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Heya, thlnk3r. Back to update you again Well, i manage to get it to 2.73Ghz. Now am aiming for 2.75Ghz. Found out that my cpu cooler isnt very gd at cooling my cpu as heat is causing me to fail. Feel like selling off my thermaltake duorb and buying TRUE or something similar. Stupid right. Heat is stopping my OCING!! and it took us a while to find it out. LOL.

Btw, what do you think of my cooler?? The thermaltake duorb for cpu?
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Heya, thlnk3r. Back to update you again Well, i manage to get it to 2.73Ghz. Now am aiming for 2.75Ghz. Found out that my cpu cooler isnt very gd at cooling my cpu as heat is causing me to fail. Feel like selling off my thermaltake duorb and buying TRUE or something similar. Stupid right. Heat is stopping my OCING!! and it took us a while to find it out. LOL.

Btw, what do you think of my cooler?? The thermaltake duorb for cpu?
Samy, I don't have any experience with the TT Duorb nor have I heard much about it but I can tell you the Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme is an excellent cooler . What are your full load temps when your stressing with Orthos?

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Heya, thx for the reply. Full load is 40, 38. I do not think its the cpu but is the north bridge and south bridge heating up. The heat sink came with the board so I do not know how gd are they. Might buy a passive cooler for it depends on how hot is it going to be over here.

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Heya, thx for the reply. Full load is 40, 38. I do not think its the cpu but is the north bridge and south bridge heating up. The heat sink came with the board so I do not know how gd are they. Might buy a passive cooler for it depends on how hot is it going to be over here.

What do you think??
Samy, heat can hold back an OC so it's worth a shot. When you start raising the HTT (reference clock) I'm almost positive nb and sb temps will rise so your probably right. If you have room you can add on a chipset cooler.

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