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Thread: 2200+ & volcano 7+ problem




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    the computer has only been running for 2 or 3 hours now do you think that it could cool down after it "burns in"

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    AS3 will take 24-48 to settle into it's job. ;)
    Also what motherboard are you using and does it read the internal temp diode of the CPU? Also have you had any crashes yet? :?:
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    im using Asus A7v333 MB and i dont know what you mean by the internal temp diode off the cpu. the temp monitors i got from Asus with the MB. and yes i have 2 crashes but i think they were just software issues.

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    should i just let the computer run for the next couple of days non stop?

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    Asus temp readings have always been high sided. When I build a PC I let them run for a few days running looped benchmarks and tests. ;)
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    what benchmaks should i run and where can i get them from

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    First up I let Memtest86 go for a few hours (this is just a memory and cache tester checking for errors) then I'll throw on SiSoftware Sandra and run the "BurnIn Test" followed up by loops of MadOnion's 3DMark2001 SE "Demo". ;)
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    You never state what speed setting you are running the 7+ at?
    Also what voltage are you running to the cpu, the t'breds are made t orun at a lower voltage.
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    right now my heatsink is running at 5000RMP or med speed and the core voltage is automaticly set at 1.68

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    what should the core voltage be at for a 2200+ Thoroughbred

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