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Edited by O.CModderz - 12/21/10 at 1:56am
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Originally Posted by aravi_992;11724282 
are your temps with no overclock around the same burning levels?
They are about 25-30*C idle, 55-60*C full load
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Originally Posted by O.CModderz;11724325 
They are about 25-30*C idle, 55-60*C full load

i say re apply thermal paste. those stock temps seem normal but those load temps are bit too much. on my xiggy red scorpion i get 38 idle 80 load thats on linpack which is way stronger than prime. do a resit while applying a nice thin layer of paste. use arctic silver 5 for the compound. its what i use and i get pretty decent results
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When you reset cmos and load optimized defaults what is your default vcore?

I am going to say that judging from you stock temps your default voltage is very low, probably in the 1.1 range...

I would suggest disabling CState, SpeedStep, set your cpu vcore & VTT to .05 above your default voltage, make sure your VTT is within .50 of your DIMM voltage (if your ram is 1.65 make sure your VTT is no lower then 1.15) this has been reported to cause issues if the voltage gap between DIMM & VTT is more than .50v.

With your voltages set .05v above default start working you clock up 10 at a time and test... See how fast your temps rise that way. You may not need so much voltage for that clock...

I am just assuming that you have a very low default voltage and will require less voltage to OC than some. I dont know how it is all calibrated when they build these cpu's. But the longer I have been playing with them the more I realize that low default voltage (or VID) seems to also mean hotter running cpu's.
This theory goes back to 65nm (Q6600 Batch #L737B) and I saw it alot with the Q9550's..

Just a theory tho...
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Wat speed are the fans running at?
Make sure the fan at the back of the cooler runs the same RPM at least as the front one, preferably slightly higher (but difficult to adjust of you dont have something like a fan controller).
Otherwise hot air will build up in the cooler.

When you take the CPU cooler out, is there a nice evenly spread smudge of paste on the IHS?
If your method is good, then you can clearly see if the surfaces are making good contact.

If not: you could try lapping your CPU of CPU and cooler.
But the warranty on your CPU goes away (what's the right word here? :$ ) when you do that, so keep that in mind.
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Originally Posted by O.CModderz;11724142 
Thanks for the tip, I just reseated the cooler and no luck........
@Korlus/0mar32 The CPU fan was on all the time and I even added another 2000 RPM fan to the cooler which makes it 2( pic coming soon)

"UPDATE"
-I just refreshed the CMOS and here's the update
VCore 1.25
IMC 1.32
Multi x20
Bus 190
C-State Enabled
SpeedStep Enabled
Virtualization Disabled
^^^^^^^
makes = 3.8Ghz

40-42*C idle and80-90*C Full load(Prime95)
It's pretty hot:clock: here.........about 28-32*C room temp:eek:


HOLY! 32C in doors?!?!

It's -10C out side where i am! and about 14C in doors D:
    
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post #17 of 27
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Originally Posted by BKsMassive;11725148 
HOLY! 32C in doors?!?!

It's -10C out side where i am! and about 14C in doors D:

haha, I live in SEA ( not Seattle ) so it's quite :gunner2:hot here...... all year around and like 20*C at night
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by SandersAce;11725139 
Wat speed are the fans running at?
Make sure the fan at the back of the cooler runs the same RPM at least as the front one, preferably slightly higher (but difficult to adjust of you dont have something like a fan controller).
Otherwise hot air will build up in the cooler.

When you take the CPU cooler out, is there a nice evenly spread smudge of paste on the IHS?
If your method is good, then you can clearly see if the surfaces are making good contact.

If not: you could try lapping your CPU of CPU and cooler.
But the warranty on your CPU goes away (what's the right word here? :$ ) when you do that, so keep that in mind.

Actually, I took the default fan from the V8 and swap it with a 2000 RPM one so the back one has a controller ( at full speed )

Well, when i took the HS off the CPU, it's very.very even so i think no much of a prob there:D

Anyways, thanks for the tip biggrin.gif;)
post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by 10acjed;11724885 
When you reset cmos and load optimized defaults what is your default vcore?

I am going to say that judging from you stock temps your default voltage is very low, probably in the 1.1 range...

I would suggest disabling CState, SpeedStep, set your cpu vcore & VTT to .05 above your default voltage, make sure your VTT is within .50 of your DIMM voltage (if your ram is 1.65 make sure your VTT is no lower then 1.15) this has been reported to cause issues if the voltage gap between DIMM & VTT is more than .50v.

With your voltages set .05v above default start working you clock up 10 at a time and test... See how fast your temps rise that way. You may not need so much voltage for that clock...

I am just assuming that you have a very low default voltage and will require less voltage to OC than some. I dont know how it is all calibrated when they build these cpu's. But the longer I have been playing with them the more I realize that low default voltage (or VID) seems to also mean hotter running cpu's.
This theory goes back to 65nm (Q6600 Batch #L737B) and I saw it alot with the Q9550's..

Just a theory tho...

Thanks for the tip, will try it later:D
post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by aravi_992;11724595 
i say re apply thermal paste. those stock temps seem normal but those load temps are bit too much. on my xiggy red scorpion i get 38 idle 80 load thats on linpack which is way stronger than prime. do a resit while applying a nice thin layer of paste. use arctic silver 5 for the compound. its what i use and i get pretty decent results

Thanks 4 the tip, I already have the paste applied correctly and no luck, but is there any difference between Artic Silver's and Cooler Master's thermal paste?
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