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reseating the cooler would be your solution watch a video or something on how to do that properly
    
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I have reseated it, and its now 81C max.
The Voltages are at 1.14 max But I have another problem now D:

My 8800 is complaining its not getting enough power, but I have tried plugging the cables back in multiple times.

I know this is not the place for it, but anyone got any Idea's? :|

To the other guy, yep I put some Antec thermal paste on and just reapplied some too.
    
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oh and this might help.

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PS: it has not had enough time to heat up, but I know it doesn't go much over 80 now.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by muneris;11795279 
I have reseated it, and its now 81C max.
The Voltages are at 1.14 max But I have another problem now D:

My 8800 is complaining its not getting enough power, but I have tried plugging the cables back in multiple times.

I know this is not the place for it, but anyone got any Idea's? :|

To the other guy, yep I put some Antec thermal paste on and just reapplied some too.

What do you mean "complaining its not getting enough power"?
    
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What do you mean "complaining its not getting enough power"?

I mean im getting the on screen message from the Nvidia driver saying there is not sufficient power getting to the card.

I got an Antec 850w psu. That's sufficient power imo
    
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I'm not trying to insult you in anyway but are you sure you know how to apply thermal paste? Its a lot tricker then most people think. It actually took me about 5 tries to actually get acceptable temps on my 930. Also, make sure you use rubbing alcohol to clean the CPU before reapplying thermal paste.
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Originally Posted by kschat;11795590 
I'm not trying to insult you in anyway but are you sure you know how to apply thermal paste? Its a lot tricker then most people think. It actually took me about 5 tries to actually get acceptable temps on my 930. Also, make sure you use rubbing alcohol to clean the CPU before reapplying thermal paste.

No offence taken.

Yeah iv done it multiple times smile.gif Admittedly there was too much on there the first time round, but I don't think the Heatsink and fan was sat right.

I REALLY wish they were the same as the q6600 stock cooler. You know, Screws intel!

But hey, they gotta save that extra bit wink.gif

Still running Prime95 and my Max temp is 82c

Just out of curiosity, with the built in "Cpu level up" does it change the Core voltage at all? The only thing I want to do with this chip is Oc but im still waiting for that damn cooler lmao.
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by muneris;11795713 
No offence taken.

Yeah iv done it multiple times smile.gif Admittedly there was too much on there the first time round, but I don't think the Heatsink and fan was sat right.

I REALLY wish they were the same as the q6600 stock cooler. You know, Screws intel!

But hey, they gotta save that extra bit wink.gif

Still running Prime95 and my Max temp is 82c

Just out of curiosity, with the built in "Cpu level up" does it change the Core voltage at all? The only thing I want to do with this chip is Oc but im still waiting for that damn cooler lmao.

Yes it does, I'm not sure how much though as I've never used it before. Honestly dont bother with software overclocking utilities, they are all pretty crappy and tend to make your system crash. Just stick to good old BIOS overclocking. thumb.gif
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why dont have windows 7
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Originally Posted by kschat;11795807 
Yes it does, I'm not sure how much though as I've never used it before. Honestly dont bother with software overclocking utilities, they are all pretty crappy and tend to make your system crash. Just stick to good old BIOS overclocking. thumb.gif

Was just curiosity because i'v always done it through the Bios.
    
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