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Fats_43 09-17-07 11:33 AM

E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
How's this OC look?
Asus P5K DDR667 Corsair/Kingston
430x7 3.01ghz vcore @ 1.36v
Ram @ 860 2.05v 5-5-5-15

Temps seem ok I have been testing for an hr in Orthos, I hope it's stable I really want to run this @ 3ghz.

Core temp says 50-55 full load. That's too hot? think I should try to lower vcore even more? Any suggestions?

I know shot says Orthos at 11 mins but It's ran for 1hr+ so far and CPU-z reads Vcore wrong it seems.

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/1249/ocspecsfd1.jpg

Rozollio 09-17-07 12:37 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Fats_43
How's this OC look?
Asus P5K DDR667 Corsair/Kingston
430x7 3.01ghz vcore @ 1.36v
Ram @ 860 2.05v 5-5-5-15

Temps seem ok I have been testing for an hr in Orthos, I hope it's stable I really want to run this @ 3ghz.

Core temp says 50-55 full load. That's too hot? think I should try to lower vcore even more? Any suggestions?

I know shot says Orthos at 11 mins but It's ran for 1hr+ so far and CPU-z reads Vcore wrong it seems.

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/1249/ocspecsfd1.jpg



I noticed you are running CPU and Ram Blend. Thats not what you want to run when testing your CPU for stability as it will not stress it hard enough.

Change Orthos to run small fft's which is specifically designed to stress the CPU and keep an eye on those temps as they will get hotter then what you are getting right now.

Fats_43 09-17-07 12:42 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
ok thx testing now on small fft's

Rozollio 09-17-07 12:45 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Fats_43
ok thx testing now on small fft's


Cool, just keep a sharp eye on the cpu temps.

Fats_43 09-17-07 03:08 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
Actually I am trying to reduce that heat, it's running @ 58c under Orthos CPU stress 1hr in, @ 1.36v That's with the room temp freakin freezing lol

I just want it cool @ 3ghz so it has some longevity.

If I try to lower the V Core anymore Orthos crashes after about 15mins of testing

I want temps of 45-50 max under full load, just don't see it being possible with this cooler.

XDanger 09-26-07 02:49 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
1.36v does sound a tad high but I doubt lowering would have made much a difference anyway.
Change yer cooler. TRUE, Or be the guinea pig http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?im...&ct=image&cd=2
with that Rosewill thing :)

edit:Just noticed the age of this thread

Fats_43 09-29-07 04:57 PM

Re: E6300 @ 3ghz on air advice.
 
lapping the CPU and changing to AS5 dropped it 10c. :)


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