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Hi everyone, I am new to here as well as to OC.
I just bought a new rig as follow,

AMD Phenom II 1090T
Asus Corsair Formula IV Mobo
Dominator (2GB x 4) Dual Channel DDR3 Memory Kit (TW3X2G1600C9D)
OCZ SSD 60GB x 2
Sapphire Toxic 6850 Graphics Card
HAF 932 AMD Edition Casing
H70 CPU Cooler

I oc the cpu to 4.0Ghz, settings as below,
CPU Ratio - 20.0
FSB - 200
CPU Voltage 1.375

All other settings is in AUTO mode.
H70 setup as push/pull method (intake air).

I use Probe II and HWMonitor to monitor the temperature,
CPU temp
Idle - 36c~39c
Load - 58c~61c (tested with Prime95 Blend/FFT Method)

NB temp
Idle - 38c~42c
Load - 48c~52c (tested with Prime95 Blend/FFT Method)

Top of my casing has a big fan setup as exhaust, pulling air out from inside of the casing.
Ambient temp is ard 30c~32c.
Is the CPU/NB temp normal?

I have reseated the H70 few times, everytime gives me the same temp reading, I have applied MX-2 thermal paste as well, but see no improvement.

FYI, if I on my a/c and allow the ambient temp to reach ard 25c, my CPU temp on load will never go over 55c, NB stays ard 44c~45c.

The reason I don't on a/c is bcos I would like to test how well it will goes as is summer now in Australia and I am bringing this rig back there and my room over there has no a/c to be use.

Anyone here got any ideas what can be done?
Thanks.
post #2 of 6
Those temps aren't too bad just keep it below 62c and you'll be fine. If you have tried re-seating already (assuming you're doing it right) then the only thing that you could do is switch out the fans on the H70 for some better fans like 2 Gentle Typhoons.
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might wanna try something like 220x19 or 230x18.

Might yield better results
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might wanna try something like 220x19 or 230x18.

Might yield better results
Yea, you can also try messing around with your multi/fsb in an attempt to get your voltage down. From my experience it won't help much but you might be able to get it down a bit and every bit counts.
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Those temps aren't too bad just keep it below 62c and you'll be fine. If you have tried re-seating already (assuming you're doing it right) then the only thing that you could do is switch out the fans on the H70 for some better fans like 2 Gentle Typhoons.
I had switched the stock fan to SickleFlow 120 2000 RPM. But i dont think is a big change.
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Ok, I'll try to mess ard with FSB and the voltage, hopefully brings down a bit.
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