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Old 01-14-2007, 05:51 PM   #11 (permalink)
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on idle the cpu was 34 i think from memory... i did check the radiator and it was ok. quite cool. under load using orthos the temp was 46 -48. the power supply is 600watt thermaltake toughpower http://www.nzoczone.com/product_info...ducts_id=3083. this is were it was bought from.
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you may just have a lemon of a cpu then...
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thats actually what im thinking aye
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i would say reset the bios (turn off the computer, then turn the psu off and back on after 15 sec and boot up again), and stress test that. If it doesn't pass then you got a DOA and your going to have to figure out which component it is (although that brand of memory is not very fimiliar so that would be my first guess if it isn't stable at stock...use memtest95 to test it with 5 cycles). Then start over again with the overclock, if the system passes at stock.

Thats about all i can think of now.
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Will give that a go and see what happens.
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