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So im have overclocked my 7750 BE and i was wondering if these temps look fine? i wondering cuse lots o ppl say they are idling alot higher from what i read. i pic below are temps while runing prime95 for 8hrs.

tell me what u think and if u have any tips post them aswell or if u think i can go a little further with overclock.
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my overclock temps at idle

def push it a bit harder
Edited by ~kRon1k~ - 1/23/11 at 1:30am
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post #3 of 13
Everything is looking good. These cpu's tend to have a max oc of around 3.2 Ghz so you might be approaching the chip's limit.
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Wait so 56 is the max you reached after Prime95? Then you can push your overclock. I wouldn't stop overclocking until you reach about 65C max.
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Here are my cpu speeds. they are running @ 3.129ghz

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at that voltage you may reach @3.3ghz stable as long as the temps dont go over 65c
YMMV
maybe i just have a golden kuma lol
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post #7 of 13
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ~kRon1k~ View Post
at that voltage you may reach @3.3ghz stable as long as the temps dont go over 65c
YMMV
maybe i just have a golden kuma lol

Core temps or CPU itself? and should i raise my multiplier more or my HTT
Edited by funkyslayer - 1/23/11 at 1:38am
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Core temps or CPU itself?
Whatever is highest. Don't let anything get higher than 65 on average.
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post #9 of 13
from my own experience, if the temp labeled 'CPU' stays below 80c and core temps stay below 65c those are ok... anything much higher than that will introduce instability

edit: i have had my 7750 at 80c full load with the stock cooler while gaming for hours on end before upgrading my cooling, which i will add made a big difference with the amount of overclock and temps. not to exceed 65c would be on the safe side though
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Quote:
Originally Posted by funkyslayer View Post
should i raise my multiplier more or my HTT
ive noticed kumas dont do well with higher htt
so use the multi to overclock if possible
maybe bump htt to 202-205
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