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Temps look good...i have the same cooler just with a second blade master in pull and my idle temps are 21c and using occt for 8hrs temps never passed 30c.
How did you wire your pull fan to the push fan? Did it make a good difference?
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I haven't changed my multi. My chip is overclocked purely by the FSB.

here you go. all you need to know.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1632835
What is your CPU/NB @ freq. and volts?

Temps?

That's a nice OC mate, can you go higher stable?
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I just built a system with a 955 be C3 and ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO and so far I am at 3.8 ghz at 1.36V and my highest temps in prime/IBT are 41C. I am running a Hyper 212+ Push/pull Yate Loon SH fans. I would post screen shots but I am at work. NB at 2400 and in auto. Push and Pull fans stay at 100% (The only way I run my CPU Fans)
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Haha, no, my Ambient is at 25*C while at idle, and 27*c while at full load.
Sorry to say, but your temperature values seem funny. Something isnt good. Environment temperatures are ok, but look at the others!

Processor minimum: 24*C
Motherboard min: 21*C

Whoaaa, your 3.9G overclocked processor cools the environment. You dont need A/C in your room !

Same goes to the motherboard. Its temperature can be lower than the environment. It cools the air!

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Lucky you I get 55-56c with 1.38v.
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Lucky you I get 55-56c with 1.38v.
That is high! My friend has a 965BE that gets him 44C with one push fan, so I don't think that my CPU is "special" or anything. I did redo my thermal paste and it helped my reducing the temp about 3C. What is your ambient temp?
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That is high! My friend has a 965BE that gets him 44C with one push fan, so I don't think that my CPU is "special" or anything. I did redo my thermal paste and it helped my reducing the temp about 3C. What is your ambient temp?
Nope, those are the correct values. In my previous commment, I tried to show that your temperature values are not possible. Probably that program "CPUID Hardware Monitor" substracts some celsiuses, or bugged, or I donno. Try something else (Aida64 for example) to check the sensor values.
How does cooling system work: a propeller blows the air thru the fins, that air cools the processor down. That air always colder than the processor. If the processor were colder than the air, then the processor would cool the air! That is totally impossible, nonsense. The processor never cools the environment, even in idle stage! Your PC is not an air-conditioner.

Inside the PC case the air temperature is about 10*C higher than your room temperature. Its because, so many electric parts are just radiate heat continously. The PSU(40*C), memory modules(about 50*C), hard disks(40*), north-bridge chip(60*C), south-bridge, mobo c-mos voltage regulators(70-80*C) (you can see beautiful metal-blue painted heatsinks and heatpipes on your motherboard for reason), CPU, graphics card(GPU)...so many heat sources, they keep the temperature higher than your room temperature, inside your PC case.
The realistic temperature for a motherboard is about 34-45*C. If any program shows motherboard temperature and/or CPU(idle) temperature is same or even lower(!) than room temperature (20-24*C), that program is crappy. Both temperatures are higher at least with 10-15*C than your room temperature, they are not even near (1-2*C) to the room temp.

For comparison, just imagine that your processor+GPU+other stuffs can easily drain 500W (you have a 750W Corsair PSU) or even more energy and dissipate that away, as heat. That is serious heat, you can buy a 800W tourist steam-iron, or your microwave in the kitchen is about 700-800W at max.

Sorry if I was long a bit, but something is wrong with your values. Not your fault but one of those programs shows stupid unreal values. The gtsteviiee guy is right 35-40*C idle CPU and 52-55*C 100% loaded CPU are correct (Phenom 955BE with 3.8GHz overclocking), depending on your cooling system.
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Nope, those are the correct values. In my previous commment, I tried to show that your temperature values are not possible. Probably that program "CPUID Hardware Monitor" substracts some celsiuses, or bugged, or I donno. Try something else (Aida64 for example) to check the sensor values.
How does cooling system work: a propeller blows the air thru the fins, that air cools the processor down. That air always colder than the processor. If the processor were colder than the air, then the processor would cool the air! That is totally impossible, nonsense. The processor never cools the environment, even in idle stage! Your PC is not an air-conditioner.

Inside the PC case the air temperature is about 10*C higher than your room temperature. Its because, so many electric parts are just radiate heat continously. The PSU(40*C), memory modules(about 50*C), hard disks(40*), north-bridge chip(60*C), south-bridge, mobo c-mos voltage regulators(70-80*C) (you can see beautiful metal-blue painted heatsinks and heatpipes on your motherboard for reason), CPU, graphics card(GPU)...so many heat sources, they keep the temperature higher than your room temperature, inside your PC case.
The realistic temperature for a motherboard is about 34-45*C. If any program shows motherboard temperature and/or CPU(idle) temperature is same or even lower(!) than room temperature (20-24*C), that program is crappy. Both temperatures are higher at least with 10-15*C than your room temperature, they are not even near (1-2*C) to the room temp.

For comparison, just imagine that your processor+GPU+other stuffs can easily drain 500W (you have a 750W Corsair PSU) or even more energy and dissipate that away, as heat. That is serious heat, you can buy a 800W tourist steam-iron, or your microwave in the kitchen is about 700-800W at max.

Sorry if I was long a bit, but something is wrong with your values. Not your fault but one of those programs shows stupid unreal values. The gtsteviiee guy is right 35-40*C idle CPU and 52-55*C 100% loaded CPU are correct (Phenom 955BE with 3.8GHz overclocking), depending on your cooling system.
I will exhaust myself in explaining why you are not correct about the program in question this evening (after work).

As for my temps, which I am either lying about, or the programs I use to monitor my temps are "crappy," I can assure you, my setup does an excellent job at idling my processor at 29 - 30C. Unless, of course, the bios hardware monitor is not correct, along with AMD Overdrive, Asus's AI Suite and the HWMonitor that is "crappy." I'm probably going to make a video of everything tonight just to provide proof of my setup, which is relatively inexpensive.

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The realistic temperature for a motherboard is about 34-45*C. If any program shows motherboard temperature and/or CPU(idle) temperature is same or even lower(!) than room temperature (20-24*C), that program is crappy.
25 - 27C ambient is approximately equivalent to 77 - 81F. My room temp varies between 67F and 70F, about 20C. You are saying that it is not possible for my ambient temperature to be any lower than: 34C, 93F. If that is the case, it is completely impossible for my ambient temps to be:

25 - 27C Ambient, 77 - 81F

As for the CPU temp, why are my numbers not possible? Have others not experienced 41 - 44C temps under load? My voltage is at 1.392 and I'm running at 4.1GHz (Not completely stable). When I made this post, I was running at the same voltage, but completely stable at 4.0GHz, same temps. Over the past week, my average CPU temp, under load, has been 43-44C. That is about 109 - 111F.

Video will be up later tonight.
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hard disks(40*)
If your hdd's run at 40°C you need some airflow ...

Mine run 24° (ambient 20-21°C) on load and at ambient temp. when idle.
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