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    Default Temp check for OC'ed AMD 6000+

    I just overclocked my AMD 6000+ 3.0 to 3.3Ghz @ 1.44v, 220 ref clock, 5x HT multi, 15x CPU multi
    M2N32 SLI Delux mobo

    seems stable been playing for about an hour but testing for about 2, only thing is my temp

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    CPU - 45 dec C, MoBo - 28 dec C

    gaming
    CPU - 58 deg, MoBo - 29 dec C

    not sure if these are high or not, I know before the OC I was idling somewhere around the 38 deg

    The performance gains I like, playing Americas Army 3 I went from ~22-34ms to 16-20ms

    only concern is my temp, should it be? any good Heat sink recomendations to possibly lower this?

    I also have 3 or more fans however Im not sure how I have them set up, I still have to check, cause I cant seem to control them.

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    those temps are ok, don't worry.

    the max for that chip is probably 64c-73c, and 58 is fine. you can probably put a different fan on there to lower it if you are worried.

    how hot did it get under full load?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psykl0n View Post
    those temps are ok, don't worry.

    the max for that chip is probably 64c-73c, and 58 is fine. you can probably put a different fan on there to lower it if you are worried.

    how hot did it get under full load?
    not sure what you have to be doing to have "full load" but I was playing my game for an hour and alt tabbed, thats when I seen the 58 deg. I didnt have any more time to play more, so by full load you mean time spent playing then Ill have to check that later, but this machine is really only built for this game no other real loads being applied.

    but it youre saying those temps are good, then Im happy

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    Just for the sake of asking If I was going to get a new heatsink, is the "Thermalright ultra 120" the one to go with? did some reading and thats the one most people recommended for the AMD chip.

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    Ya, the Thermalright Ultra 120 is a great cooler.

    By full load, I meant stress tested. Intelburntest is preferable, as it is the most disgusting, raunchy and hard program I've seen for CPU burning. In fact, using it should be illegal. If you're going to run it, make sure you maximize the stress aka RAM used by the program.

    If you can pass 10-20 passes of IBT, your system is rock solid stable. Watch the temps, though.

    Is 1.44 the lowest voltage you could manage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psykl0n View Post
    Ya, the Thermalright Ultra 120 is a great cooler.

    By full load, I meant stress tested. Intelburntest is preferable, as it is the most disgusting, raunchy and hard program I've seen for CPU burning. In fact, using it should be illegal. If you're going to run it, make sure you maximize the stress aka RAM used by the program.

    If you can pass 10-20 passes of IBT, your system is rock solid stable. Watch the temps, though.

    Is 1.44 the lowest voltage you could manage?
    Intelburntest, great I will run that.. its funny I set everything via BIOS and I set it to 1.40v but cpuz shows it at 1.44 not sure why.

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    CPU-Z is not very accurate. I was working on a few processors for something and it was showing 1.087V when the chip was at 1.525V, lol.
    Last edited by logan; 24-01-2010 at 19:46. Reason: awful grammar

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    Quote Originally Posted by psykl0n View Post
    CPU-Z is not very accurate. I was working on a few processors for something and it was showing 1.087V when the chip is at 1.525V, lol.
    yeah I kind of got that feeling, not sure what to trust lol

    anyways just ran that test at extreme, temps got high 63 deg but it said test was successfully completed however It didnt post any results.. besides time. still dont like that temp, its already fallen to 47.
    I wouldnt mind that heatsink.
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    CPU-Z is usually only accurate AFTER proper chip support has been added. Don't trust CPU-Z for voltage readings, but everything else is usually pretty good.

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    Ya, sorry. I forgot to mention that CPU is only inaccurate with vCore, and rest is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    Ya, sorry. I forgot to mention that CPU is only inaccurate with vCore, and rest is good.
    well thats what I kinda figured, everything else was just like I altered in the bios

    anyone know a good place to get the Ultra120? Ive found it for $99 cheapest

    I can get a used ThermalRight Ultra 120 for under $50, is it worth it? can something go wrong with this thing? I dont think so as long as it says in perfect condition right?
    Last edited by Doba; 25-01-2010 at 08:51.

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    AA2 Is so much better :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMiiXxX View Post
    AA2 Is so much better :P
    Neeeveeerrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    Ya, sorry. I forgot to mention that CPU is only inaccurate with vCore, and rest is good.
    One other problem is the graphics readout, mine insists that my card is at 300Mhz and 1126Mhz, off the mark by 575Mhz in terms of the core and 35Mhz for the memory.
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