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March 8, 2008 9:17:29 PM

http://i32.tinypic.com/jg31op.jpg


Cpu 31 c System 23 c Gpu 53 c


Cpu is overclocked to 3.20ghz via the overclocking tool in the bios and the 8800gtx is overclocked to 622/1000 via ntune....


Will it fry it?


Been using the pc with these settings for the last few days, with no problems playing heavy games like Crysis,Tomb Raider Legend and encoding videos with convertxtodvd ( 5 dvds in 2 days)


Under load

Little bit different after playing Crysis @ Very High, 1680 by 1050


Temps


Cpu 44 c System 24 c Gpu 70 c


http://i26.tinypic.com/mr33hd.jpg


Tomb Raider Legend Next Gen On (max settings)


Temps


Same as Crysis


http://i28.tinypic.com/727v9v.jpg


Crysis was in action place ( lots of gunfire) Tomb Raider (swimming under, jump to ledge, shoot pistol)



Played 5 minutes on each then checked temps...

3D Mark 06

4 X AA, 16 AF...

10.4k

http://i30.tinypic.com/v8lsee.jpg

System Specs


Xps710


Q6700 @3.20ghz

2gb @796mhz

8800gtx @622/1000

Vista Premium 32bit

2 X 160gb hd in non raid

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March 8, 2008 10:56:05 PM

i would suggest rivatuner for your gpu, that way u can set the fan speed to about 60% instead of the stock 30%.

Temps are quite low, nothing to worry about.
March 9, 2008 6:57:29 PM

what are you using to monitor your temps?

They do look pretty good
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March 10, 2008 1:33:43 AM

The temps are rather close to the low side. To be safe grab HWMonitor http://www.cpuid.com/ and check to see that the temps are similar, if not the same.
March 10, 2008 10:09:17 PM

I think hes like Me. you see a great temp and wonder if you can trust it.
Ive been using everest. you recommend cpuz for temps evilonigiri?
speedfan is a PITA.
March 11, 2008 4:24:37 AM

mweidler said:
I think hes like Me. you see a great temp and wonder if you can trust it.
Ive been using everest. you recommend cpuz for temps evilonigiri?
speedfan is a PITA.

Cpuz for temps? Hardly. CPUID makes two programs: One is called CPUz and the other is called HWMonitor. HWMonitor monitors all your temps, including your motherboard, gpu, cpu, etc. It also monitors your voltages.

A simpler program which is better suited for specific temp benchmarks is Coretemps.
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