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Hello guys. Some advice on my current OC

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Hi everyone, first off, this is my rigs. ( i know its a pretty old one, but here it goes anyway (: )

Core 2 Duo E4500 2.2ghz
4 x 1gb ram DDR2 pc26400 5-5-5-18
winfast 9500gt
500gb WD HDD
p5n32-sli Premium mobo
asus v72 sleeve cpu cooler
1 side fan
2 aeroslot
Coolermaster extreme 460w

Okay, heres the thing. Its about tempertaure.

before i do any over clock, this is how my temperature looks like :

the first link is with prime95 torture test.
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...rturetest.jpg/

this is idling.
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...ime95test.jpg/

Which in normal cases, i believe its not normal yea?

So i did a very mild overclocking :
Rasing FSB from 800 to around 965 to get 2.65GHz ( multipler of 11)
Ram timing change to 4-4-4-12
vcore 1.26875
memory voltage 2.1
1.2v ht voltage 1.2
cpu vtt voltage 1.2
Southbriidge core voltage 1.5
northbridge core voltage 1.5

and the tempertaure went up by only around 5 degree celsius.

my question is, can i still oc? why is the temperature so high during non-oc period?
post #2 of 5
links dont work bro
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
sorry about the failure of link.
the first link is with prime torture test
second one is idling.


with_prime95_torture_test.jpg:

without_prime95_test.jpg:
post #4 of 5
i wouldn't personally do much Ocing with a PSU that low. you could push it a little. but remember that as you increase its going to take more power. not much.. but jsut watch your voltages and your increases
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
no bro, what i actually trying to ask was,

why is the temperature so high without any oc-ing?
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