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You think its posible to OC 3.0 to 4.0 with Stock Fan?
    
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You think its posible to OC 3.0 to 4.0 with Stock Fan?
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What do you think is posible with stock fan?
    
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What do you think is posible with stock fan?
Err.. 3.5 maybe with good temps.. Depends if its a prescott (presshot) or northwood.
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post #5 of 10
If the motherboard is really good and the ram is really good then yes possibly.

You can add some voltage on the stock cooler before it will get too hot, so its possible. You'd need the E0 stepping aswell.

More realisticly, looking at your setup I'd say 3.6-3.7. I got mine to 3.7 on pc3200 and air cooling.
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If i OC to 4.0 is it posible to burn it?
    
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post #7 of 10
Maybe 3.8ish. Shawn Mcgrail has the same cpu and he got his to 3.8 with stock hsf. Those 630's run pretty cool.
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I have LGA 775! Is it Posible to 4.0?
    
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Voltage burns the CPU not the frequency, dont go over 1.55vcore for 24/7 running. I'd get some better cooling though. Get yourself a thermaltake big typhoon heatsink. Keep the temperatures under 65 C full load and you'll be ok. Myself, I'd like to keep it under 60 C just to be safe.
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Voltage burns the CPU not the frequency, dont go over 1.55vcore for 24/7 running. I'd get some better cooling though. Get yourself a thermaltake big typhoon heatsink. Keep the temperatures under 65 C full load and you'll be ok. Myself, I'd like to keep it under 60 C just to be safe.
Thanx Alot I'll keep it Under 60c
    
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