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My OC results so far. what do you think?

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My hardware can be found in my sig.

Another night of prime went well with 18 hours of stable testing. here is where i stand now:

 

CPU 245x11 @ 1.50v x 110%

RAM 1:1 @ 3.3v and 2-2-2-5

Temps: 34C idle 46-47C load

 

i think ill stop here now and wait till i get some active cooling for the rams b4 i proceed as i still havent reached my goal of 255 fsb.

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i think ill stop here now and wait till i get some active cooling for the rams b4 i proceed as i still havent reached my goal of 255 fsb

A wise move! Those BH-5 does certainly get very hot...

 

If you by 18 hours mean Prime continiously running for at least half of the time, yes you've got good value for the money spent.

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I'd get a better PSU first, too. Thermaltake has a record of making bling blang, high on looks and low on performance crap. There is the occasional exception, but especially considering it doesn't meet DFI's requirements, I'd replace the PSU before running the voltage up on everything.

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Enermax makes great PSU's. Mine is worth every penny of the $160 I paid when it first came out.

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Hi,

nice oc-result:nod:

But in my (!) opinion that´s too much voltage (1.65V) for 24/7 usage.

Gipse

 

the actual voltage reading i get in bios is 1.6v.

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I'd get a better PSU first, too. Thermaltake has a record of making bling blang, high on looks and low on performance crap. There is the occasional exception, but especially considering it doesn't meet DFI's requirements, I'd replace the PSU before running the voltage up on everything.

 

http://www.tr2tt.com/products/psu/w006970/w006970.htm

 

thats the PSU i got. i was told that its good actually. u sure thats the 1?

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