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well its weird. I turned off all the c states and speedstep and now its constantly running at 4.2ghz and usually sits around 34-37c on load. I have power phase and T probe on Extreme, I thought they might help. even though I got only a slight idea what they do, but not exactly.

I'm wondering if at those temps that running it to 4.5 or 4.6 or 4.8 is viable, I'm not sure what is a hot temp and what is not now on a 32nm chip. I'm coming from a e8400 than ran at 4.0 and idled at 37c on load. Like my friend has a i5-760 @ 4.0 and it idles at 39c on a H50, so this chip is def cooler running.

I'm curious, do these chips run better hotter than colder? I know that sounds like reverse thinking to me, but it seems to run better the hotter it gets, is that right?

EDIT: I stand corrected, when its idling at 4.2ghz with the cores at nearly 0% there around 28c to 32c max. is that right?
Edited by deathmage - 3/20/11 at 12:26am
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well its weird. I turned off all the c states and speedstep and now its constantly running at 4.2ghz and usually sits around 34-37c on load. I have power phase and T probe on Extreme, I thought they might help. even though I got only a slight idea what they do, but not exactly.

I'm wondering if at those temps that running it to 4.5 or 4.6 or 4.8 is viable, I'm not sure what is a hot temp and what is not now on a 32nm chip. I'm coming from a e8400 than ran at 4.0 and idled at 37c on load. Like my friend has a i5-760 @ 4.0 and it idles at 39c on a H50, so this chip is def cooler running.

I'm curious, do these chips run better hotter than colder? I know that sounds like reverse thinking to me, but it seems to run better the hotter it gets, is that right?

EDIT: I stand corrected, when its idling at 4.2ghz with the cores at nearly 0% there around 28c to 32c max. is that right?

max you should keep the i5 2500k is below 85C and that's not for 24/7 use. Under 75C is what a lot of the guys here do.

I'm at 66C at 4.8ghz 1.37v core 20 passes of linx all memory.
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hi.. is the diff between an asus sb vs a Pro model worth the diference? I heard that the pro has issues with SLI
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hi.. is the diff between an P67 asus sbtooth vs a Pro model worth the diference? I heard that the pro has issues with SLI
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got my system up and running finally. installing all updates and will attempt to OC later.
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Everytime I restart on p67p8 deluxe board, (1tb harddrive plugged into the marvell port(will change that later)) I always see a " No Physical Disk" on the booting screen but everything else works fine. Anyone know what that is about?

Also how does the clear cmos button the back panel work? Do I just shut the computer off then hold it for a bit and power back on?

thanksd
on the first page of this thread there is a FAQ and a guide on how to clear the CMOS...

here is the quote from the FAQ

"My computer tells me it can't detect a hard drive. What do I do?!"

"These motherboards have two/three hard drive controllers on them. You can disable the Marvell SATA controller in the EFI, if you're not using it (and it reports "No Hard Disk Detected!."
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hi.. is the diff between an asus sb vs a Pro model worth the diference? I heard that the pro has issues with SLI
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hi.. is the diff between an P67 asus sbtooth vs a Pro model worth the diference? I heard that the pro has issues with SLI
All of the ASUS Boards

Specs on the Sabertooth

2 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (single at x16 or dual at x8/x8 mode)
8+2 Power phase
http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...Zk9&templete=2

Looking at the price comparison. I would get a PRO if you want to save a few bucks and want to do SLI or Crossfire, or if you want to spend the same amount as a sabertooth I would get the P8P67 Deluxe from ASUS. The Deluxe is going to be a lot better for overclocking due to the 16+2 power phase.
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I have the Deluxe myself, and what exactly does the 16+2 power phase actual mean and do for Overclocking and how does T probe work as-well?
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Any good reason to update from 1204 to 1305?
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I have the Deluxe myself, and what exactly does the 16+2 power phase actual mean and do for Overclocking and how does T probe work as-well?
16+2 phase power is suppose to bring more power stability to the CPU, however, many think that their is virtually no difference between 12+2 and 16+2, or only to extreme overclocking with phase-change cooling. P8P67 Pro acheive very good overclocking with 12+2 and the Biostar TP67XE as well with only a 10 phase power. Most ppl will be limited by their cooling solution or their overclocking ability way before the 12+2 phase power in my opinion.
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