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Old 10-03-2007, 02:18 PM   #21 (permalink)
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For now I'm happy with 3.4GHz 1.37 volt with temps low 30's idle and mid to high 40's load.

I might push for 3.6GHz later.
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Also, nelson, are you running 2 sets of orthos? You have to run it twice to get full load and to see full temps. At 3.6 i cant get core 4 stable no matter how much voltage i push through it, but meh, it doesnt crash on me in games.
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Old 10-03-2007, 08:46 PM   #23 (permalink)
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No, I've only been running Orthos in one instance on Large FFTs. I'll run it twice and see what happens.
Didn't even hit me that it only stresses two cores.

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Still not bad with two instances running. Maybe 2-3 degrees increase.
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dont you to have to wait a good amount of time to actually see the load temperature? if your still on test 1, chances are temperatures might rise
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I'm sure you do. I never said you didn't. Even so, not a lot of applications/games go beyond that demand. I play wow, BF2, and Crysis beta and the temps don't go above 45. That's all that matters to me, not if I completely stress the CPU out because I never will.
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