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Old 21-10-2009, 08:27 PM   #1
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Question DFI DK P45 T2RS Plus @4Ghz

Greetings!


I'm fairly new to all this overclocking stuff, but I'm starting to get the hang of it. A few days ago I managed to get 4 GHz out of my pc, but I think the voltages used are a little bit high.
This is my setup:

E8200 @ 8x500 MHz vcore : 1.42V (cpuz, under load) (cooled by a Mugen 2)
DFI DK P45 T2RS Plus : vnb : 1.4V (1.39 windows). vtt : 1.26V (1.24V windows)
Team Xtreem Dark 1066 CL5 @ 500 MHz, 5-5-5-12, 2.1V
EVGA GTX 260 Core216 55nm SC (evga has some crazy names )
WD6400AAKS + WD1001FALS
Enermax Modu+ 525W to power them all up

The temperatures for the CPU are ok. But the diodes may be all messed up. I have fairly the same temperatures in idle, with the CPU @ 3.2 GHz or with it @ 4 GHz.
It idles at about 40C with a max of 58C when prime-ing.

The NB is very hot for this board, but I have a fan blowing over it so it maxes out at about 47C.

Are these temperatures and voltages safe for a 24/7 working rig?

Thanks!
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Old 21-10-2009, 09:04 PM   #2
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Hi Stefun I moved your post as the other thread was about i7/x58 DFI board.

Unfortunately never used E8200 cpu so not sure if those voltages are normal for cpu. NB temps under 60-70C are usual IIRC but that was on X38/X48/P35 as I never used P45. For oc'ing under 55C NB temps so should be fine.
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Old 21-10-2009, 09:34 PM   #3
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Thanks for moving it.

Well, is that a safe voltage for a 45nm chip? I know it will degrade over time, but to what extent and over what period of time
I know I want a lot, but if I would know that a year from now, it would need 0.05V more to be stable, well, that's fine with me
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Old 21-10-2009, 10:16 PM   #4
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Well it is high compared to my E8600 which 4ghz only needs ~1.2-1.25v IIRC. Hard to say really to be honest - might as well sell the cpu and try to get a better clocker hehe.
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