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you need to buy yourself a big typhoon heat sink fan. these things are BEASTS. my prescott temps are 32c idle and 36c fully loaded at 3.445ghz from 3.0 stock.
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i have a 3.0 prescott... and i have had it up to 4 ghz..but it was unstable,would crash after botting in to windows after about 1-2 min. but i was running 3.74 semi stable...i just need better cooling to solve this, so u should have no problem going to 3.6
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I was looking into buying a big typhoon heat sink fan but i ran into a issue with space between my psu and heatsink fan so i had to upgrade, i bought a aspire x-plorer tower which kinda set me back on buying a big typhoon but i gained alot more space between my psu and heatsink now i guess its just a matter of time before i can buy myself the next upgrade.
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by BongBasherWhaa
Hey everyone,

I was wondering if I damaged my CPU and should take it easy overclocking it now. I have a 3.0E and with stock fan for a while had it at 3.6 or so. I dont know what temps it was running at. I then had some restarting problems so I pulled back to 3.3.

I since bought a Zailman cooling unit and my CPU is nice and cold. But, with it over clocked at 10% it is running just under 3.3. Did I burn it a little or damage it? If so, should I not try to push it anymore and keep it at 3.3 with this cooling unit. It runs 33C idle.

Thanks all.
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