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    Exclamation Heisenbergs uncertainty principle and the UD3 temps

    Not sure where to start,but:Im using real temp+core temp(99.5 beta) and speedfan(all running while prime 95 is on,and as i post)
    Before at 505fsb and mostly the voltages below in sig id be running maybe 64 temp max ,.under test.
    Now I cant break 60,Ive been running prime 95 blend for 2hrs or so,but it didnt make any difference if id been on large ftt etc.
    Ambient (room)temps are the same,but I have moved to 505 fsb using the same settings as for 500.
    Big swingin mickey you say,but for testing overclocks,Id recommend using the latest versions of the utilities<,
    Also my temp variations between cores are lower.
    Maybe if the test programs arent absolutely right they can actually affect your overclock badly?
    Just a fyi post....
    Current Systems:

    Asrock p67 Extreme6.............. Gigabyte EP-45 UD3 ...................... Gigabyte 73 PVM S2
    Intel i5 2500k 4.8ghz................ Intel Q8400 3.8ghz......................... Intel D820 2.8ghz
    Zalman 10x cooler.................... Coolermaster V8............................ HP cooler
    8GB Gskill ripjaw ddr3.............. 4GB Gskill PI ddr2.......................... 4GB samsung ddr2
    60GB ssd/500GB HDD .............. WD 1TB hdd.................................... Seagate 160GB hdd
    GTX 460 1GB x2 SLI ................. Msi 9600GT 512MB(died) ........... Onboard gx
    Win7 64 ,750w psu(ocz)............ Win7 64 ,520w psu,seasonic...... Win XP pro ,400w psu

    HEC 6A34 case . ....................... Jeantec R2 case............................ Packard Bell case

    hoping to upgrade to http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/habicase.shtml
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    Default Re: Heisenbergs uncertainty principle and the UD3 temps

    This could be the thermal paste curing in, every manufacturer always says that it takes a while for it to achieve the best heat conductivity. Also, a small room temp change of 1C will already result in a ~1C lower CPU temp.
    Btw, I'm reading a book by Heisenberg right now, the one that's somewhat of an autobigraphy, it's a very good read :)


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    Default Re: Heisenbergs uncertainty principle and the UD3 temps

    :) yeh maybe the curing thing,ive also turned on the heating in the room(weird for clocking testing)Ill see what happens,but for sure I have this bios setting saved.
    Current Systems:

    Asrock p67 Extreme6.............. Gigabyte EP-45 UD3 ...................... Gigabyte 73 PVM S2
    Intel i5 2500k 4.8ghz................ Intel Q8400 3.8ghz......................... Intel D820 2.8ghz
    Zalman 10x cooler.................... Coolermaster V8............................ HP cooler
    8GB Gskill ripjaw ddr3.............. 4GB Gskill PI ddr2.......................... 4GB samsung ddr2
    60GB ssd/500GB HDD .............. WD 1TB hdd.................................... Seagate 160GB hdd
    GTX 460 1GB x2 SLI ................. Msi 9600GT 512MB(died) ........... Onboard gx
    Win7 64 ,750w psu(ocz)............ Win7 64 ,520w psu,seasonic...... Win XP pro ,400w psu

    HEC 6A34 case . ....................... Jeantec R2 case............................ Packard Bell case

    hoping to upgrade to http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/habicase.shtml
    http://www.flixya.com/video/140325/Animal-launching

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    Default Re: Heisenbergs uncertainty principle and the UD3 temps

    it may be the heater and the curing together. You may not notice the difference in ambiet temps but your CPU does, especially when the PC is close to the heater where the difference in ambient temps is bigger, if you have a good thermometer you'll notice how ambient temps can vary quiet a bit in a room where the air is standing still.


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