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my idle temps are 40 to 45
and 100 load are 50 to 55

are these temps okay??? and one more question only that when i'll raise FSB the ram frequency will increase?? or pci and pci-e what are the benefits of increasing pci-e volts???
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i got those temps when i was on stock cooling as well, you should change the heatsink. get the Scythe Infinity and you'll have the same cpu, ram, heatsink as me i just overclocked mine to 2.8Ghz with 37C idle 50C load.
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Originally Posted by laziboi
i got those temps when i was on stock cooling as well, you should change the heatsink. get the Scythe Infinity and you'll have the same cpu, ram, heatsink as me i just overclocked mine to 2.8Ghz with 37C idle 50C load.
Nice! Considering I'll have the same processor and mobo... except I'll be using a TTBT-VX
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thanks for your kind replies, but anyone who can answer my questions?? as i am new to overclocking and i really need help with this.. =)
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Never change your PCI, PCI-E or AGP voltages or clocks. Only change your FSB. Changing your FSB will affect your current CPU speed and also your ram speed.

Before you start overclocking I suggest you read some articles about OC'ing so you know what you are doing. Good luck!
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