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are these bad temps, my cpu core temps are 0 due to unlocked cores, at the moment i have it overclocked at 3.84GHz using the Easy OC switch set to 20% its the phenom ii 555 (SIG rig). Also curious if its bad to oc by upping the fsb. in the picture im looking at TMPIN0 and TMPIN2, correct me if im looking at the wrong thing i figured that was my socket temps.


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Unlocking/overclocking is really something I don't recommend doing at all on that mobo.... especially with the tower cooling on. You risk a major disaster happening due to known VRM issues with MSI boards; this is a low-end 4+1 with no heatsink, and there's no VRM temp sensor, so I say keep it locked/stock to stay safe until you can get a new mobo.
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i put the easy oc switch back to default, still says its clocked at 3.84GHz though. Do i need to reset cmos?
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post #4 of 4
Easy OC switch!? That's worse... overclocking with automatic tools!? Always overclock manually, automatic tools screw things up more than provide benefit i.e. use too much voltage or too little
Go into the BIOS and "Load Optimized Defaults", no need to open up your rig to get default settings back
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