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Thats really hott...my 3200 OCed 400mhz gets to 44 at MAX LOAD(WOW for HOURS =) )
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Akkarin
your ok if thats 51C overclocked.
My rig runs at 55C LOAD overclocked at 2820. That all on stock cooling btw, still havent upgraded


That OC cant be stable can it? I cant get mine stable over 2.6.....Thats crazy.... How di dyou do that?
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Originally Posted by Cronic
If I read this right, you said your vcore on the CPU was 2.8V(is that even possible?)? That's way too high for 2400Mhz. With a 240FSB you shouldn't be over 1.5V on the core. That could be a big course of your heat. I think you need to go over everything you've done to overclock that rig. I have an X2 3200+ and I can get 2400Mhz on stock everything else.
I believe the post said vdimm was 2.8 - it's OCZ DDR600 RAM. vcoe is 1.6
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Got myself a Lian Li PC V2000 case and Thermalright XP90. Dropped my multiplier to 9 and my FSB to 230. This brough my no load case to 35 deg and my CPU 42 deg.

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It was thanks to all the great help and suggestions that I got my temps down. I also found that by reversing all the fans so they blow out of the case, and sucking the air off the XP90 by reversing that fan, and then putting the shroud supplied with the case over the CPU exhaust fan, I brought the temps down even more. Now the board is 30 and the CPU 39.

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