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Wow .. how can you live with that high temperatures in the room? ..

But in some way they might, yes. Because the computer is sucking in the air that are surrounding it - and the hotter that air is - the hotter your PC will be.
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post #12 of 29
I have the same board and pretty much the same chip. Got it at 3.88 @ 1.28V w/max temp of 72 C idling at 36 C and my ambient is at 20-22 C. So I would say yeah, it's probably due to your ambient temps and not the board.
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Originally Posted by FreakaZoidDK;13107440 
Wow .. how can you live with that high temperatures in the room? ..

But in some way they might, yes. Because the computer is sucking in the air that are surrounding it - and the hotter that air is - the hotter your PC will be.

tongue.gif haha..well, i lived in tropical country..its either sunny or rainy biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by etherealconstruct;13107530 
I have the same board and pretty much the same chip. Got it at 3.88 @ 1.28V w/max temp of 72 C idling at 36 C and my ambient is at 20-22 C. So I would say yeah, it's probably due to your ambient temps.

but sir, u got nactua rolleyes.gif or does its performed just as my hyper212+??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by poyyiee;13107536 
tongue.gif haha..well, i lived in tropical country..its either sunny or rainy biggrin.gif

Haha .. Well .. can't argue with mother earth I suppose smile.gif .. I wouldn't like to have it THAT hot in my room .. its allways like 16-20 degress .. I like it cold biggrin.gif
But to sum up: It might have an affact on your Temps though .. smile.gif
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post #16 of 29
Well, I guess I'm saying it's probably not the board or the chip that are limiting you at this point. It's your load temp, which is high due to ambient temp. One way to solve that is to step up to a higher end heatsink.
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post #17 of 29
Get a better cooler, I ran my 750 at 4ghz with a max load of 58
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post #18 of 29
@ op"i had a 760 wich i ran @ 4ghz for daily use just make sure temps dont get to high i had mine @ 191 some were around there with a 21 multi the volts i used was 1.3 and it was stable also are you talking about the foxcon socket that people have been saying can burn your chip out and if so i think its at extreme oc's but 4ghz should be fine for 24/7 use i think the new p55 boards have lotes sockets!
post #19 of 29
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Quote:
Originally Posted by etherealconstruct;13107573 
Well, I guess I'm saying it's probably not the board or the chip that are limiting you at this point. It's your load temp, which is high due to ambient temp. One way to solve that is to step up to a higher end heatsink.

Ohh..ok,advise noted thumb.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by GIPrice;13107579 
Get a better cooler, I ran my 750 at 4ghz with a max load of 58

confused.gif 58c while runing prime/linpack? eek.gif wow, that awesome..or is it while running game? if for gaming, my max temp is 61-63c ( DA2, DOW2 n Bulletstorm)
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Originally Posted by megahurtz;13107635 
@ op"i had a 760 wich i ran @ 4ghz for daily use just make sure temps dont get to high i had mine @ 191 some were around there with a 21 multi the volts i used was 1.3 and it was stable also are you talking about the foxcon socket that people have been saying can burn your chip out and if so i think its at extreme oc's but 4ghz should be fine for 24/7 use i think the new p55 boards have lotes sockets!

Ohhh,i should be fine then cheers.gif but, like other said, major concern now is max temp frown.gif

at 3.6Ghz,
max temp:
linpack 25 loops = 75c
playing DA2,DOW2 = 62c
so, should i attempt 4Ghz ??? biggrin.gif
Edited by poyyiee - 4/13/11 at 3:50am
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post #20 of 29
well i had a zalman cnps 9900led wich kept it nice and cool!
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