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Old 04-13-07, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default 3.49GHz 1.4000

Does this look right, or can I lower my voltage on the rest like FSB etc?

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Default Re: 3.49GHz 1.4000

k at 1.4000 it was not stable enough to pass Prime95 failed them when I tried to run it on both cores.

I clocked it to 3.26... Idle is 40c... Until someone can give me some advice I am just going back to stock I suppose.
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Default Re: 3.49GHz 1.4000

http://img407.imageshack.us/img407/2194/untitledvz4.jpg look alright. Couldn't get it stable without increasing the voltage. I suppose I could drop down to 3.0GHz and keep it at 1.2000.
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Default Re: 3.49GHz 1.4000

What are the temps at load? It might just be getting too hot when loaded as 40c idle is a little high..
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Old 04-14-07, 02:49 PM   #5
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Default Re: 3.49GHz 1.4000

heh before the cooler it use to be 45c idle at stock. O/Cing its 38c-40c idle. Temps with dual prime95 were 51-52c. I didn't dear try Intel's TAT thing that just heats the cores up hot as hell like no other. Xion told me it heats them up like no other program... So I just figured that no game which is pretty much all I do, or editing program could do that. With Vegas Video running and encoding a movie at 3.25GHz it got up to around 49c.
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Default Re: 3.49GHz 1.4000

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http://img407.imageshack.us/img407/2194/untitledvz4.jpg look alright. Couldn't get it stable without increasing the voltage. I suppose I could drop down to 3.0GHz and keep it at 1.2000.
For that FSB Id say your voltage is pretty good. 1.32V is nothing for these CPU's... you are even more than safe at 1.4V
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