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Old 14-10-2005, 03:25 AM   #57
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Butter's opteron 175 better than your X2 4400+ ?
but yeah dual core is different core altogether
we shall soon see doing a 24hr burn in with toast first. only 12 hrs to go

temps so far are around the same as x2.
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Old 14-10-2005, 03:50 AM   #58
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and the other 2 are going to my friends...
Am i your friend?
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Old 14-10-2005, 08:15 AM   #59
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man this is ridiculous... it's not even 100% stable at 2700mhz at 1.37vcore... isn't that REALLY ****???

and amazingly, it's 2970mhz 100% stable (well, at least stressCPU that is) at 1.64vcore...

TALK ABOUT VOLTAGE SCALING... still temps are MEGA STUFFED... the IHS is coming off for sure... (as in, after i get my 3rd chip from the next shipment and finalize which one to keep)

actually, something tells me contact REALLY is stuffed... even at 1.37vcore, 2600mhz, which is what i left it to burn in overnight still reached 42 degs...

i'm going to take off the block and check how the arctic silver has spread out (or if not at all)... to get an indicatio on the level of contact... if the contact is good, then i'm seirously doubting the quality of the IHS bond...

T_M - i mentioned my friends "paid me"... hehe... pay me $500 and you are definitely my friend

edit2: i think i'll leave it to burn in at 2952mhz, 1.61vcore today... seems to be a walk in the park for this chip... load temps are still 55 tho... hahah... i even sustained 2997 for a little while, but the nasty temperature made it fail. on the other hand, 1.64vcore allowed 3003mhz until around 57 before failing...

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Old 14-10-2005, 10:29 AM   #60
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Out of interest, do FX series chips run this hot? I mean, they're practically the same core...
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Old 14-10-2005, 10:58 AM   #61
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I would like to add to the opty frenzie, but Plus sent my 150 the slowest fn way possible. Maybe on Monday or Tuesday I can start to contribute. Cant wait to show off some Tasmanian temps.
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Old 14-10-2005, 11:15 AM   #62
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I would like to add to the opty frenzie, but Plus sent my 150 the slowest fn way possible. Maybe on Monday or Tuesday I can start to contribute. Cant wait to show off some Tasmanian temps.
DTA in action
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Old 14-10-2005, 12:09 PM   #63
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hehe yeah and with a BT, should be interesting.
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Old 14-10-2005, 12:10 PM   #64
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is that air ArcTan. if so that about right i'd say

what heatsink ?
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damn that is hot, what air cooling are you using?

I have had 2xtoast running on my 175 now @ stock for over 12 hrs and temps are at 42C under load, has never gone over. idle was 32C. using BT.
It was hitting 57 during prime when I got up earlier
room temp has increased a bit I think

Primed overnight for 10+ hours small FFT's fine
2600MHz with default vcore

edit: I'm pretty sure it's heat limiting me
at 1.45v it could run stresscpu/occt for a while before my temps got too hot and windows shutdown

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