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I thought I'd share since this is a bit...insane.


Edited by Khaotik55 - 4/15/11 at 5:12pm
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I thought I'd share since this is a bit...insane.
Thats pretty hot, for how long did you had Prime95 running?
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Thats pretty hot, for how long did you had Prime95 running?
Less than 10 minutes(I think).
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Getting pretty warm, if you keep it going you should go get some marshmallows to toast up.
I don't know AMD cards well, does furmark actually work for testing stability on them?
    
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Getting pretty warm, if you keep it going you should go get some marshmallows to toast up.
I don't know AMD cards well, does furmark actually work for testing stability on them?
Well I've had my card lockup on me multiple times when I use FurMark after OC'ing too high, so I guess so.

Too bad Winter went away, it made me downclock everything.
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The GPU isn't as concerning as the CPU is.

CPU cooling
Some old Pentium 4 heatsink.


You're not seriously running a dated single core stock heatsink on an overclocked quad are you?
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Bad temps.. get rid of the cooler and get a better one seriously.
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The GPU isn't as concerning as the CPU is.

CPU cooling
Some old Pentium 4 heatsink.


You're not seriously running a dated single core stock heatsink on an overclocked quad are you?
I'm not even lying when I say this: it's better than the stock one, that's why I'm using it.

(I don't think it's a stock P4 cooler either, it's from CM and I just so happened to pull it off of a P4 system.) It looks pretty stock though.

http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/7804/imga0020h.jpg
Edited by Khaotik55 - 4/15/11 at 5:05pm
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Oh thank god. Still, don't think it's anything you should be overclocking with. You're without a doubt damaging your CPU at those temps. There are plenty of affordable coolers out that will help get your current clocks at reasonable temps. There are plenty more that you can pay a little more for and have more headroom if your chip allows.

Personally, I'm using the old Tuniq Tower. It keeps my e8500 pretty cool @ 4.2 GHz (3.16 stock). Heard plenty of good things about this Hyper 212 that is a nice middle of the road option:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103065

tldr; get those temps down immediately or you could find yourself CPU shopping in the near future.
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Oh thank god. Still, don't think it's anything you should be overclocking with. You're without a doubt damaging your CPU at those temps. There are plenty of affordable coolers out that will help get your current clocks at reasonable temps. There are plenty more that you can pay a little more for and have more headroom if your chip allows.

Personally, I'm using the old Tuniq Tower. It keeps my e8500 pretty cool @ 4.2 GHz (3.16 stock). Heard plenty of good things about this Hyper 212 that is a nice middle of the road option:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103065

tldr; get those temps down immediately or you could find yourself CPU shopping in the near future.
During the summer it runs about 50-75C idle/gaming. It only gets insane when I prime95.

Been running this same chip like this for about 2/3 years now, to be honest I don't think it's going anywhere.

Definitely the best processor I've ever bought in my life. Never would I have dreamed of buying a CPU that would last me 3 years before I start seeing crappy performance. (and being able to withstand extreme amounts of torture including but not limited to seeing 1.7volts/90C+ temps.)

Intel did a bang up job with this one. But it's reaching the end of it's faithful life.

/tear.

I'm going to run it at 2.4GHZ @1.3v the last few days of it's life as a thank you. LOL
Edited by Khaotik55 - 4/15/11 at 5:25pm
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