretty sure we can sort out something for that GPU, if not someone in the forums will ^_^
    
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post #89 of 131
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Hello Im back again.
I did an attempt of 50 times to run at Intel Burn Test.
I vented my room and kept balcony opened (not entirely but enough to cool things down by like ~8 degrees)

Anyways test proved to be unstable though you gonna love temperatures mate

Have a look (this is achieved by venting the room and having the balcony opened while outside is like -9c):



Rotfl I guess we can compare this to like having an aftermarket cooling
Too bad its unstable though
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1.17 Vcore / 1.16 IMC, keep doing tests, everytime it fails Get the VCore up.
    
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