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Yo peepz i tried to overclock my AMD 64a 3200+ but i still have all the standard cooling

1fan on the cpu 1 on the black blowing out and another one on the side blowing out (is this the rite setup?)

wel anyway my question was i overclocked it to a BIOS 228mhz not CPU-z cuz in cpu-z it always says 208mhz but its 200 ..so i overclocked it to 2,5 ghz and it started shutting down..or windows getting stuck ..does anyone know what the max limit is for standard cooling ? with an amd van
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Yo peepz i tried to overclock my AMD 64a 3200+ but i still have all the standard cooling

1fan on the cpu 1 on the black blowing out and another one on the side blowing out (is this the rite setup?)

wel anyway my question was i overclocked it to a BIOS 228mhz not CPU-z cuz in cpu-z it always says 208mhz but its 200 ..so i overclocked it to 2,5 ghz and it started shutting down..or windows getting stuck ..does anyone know what the max limit is for standard cooling ? with an amd van
couple of questions, what are your temps at? an AMD 64 should be kept below 50c at load. what vcore do you have it at? also keep in mind that the HTT times the HTT multi should never equal more than 1000 (200x5=1000 is stock, you might be at 228x5 when you should go to 228x4 to equal less than 1000). usually its better to have a little more airflow into the case than out of it, so if i were you id switch one of the fans around.
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yeah same if u turn around the fan thats on the side and make it an intake fan and the one on the back an exhaust then this will allow better air flow and it is important to keep your temps below 50c at load as the guy before said .
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Once you get the air flow corrected as the others recommended, good job guys, you should see about 25-2600 with the stock FHS.
Again as was said.. keep the full load temp below 50c
    
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