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Amazing!! Intel Core I5 760 3.92Ghz Low temp

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Wow! Since I got a stable overclock on my Intel Core I5 760, I finally got a very very nice temps on the CPU..........highest temp is only 68 *C with only fan cooling a Not so good CM V8......



Please tell me it's a good one for my oc
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Nice! What software are you using to stress test?
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Nice! What software are you using to stress test?
I'm using prime 95
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nice what voltage?
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I certainly wouldn't call that "amazing" but its a pretty decent OC. You really want to keep the i5 under 70c (72c is what Intel says is max if I recall correctly) so its fine. And it also depends on what you are using to stress. If your using prime 95 then it will be several degrees C under what LineX will stress it at. Also, whats your voltage? Obviously that is the biggest factor in temps when OC.

Again, the OC is decent but standard for that freq. Just be careful that it doesn't raise to much higher, especially on a hot day or something.
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yeah thats really quite good with a CMV8. Try adding fresh AS5, and letting it burn in. Always lowers my temps when it gets old
    
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I'm using prime 95
Cool!

IMO, LinX is a better tool. It will help you find your instability quicker. It'll also heat your processor up more.



I've found that 5 runs of LinX will get you where you need to be, or VERY VERY close.
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I have a rather cool running chip myself, a 4.0 with 1.376v I only see temps in the 60's with IBT, Prime is in the 50's


I will be putting a TRUE on it for forum wars, and get to see how it does on air.. But my loop is not anything super special, D5 pump, 240 rad, heatkiller.. Its about -10c better then high end air if my memory serves me right..
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nice what voltage?
VCore = 1.21V
IMC = 1.35
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VCore = 1.21V
IMC = 1.35
is that auto overclock?
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