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post #31 of 35
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Automatic overclocking usually relies on setting the voltage far higher than necessary. I'd suggest turning off the automatic overclocking and doing it manually, you'll get a better overclock and lower temperatures. You can also try turning off hyperthreading and turbo mode.
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post #32 of 35
guys i plz check out my thread n tell me the solution, i have posted everything you need to know abt my heat problem. plz check my prior reply for links.

all my voltage setting are on auto

@black patriot buddy my case cooling near perfect but still i have issue's with CPU temps.
Edited by crazy.wingman - 2/13/11 at 8:34pm
post #33 of 35
keep your case panels open n see if there is any change in temps, if yes then your case airflow might not so good.

an the exhaust's should be at low rpm than the intake fans.

in my case, iam still searching the needle in haystack
post #34 of 35
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all my voltage setting are on auto
That may be your problem, some motherboards will give more voltage than is needed for stability. Try manually setting the voltage for the CPU and see if that helps. If the system remains stable then try lowing the voltage until you get an unstable system, then just put it back up slightly. That should give you the best voltage for your clock speeds, and probably lower temperatures.
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post #35 of 35
made a huge improvement in load temps, reduced voltage now my chip runs 12*c cooler at full loads but no change in idle temps its still 43-44*c

CPU voltage 1.075V
CPU PLL voltage 1.80V

Cpu pll is at its least voltage.
any suggestions shud i lower cpu voltage more ?
Edited by crazy.wingman - 2/14/11 at 7:12pm
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