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    Intel i5 750 oc'ed

    It's good, with these idle temps?


    PC specs:
    GPU: Sapphire hd 5850 toxic
    CPU: Intel i5 750 3,2 ghz (in turbo 3360 mhz)
    Cooler CPU: Noctua SE12 special edition
    Case: Thearmaltake v9
    Motherboard: Gigabyte P55A-UD3
    Monitor: LG W2343T
    SSD: Intel postville x25 40 gb
    Last edited by Adiposo; 03-19-10 at 05:15 AM.

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    Temps depend on your ambient temperature so that's important, and idle temps do not mean much. Load it with prime 95 and show the temperature when it stops climbing, but with that V an a noctua cooler you have nothing to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exvitermini View Post
    Temps depend on your ambient temperature so that's important, and idle temps do not mean much. Load it with prime 95 and show the temperature when it stops climbing, but with that V an a noctua cooler you have nothing to worry about.
    I live in south Italy, the temp isnt to freeze but is mild o.O


    Therefore.. i made wrong oc, see my points on 3dmark

    http://service.futuremark.com/home.a...&resultType=19 after this oc, (cpu score, gpu is ok)

    http://service.futuremark.com/home.a...&resultType=19 first oc that i made

    I ocd my 5850 hd toxic to 871 core and 1169 memory and with furmark my average temp in full load is 70-71



    GPU points are right, but CPU wtf.
    Now i have made a new oc, but 3dmark trial doesn't let me to send more than 2 mark -.-.

    EDIT: 3Dmark? GTFO! +9 fps in crysis very high !!!

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    When I wrote ambient temperature I meant the room where you keep the pc, unless yo keep it outside or use watercooling and keep the rads outside.

    As for 3Dmark, maybe you could erase your last results and it would let you submit more.

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