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First of all I must say that I had help from a friend at work. I guess all it takes is someone that understands how it is done! The OCZ Gold memory runs at 500 mhz no problems. I ran "Super Pi Mod" several times getting to 500 each time it took about a half hour. I also ran "Prime 95" for a little moe than an hour no errors at all. I plan on ruuning the program for several hours later. I have to say the temps on the CPU will go up towards + 25 degrees on stock fan. My CPU ran at 115 degrees max at 100% CPU load. Over all I am happy at 2.5 gig!

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I have to say the temps on the CPU will go up towards + 25 degrees on stock fan. My CPU ran at 115 degrees max at 100% CPU load. Over all I am happy at 2.5 gig!

What?!? You should power down your system immediatelly and check your heatsink, these temperatures are MUCH too high!

Gipse

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He may have meant 115 degrees fahrenheit which is 46 degrees celsius

Hi,

oops :rolleyes:

Sorry for that, I thought he meant degrees Celcius.

Gipse

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First of all I must say that I had help from a friend at work. I guess all it takes is someone that understands how it is done! The OCZ Gold memory runs at 500 mhz no problems. I ran "Super Pi Mod" several times getting to 500 each time it took about a half hour. I also ran "Prime 95" for a little moe than an hour no errors at all. I plan on ruuning the program for several hours later. I have to say the temps on the CPU will go up towards + 25 degrees on stock fan. My CPU ran at 115 degrees max at 100% CPU load. Over all I am happy at 2.5 gig!
Uh, Ok. :)

 

Let's just say I'm retarted but I can't find the question you'r asking. Or was your intention just to tell everybody that you ran SPi and Prime95 and your temps went up during load? :P

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115 degrees fahrenheit , is correct. there was no question in this post just to let people know that this memory can operate at 500 mhz and I feel even beyond that. There are people out there that have this memory in that are running below the mhz that is intended, for there information.

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