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Chill out noobdown, life is cool. I just voltmodded my xfx 7600. with the volt mod in the bios i managed to get the clocks to about 800/770. apperently your RAM has superior OC capacity to mine, cool. on stock bios and voltage I can get to 640/770 with core temp at about 80C, but that 80C is cool enough to not worry about frying the chip, also that number was after I stress tested at 645/770 for about 30 minutes. Also you might want to clean out the old thermal past and put in some new AS5 and resurface the HSF. I redid my HSF with 1500 grit sand paper and it looked shiny, thus no oxide and better performance. I strongly recommend that you also get some canned air (dust off TM) and spray out the HSF. But make sure that the thing is off so that th e air will flow through the HSF unimpeded by the fan's airflow. Mine had a ton of dust after just 4 months. Good luck dude.
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Chill out noobdown, life is cool. I just voltmodded my xfx 7600. with the volt mod in the bios i managed to get the clocks to about 800/770. apperently your RAM has superior OC capacity to mine, cool. on stock bios and voltage I can get to 640/770 with core temp at about 80C, but that 80C is cool enough to not worry about frying the chip, also that number was after I stress tested at 645/770 for about 30 minutes. Also you might want to clean out the old thermal past and put in some new AS5 and resurface the HSF. I redid my HSF with 1500 grit sand paper and it looked shiny, thus no oxide and better performance. I strongly recommend that you also get some canned air (dust off TM) and spray out the HSF. But make sure that the thing is off so that th e air will flow through the HSF unimpeded by the fan's airflow. Mine had a ton of dust after just 4 months. Good luck dude.
thanks all for the imput but no need for canned air i have a air compressor but yeah thats the same thing i know what ur getta at rep to all ty
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thanks all for the imput but no need for canned air i have a air compressor but yeah thats the same thing i know what ur getta at rep to all ty
how powerful is your air compressor? not sure i would want to use one on my pc
    
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how powerful is your air compressor? not sure i would want to use one on my pc
150 psi 1 have been using it over a year on it and other computer aswell no prob i know people who uses a 200 psi with no prob
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