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- Wednesday, April 8th, 2009 Like Share






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AlvinTek Nov 13, 09
Thats mean SE1366 and SE2 is the same zink but just the mounting bracket on SE2 is offering LGA1156 socket?
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Zertz Nov 13, 09
quote AlvinTek
Thats mean SE1366 and SE2 is the same zink but just the mounting bracket on SE2 is offering LGA1156 socket?
That's correct
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AlvinTek Nov 16, 09
Thank you all, finally fit in the case. Good cooling. Maintain 23C for idle time.
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hiigaran Nov 16, 09
remember that the idle temps arent anywhere near as important as your load temps. you can check how high your temps go by downloading stress prime. it will basically stress your cpu, making it do work and heat up. give it 5 to 10 minutes, and youll have your load temps.
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AlvinTek Nov 17, 09
How to stress the cpu while able to monitoring the temps? Any good tools to recommend? I wish to know how well spedo and noctua air flow to cool down the components inside the case.
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Zertz Nov 17, 09
Prime95 -> Stresses the processor/memory
RealTemp -> Monitors temperatures
CPU-Z -> Monitors clock speeds

Google will get you a download link
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AlvinTek Nov 17, 09
Using the Prime95 to perform torture/stress testing while writing this reply. Its been running for 30 minutes of 100% load. Result from my components temp is as below:

CPU Temp: Avg 56C, Max 58C
GPU Temp: 48C

Is it 30 minutes too short for the test? I expect it will increase till 70+C

Please delete the post above. Sorry that I mess up the link.

This is the correct one:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v620/SubZer0_WolF/stresstest.jpg

This message was merged with other messages by The Slayer (moderator)
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hiigaran Nov 17, 09
yeah theyre normal temperatures. theyre not the coldest, but theyre fine.

you overclocking?
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AlvinTek Nov 17, 09
Can considered not as not OC yet. But I did tweak my cpu to perform 2.9GHz rather than 2.8Ghz. 2% increase only.

Is good to be fine. Satisfied with it. ^ ^
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hiigaran Nov 17, 09
was that with a voltage increase though? because if you dont increase the voltage, you dont increase the heat. on those temperatures, you should be able to hit at least 3.1 ghz, maybe 3.0. it all depends on the cpu you have. were going off topic here, but if you ever need help with overclocking, you can make a thread about it and we would be more than happy to help you.
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AlvinTek Nov 18, 09
quote hiigaran
was that with a voltage increase though? because if you dont increase the voltage, you dont increase the heat. on those temperatures, you should be able to hit at least 3.1 ghz, maybe 3.0. it all depends on the cpu you have. were going off topic here, but if you ever need help with overclocking, you can make a thread about it and we would be more than happy to help you.
Voltage has been increased a bit but is done on using Asus Vturbo, not manually in bios. My cpu is the midrange i7 860 2.8GHz while mobo is Asus p7p55 EVO.

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hiigaran Nov 18, 09
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Voltage has been increased a bit but is done on using Asus Vturbo, not manually in bios. My cpu is the midrange i7 860 2.8GHz while mobo is Asus p7p55 EVO.
ahh, a socket 1156 processor huh? do you know if it uses a foxconn socket for the CPU? if not, then go ahead and overclock further, this time with the BIOS. it is better to do it through here.

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Zertz Nov 18, 09
quote hiigaran
if you dont increase the voltage, you dont increase the heat
Not entirely true, voltage does make a major difference, but frequency also plays a role.

Anyways, if you take time to learn and overclock by yourself, you should be able to hit 3.8 GHz without much trouble. I constantly hit above 4 GHz on mine.
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hiigaran Nov 18, 09
on computers ive overclocked, changing the stock frequency to the highest possible on stock voltages resulted in a negligible temperature change, which is why youre practically staying at the same temperature. at least in my experience. ive yet to overclock an AM3, 1366 or 1156 processor.
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Zertz Nov 18, 09
You're entirely right in saying it doesn't have large effect! I'll run some numbers at a set voltage and post results, sounds good?
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