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post #21 of 34
that thing was super long, I didn't read it all, but I tried.

I have hard drive sitting inside a hard drive cage, sandwiched together, and they don't break 32c.
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I'm assuming it would help the disk last longer, but i may be wrong. Can't read your PDF at work
post #23 of 34
what's the stock voltage for a 955? the OP's voltage of 1.38v at 4.1ghz seems low to me. even strong 555s that i've had required 1.45-1.46v to be stable at 4.1ghz.
post #24 of 34
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that thing was super long, I didn't read it all, but I tried.
Hehe, this picture sums it up pretty well. Although, according to this one a temperature between 40 and 45 makes hdds fail on their third year. It's still better than 25-35 when compared with the first 2 years.
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Hard drives now are made to handle 30-45 ºC as best optimal temperature range. Below 30 ºC the failure rates of hard drives increase, having them at 15ºC have more than double failure rates than at 50ºC.
    
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Hmm, but even then i don't want my hdd's to run in the 40's when there's just a low rpm fan needed.
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post #27 of 34
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what's the stock voltage for a 955? the OP's voltage of 1.38v at 4.1ghz seems low to me. even strong 555s that i've had required 1.45-1.46v to be stable at 4.1ghz.
I posted this earlier in this thread:


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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.
I'm not stable at 4.1GHz. Only two cores remain stable past 4 hours. I am completely stable at 4.0GHz. I'm going to have to raise my voltage beyond 1.392 in order to get to 4.1GHz.
post #28 of 34
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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.
Mine ones run at 31-34*C because they are not so far from a fan. HDD runs at about 40*C if there is no fan nearby.

The ambient temp. cannot be 20-21*C. Temp. inside PC case is much higher than in your room. Maybe if your room temp is 14-16*C I donno.
post #29 of 34
I didnt say you lied, not at all. I believe that what youre sayin
You dont need to prove it.

But something is wrong there. Probably the ASUS mobo reads the sensors in a different way than other mobos, I donno. You just said your ambient temp. was 25...27*C. I donno how you measure it, but ok. Look at the program screen. It says the mobo temp. min-max: 21...26*C. That is lower than the ambient. Believe me, it cannot be even close to that. Mobo is a serious heat source, it dissipates about 75W, it cannot get off with cheap 1-2*C difference. I mean: if it would be warmer with few *C than ambient, that still would be false value, obviously.

I think ASUS mobo substracts from temperatures, intentionally, I donno the reason, Im just guessing. Other mobos show much higher (14-17*C more) temperatures. Strange.
post #30 of 34
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Hehe, this picture sums it up pretty well. Although, according to this one a temperature between 40 and 45 makes hdds fail on their third year. It's still better than 25-35 when compared with the first 2 years.
Whoaaa...is that true? Should I switch my HDD fan off? Is 40*C better than 30*C ?
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