I am (another!) beginner at OC and I come here to ask your help to improve my OC, as well for clearing some doubts about it.
My goal is to have an OC that doesn’t compromise the lifetime of my components for a 24/7 use.
This is my rig:
NOX COOLBAY 25 BLACK
INTEL CORE 2 DUO E6750 (2.67GHZ) SKT 775
ASUS P5K-E WIFI
LC-POWER HYPERION V.2.2 700W (LC8700)
GSKILL KIT 2GB DDR2 800 HK
ASUS HD 6870 DIRECT CU 1 Gb DDR5
NOISEBLOCKER X2 80MM BLACKSILENT RETAIL (X2)
ZALMAN 9500 LED
At this moment, my CPU is @ 3.60 Ghz (FSB 450 x8).
The voltage defined on the mobo is 1.35 V, although the same mobo reads 1.32 V (see below pics) and cpu-z reads 1.328 V…
The cpu load temps are around 60-62ºC while gamming, rising to 67ºC on Prime95 (using Core Temp, with a tjmax of 95ºC).
With light use (word, net, etc) goes between 38-52ºC.
My doubts are:
- Witch of these voltages is “THE TRUE” voltage of my cpu? Is this too high?
- Are these temps to high? Should I use another program?
- Witch changes should I do on my mobo setup to improve my OC?
Here are some pics of my setup, Core Temp, Cpu-z and Gpu-z.
Voltages look fine. Temps for that chip I typically try to keep it under 60 during a stress test so you're not too far off that and running around that at full gaming use isn't too bad, I wouldn't go higher and wouldn't be real concerned at current levels.