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i overclocked my i5-750 last nyt

1.26v
19x180= 3.42
1.21vtt
pll-auto
pch-auto

turbo off, c1e off and forgot the called but its off as well.. i ran intelburn test last nyt, 30 standard and i passed it then 40 high and i passed it too. i also ran 50times in lynx and 8 hrs on prime blend. they also passed. but today i ran intelburn test on high with 40 runs, it failed me.. im running linx for 50times right now and it should be done within a few minutes.
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From what i understand, IBT is designed to generate more heat from an Intel cpu.
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The "high" setting on IBT is pretty intense. That might be why it didn't pass when you switched from "standard."

What are your temps like on the different stress tests? The IBT "high" should produce you the highest temps.
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The "high" setting on IBT is pretty intense. That might be why it didn't pass when you switched from "standard."

What are your temps like on the different stress tests? The IBT "high" should produce you the highest temps.
standard and high had almost the same temps, they were like 55-60 up and down..
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Those are good temps actually so heat shouldn't be a problem. What program are you monitoring your temps with?
post #6 of 8
there isn't really much of a stress difference with standard and high, just uses more ram.

plus when you stress you should be using maximum anyway.
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realtemp, linx just passed for 50 times right now. i might wanna stick to my setting until i got bsod or something. i might run prime95 again probable tom when i come back from work to check if its stable or not..
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realtemp, linx just passed for 50 times right now. i might wanna stick to my setting until i got bsod or something. i might run prime95 again probable tom when i come back from work to check if its stable or not..
Indeed. I would just use the computer; gaming, surfing, etc. If you encounter problems doing that then I'd say the OC is unstable and needs adjustment.
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