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    Default Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

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    i have set up my corsair H60 and overclocked to 4.4Ghz what should a good idle and load temp be (in C) ? All power saving modes have been disabled so is running at overclock speed constantly
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    currently running these temps:
    idle:
    3.4Ghz (stock): 27 min to 31 max
    4.4Ghz: 29 min to 31 max ( 1 core running at 32 max )
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    It's much more important to see what your core temperatures are under full load.
    Running IntelBurnTest (IBT) or LinX using at least 2GB of memory will heat things up nicely.
    Don't run either of these programs for more than 5 - 10 loops.
    Prime95 is an excellent stability test program that should push cpu core temps to 55 -65O (C).
    You can post a cropped screen-shot with any of these tests while they are running where you have CoreTemp or RealTemp running to show the minimum and maximum temperatures while the test is running.

    You can find and download the latest versions of these programs in the http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ity-tools.html thread.
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    It's much more important to see what your core temperatures are under full load.
    Running IntelBurnTest (IBT) or LinX using at least 2GB of memory will heat things up nicely.
    Don't run either of these programs for more than 5 - 10 loops.
    Prime95 is an excellent stability test program that should push cpu core temps to 55 -65O (C).
    You can post a cropped screen-shot with any of these tests while they are running where you have CoreTemp or RealTemp running to show the minimum and maximum temperatures while the test is running.

    You can find and download the latest versions of these programs in the http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ity-tools.html thread.
    Hi

    i have been running prime 95 now but only managed to do 1 hour max. I started off with temps up to 75C but as the artic silver 5 has started to burn in it has lowered down to 65C max. Ive had some rounding errors do you know what could be causing thees errors, im fairly new to overclocking
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Prime95 rounding errors indicate that your system isn't stable.
    Large FFT errors are usually caused by memory errors and small FFT errors are usually related to cpu errors.
    Incorrect memory timings or voltage settings are usually the cause of Prime95 errors.
    You need to keep track of your bios settings and which FFT sizes are failing.
    I consider a system to be reasonably stable if it can run error free for at least 8 - 10 hours when tested with each of the Prime95 tests; small FFT, large FFT, and Blend tests.

    If a similar range of FFT sizes cause errors, you can tweak Prime95 to run a small(er) FFT size test by using a custom setup.
    This should speed up testing for errors within a limited FFT size range.
    Click on the Prime95 tutorial link in my signature for more information.

    Please post a link to the exact memory kit on the Corsair web site that has the specifications for your memory.
    It will help if post a cropped screen-shot of the cpu-z Cpu, Mainboard, SPD and Memory windows.
    You can run several instances of cpu-z at the same time to display all four windows in a cropped screen-shot.
    Your posted screen-shot will be more legible if the picture width is 800 -1024 pixels or less.
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Prime95 rounding errors indicate that your system isn't stable.
    Large FFT errors are usually caused by memory errors and small FFT errors are usually related to cpu errors.
    Incorrect memory timings or voltage settings are usually the cause of Prime95 errors.
    You need to keep track of your bios settings and which FFT sizes are failing.
    I consider a system to be reasonably stable if it can run error free for at least 8 - 10 hours when tested with each of the Prime95 tests; small FFT, large FFT, and Blend tests.

    If a similar range of FFT sizes cause errors, you can tweak Prime95 to run a small(er) FFT size test by using a custom setup.
    This should speed up testing for errors within a limited FFT size range.
    Click on the Prime95 tutorial link in my signature for more information.

    Please post a link to the exact memory kit on the Corsair web site that has the specifications for your memory.
    It will help if post a cropped screen-shot of the cpu-z Cpu, Mainboard, SPD and Memory windows.
    You can run several instances of cpu-z at the same time to display all four windows in a cropped screen-shot.
    Your posted screen-shot will be more legible if the picture width is 800 -1024 pixels or less.
    thanks for the assistance :)
    while waiting for a reply i did some research which indicated that i might have to ever so slightly increase the voltage so i did and now prime95 is running again. I am currently running a Blend test
    Currently reading through the tutorial
    Vengeance®. I have set he ram timings and im running the XMP profile

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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    You're welcome.
    Your memory kit is not listed in the Memory Support List for your motherboard, so it might take some extra tweaking for stability.
    If worse comes to worse, you might need to try running at 1600MHz instead of 1866MHz.
    If you get another Prime95 error, post a screen-shot of the Prime95 workers so that we can see the FFT size that failed and how long the test ran at the time of the error. It's possible that a slight increase in memory voltage to 1.55 or slightly higher might help. Your system might be stable running at 1600MHz.

    I'm going to PM parsec to help you because he has a lot of first hand experience with overclocking and ASRock motherboards.
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    You're welcome.
    Your memory kit is not listed in the Memory Support List for your motherboard, so it might take some extra tweaking for stability.
    If worse comes to worse, you might need to try running at 1600MHz instead of 1866MHz.
    If you get another Prime95 error, post a screen-shot of the Prime95 workers so that we can see the FFT size that failed and how long the test ran at the time of the error. It's possible that a slight increase in memory voltage to 1.55 or slightly higher might help. Your system might be stable running at 1600MHz.

    I'm going to PM parsec to help you because he has a lot of first hand experience with overclocking and ASRock motherboards.
    hi thanks alot with your help, youve been overly helpfull

    Its been currently running for 2 hours with no problems, will let you know if i run into any later :)
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Sounds good.
    What is the voltage setting for your memory during the current test?
    Did you make any other bios changes for this test?
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    4x2GB OCZ Reaper PC2-8500 1094MHz @5-5-5-15
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    Seasonic SS-660XP2 80 Plus Platinum psu (660w)
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    Default Re: Corsair H60 with Intel i7 2600k @4.4Ghz

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Sounds good.
    What is the voltage setting for your memory during the current test?
    Did you make any other bios changes for this test?
    DRAM Voltage is currently at 1.515 v
    CPU Voltage Ofset is currently +0.060 v (increased by 0.005)
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