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3000+ (754) on 1.7v temps are 25c idle & 34c load with fans at 100% I dont like to run them up so assuming they're not making a bunch of noise its about 29 & 36 at the most. do you think its safe to run more power to the cpu?
Ahhh...tone that down...you're not running 3Gz on that thing!!!
1.58v will do you good...now torque up the RAM to get the rest of your system speed.
A 754 at 2.6GHZ is a BEAST!!!! Companied with a high level GPU...a mainstay for a long minute
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Yeah... do knock that voltage down!! Too high.
    
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post #13 of 18
As said that Voltage is a little too high..Yes that CPU can take perhaps 1.6 But 1.7 is silly really..Back it down.
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umm mines at 1.557v @ 2.64ghz.. its all i can do to stablize the dang thing.
1.7 its a little to high, unless you got a crazy overclock.
post #15 of 18
Also Crazy cooling.
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well ive been running 1.7v @ 3Ghz 24/7 for some time now. temps have been good, you would think the processor would have fryed by now but guess what? last night I had a power dip at about 4am and i lost the motherboard. I had a MSi K8n Neo3 laying around so im using that now but its not the same. Overclocking is so lame compared to the T-Force. I wanna upgrade to AM2 with DDR2 but im holding off right now until i buy my new baby.
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thats way too high. I just upgraded to a 4200+ from a 3000+. the 3000+ never went past 2.7ghz. If you want to run 3ghz just get a 3800+ or 4200+. trust me the performance is well worth it compared to that 3000+.
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thats way too high. I just upgraded to a 4200+ from a 3000+. the 3000+ never went past 2.7ghz. If you want to run 3ghz just get a 3800+ or 4200+. trust me the performance is well worth it compared to that 3000+.
you couldn't break past 2.7Ghz cuz you wernt running 1.7V muhuhahaha!!!
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