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Prescotts throttle at 65C but I wouldnt let it go any higher than 60. I prefer to keep it around 50 myself.
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I ran my old P4 531 at 64c all the time. (3.7ghz all stock) Those were some real toasty procs, but they seemed to take the heat well
    
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Originally Posted by redwolf_92 View Post
I ran my old P4 531 at 64c all the time. (3.7ghz all stock) Those were some real toasty procs, but they seemed to take the heat well
yeah, i know both the other rigs in this house run at 60*C all the time (practically idle) but they are never loaded very much. They're fine though. No problems yet.
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3.8 didn't pass prime95 for more than 1 hr.

To bad my mobo does not have an option for vcore adjustment

Anyway, going to run dual prime95 for the night at 3.7
Would orthos be better? Prime only runs the cpu at 50% unless I run 2 of them. Will orthos put it at 100%
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Yes, orthos does automatic dual threading.
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My D 805 hit 66c once LOL
    
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I roast my P4 640 @ 4gHz and 76*C with orthos. Have been doing it for some time now and it hasn't died on my yet. When it catches fire or somthing, then I can by my self a C2D with a clear conscience
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by J3r3my View Post
Prescotts throttle at 65C but I wouldnt let it go any higher than 60. I prefer to keep it around 50 myself.
Every Prescott I've owned throttled at 70°c, regardless it's best to keep it under 60°c

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I roast my P4 640 @ 4gHz and 76*C with orthos. Have been doing it for some time now and it hasn't died on my yet. When it catches fire or somthing, then I can by my self a C2D with a clear conscience
What good is that someone could use a good P4.
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