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post #4491 of 8894
anyone getting a high t0 temp with hwinfo64 some times i get a totally random 150c-250c in max box ive never seen it that high and "if it really got that high bad stuff would happen"
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Originally Posted by ImmortaL72 View Post

One more question for you blitz. I noticed when i was benchmarking at the higher voltages that my chip would shut down cores to keep temps down. Are you on all 8 cores at those temps?

weird, i never noticed this, i only had too hot temperatures 1 time for now ,when my h100's pump have diead , but the whole PC have shut down

about the temperatures,on this board u have often 2 mesurements depending from ur monitoring tool(AiSuite,SIW,CoreTemp,HWinFo64,PCMeter,OCCT or RogConnect) refering to :
-Cpu Cores Temperatures (same temperatures on 8 cores and yes ....now...i use 8 cores biggrin.gif)
-Cpu Socket

i m used to Phenom and athlons and new to FXs, what i noticed for now with thoses CPUs is that the Cpu cores temperature are always doing up and downs and get more "linear" under full load, here core temperatures are always lower than cpu socket one:

-iddle :cores around 20°c and cpu socket around 35°c
-full charge max: cores around 45°c and cpu socket around 50°c (by full charge i mean after 1/2 hour CPU stress like OCCT with highest 24/7 OC settings)

Monitoring with rog connect seems to be top notch as values approach cpu socket ones (not exactly the same, dont ask me why) and they seem to be more credible than the core ones

imo u have a cooling problem....what is your CPU cooler?
80°c is way too much (especially if u tell u use low voltages) and having cores disabled by to much heat is the same: to me it s danger zone and after 65° u take a real risk to fry ur AMD chip wink.gif
Edited by UncleBlitz - 11/16/12 at 10:07am
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post #4493 of 8894
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anyone getting a high t0 temp with hwinfo64 some times i get a totally random 150c-250c in max box ive never seen it that high and "if it really got that high bad stuff would happen"


lol....imo if u had something @ thoses temps the pc had shut down
probably a wrong reading from the program
t0 = 28 °c here
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...tip for HWinfo from ROG forums thumb.gif
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post #4494 of 8894
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anyone getting a high t0 temp with hwinfo64 some times i get a totally random 150c-250c in max box ive never seen it that high and "if it really got that high bad stuff would happen"

happens to me if i use two programs that access the temps at the same time (ai suite + hw monitor, core temp etc) or i get -127 ai suite warnings when the signal gets screwed up...software calculations ya know

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Originally Posted by UncleBlitz View Post

80°c is way too much (especially if u tell u use low voltages) and having cores disabled by to much heat is the same: to me it s danger zone and after 65° u take a real risk to fry ur AMD chip wink.gif

agreed I run mine up to 65 sometimes well stress testing, try to keep it at 61...but you hit 90 and will shut down..will cause degradation of silicon over time
Edited by ryan w - 11/16/12 at 10:55pm
 
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I'm running CPU z and turbo v and prime 95. The voltage is higher under load due to llc being on. I do get warning errors for fans n other voltages but never the cpu
Same here, I just ended up disabling those monitors to save my brief heart atk's lol
Besides everything on my end is under liquid ...so no use stressing the occasional fan error.
What does annoy me though....is when using Ai or AMD OD (rarely use AMD OD sue to my nvidia gpus) I get random NB and SB errors stating "0.00 volts"
which I know damned well isn't true then the rig would have crashed.
 
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post #4496 of 8894
hello guys
I've asus crosshair V formula and i cant make some stable OC on phenom II 965. before crosshair V I had asus M2N SLI DELUX and a made easly OC to @3.6GHz. Can someone help me with settings in BIOS? I tryied with multiplier to set it on 18.5 but it's not stable.

Best wishes from poland
Michael
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Any more information you can give us?
Type of cooler and voltages are helpfull
Complete system specs would be a great start
 
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cooler- pentagram karakorum, I'm using CPU with the AC Diamond 7 paste
complete specyfication
PSU -Tagan 880W
GPU- GTX295
CPU- Phenom II 965 BE
memory- CORSAIR VENGEANCE 16GB 4x4GB 1600MHz CL9 1,5V
HDD SATA 1TB
MOBO ASUS Crosshair V formula

All is inside ATX BOX wchich is well aired with few coolers.
I use windows Vista it it's important. I overcloked CPu on this MOBO only with multiplier, with voltages I haven't done nothing.

Please tell me what i should set on BIOS to make stable OC. THX
post #4499 of 8894
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cooler- pentagram karakorum, I'm using CPU with the AC Diamond 7 paste
complete specyfication
PSU -Tagan 880W
GPU- GTX295
CPU- Phenom II 965 BE
memory- CORSAIR VENGEANCE 16GB 4x4GB 1600MHz CL9 1,5V
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MOBO ASUS Crosshair V formula
All is inside ATX BOX wchich is well aired with few coolers.
I use windows Vista it it's important. I overcloked CPu on this MOBO only with multiplier, with voltages I haven't done nothing.
Please tell me what i should set on BIOS to make stable OC. THX

Not a bad air cooler smile.gif
Try bumping the cpu-v up at 1st... start at around 1.4v-1.45v test for stability within windows (if you are using an old install of windows on the new board- this could cause instability as well)
Overclocking takes time....test cpu stability with the program of your choice(occt, prime95, intel burn in, ect) of approx and hour (some like to do it for longer). Once the tests passes and your
cpu "core" temps are within range, you may exit windows, go back into bios, and lower the cpu voltage a step or two. Repeat stress testing and lower the cpu voltage again (if still stable)
Continue to lower the cpu-v by 1-2 steps each run until your have "instability". Once you have lowered your voltage to the point of instability, raise the voltage by 1 notch and stress test the cpu
overnight while u sleep. If all if good when u wake up in the morning then your good... if not raise it up another notch. wink.gif

What worries me is that it seems as if you upgraded your mobo and just swapped your old hdd to it without wiping the drive for a new windows installation. This wouldn't be too bad of a thing
if both motherboards shared the same or even a similar chipset but they are completely different . The other factor (especially when overclocking) are your ram settings... You may have to loosen the ram timings or increase ram voltage a tad in order run all 4 sticks @ rated speeds.

Just remember that overclocking takes time and no two chips are alike.... we cannot say "use these settings and you will be stable" Your going to have to play with it .....ALOT....
there are several guides available on this site as well as google search documents; I suggest your read a few to get you started.
*Technically there's alot more to overclocking that this....but it should get you started*

Goodluck


**edit** If you can pm me your email address; Ill send over a copy of my old guide to get you started
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hey my friend
maybe my previous messages weren't so clear. of course I've been doing OC before so i know that it takes some time to make it stable.

Of course i format my old windows and made a fresh instalation after changing MOBO and Ram.

I Asked for already made recipe for that mobo and CPU. If it doesnt exists of course I'm gonna try, but there is still a question- what frequency should i achieve? before 3.7GHz wasnt stable, but as I know this Cpu can work stable over 4GHz. I think for me enought is 3.7-3.8GHz

So what voltage should I try? I dont want to burn my phenom

sorry for my english but I'm from Poland- country of idiots.
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