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Hello Overclockers,
I want to squeeze just a little more from my Regor from 2.9 to maybe 3.3 or so, nothing..........like 3.9 or 4.8..lol. I started the fsb 5% increments in the bios and then ran Orthos stress for 30min and ok so far. I added another 5% and began stress test, I noticed the temps began to move gradually upward, in just 5 mins they went from 25c to 41c then I stopped procedure didnt want to fry anything. Is this normal?? Am I panicking to soon?
thanks, and any help is appreciated. I added some specs in the Usercp.

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Is the voltage on AUTO in the BIOS? If so it is perfectly normal for temps to increase that much because as you increase the FSB and the voltage will increase to maintain stability. Also, 41 C isn't too hot at all.
 
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Thanks mdatmo,
for reply. Yes, I left all voltage to auto. What would be a danger zone with temps during stress test?? thanks.
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post #4 of 7
If you keep it under the mid 50's (around 55 or lower) you will be fine for 24/7 use.
 
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You might want to remove that 1x1GB Corsair DIMM. Seriously, you may see a very nice and big real-world performance boost if you're running with 2 DIMMs and proper dual channel.
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You might want to remove that 1x1GB Corsair DIMM. Seriously, you may see a very nice and big real-world performance boost if you're running with 2 DIMMs and proper dual channel.
Ok, will do. Does that have something to do with the mismatch brands?

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Nope, has to do with dual channel (2 or 4 DIMMS, with each pair of two matching, is the best)
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