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Hello everyone, how's it going? I don't know if any of you remember this, but I recently decided to see how much I could OC my processer. Since it was really freaking cold outside, I managed to get it to 3.2 Ghz!!! But, today, the temperature raised from 9 degrees farenheit (outside) to 35 degrees farenheit. Still cold, but not cold enough...

I'll soon attach some pictures of what happened to my computer... Let's just take some time to remember what was...
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*quakes in his boots* crap dude that does not sound good!
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Originally Posted by Gatekeeper
Hello everyone, how's it going? I don't know if any of you remember this, but I recently decided to see how much I could OC my processer. Since it was really freaking cold outside, I managed to get it to 3.2 Ghz!!! But, today, the temperature raised from 9 degrees farenheit (outside) to 35 degrees farenheit. Still cold, but not cold enough...

I'll soon attach some pictures of what happened to my computer... Let's just take some time to remember what was...
3.2 ghz on a 3800? Hmm, gonna need some
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Haha, yeah... the processer is literally melted to the mobo.. XD
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Ouch.

What was the CPU temp when it was 9 degrees out?
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Well, I have a Koolance EXOS-2, it was 9 degrees outside, and I just recently got a new 600 watt PSU... So, it all wasn't that hard. My PSU could handle the main work, and the temperature outside, and my KOOLANCE EXOS-2 could definantly handle it... I just didn't get it CPU-Z Certified, but I got my secondary comp certified.
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The temp was around 26 degrees celsius, and after it was 35 degrees outside, it got up to 70 degrees celsius...
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Originally Posted by Gatekeeper
Well, I have a Koolance EXOS-2, it was 9 degrees outside, and I just recently got a new 600 watt PSU... So, it all wasn't that hard. My PSU could handle the main work, and the temperature outside, and my KOOLANCE EXOS-2 could definantly handle it... I just didn't get it CPU-Z Certified, but I got my secondary comp certified.
What were your cpu settings? You do realize that even with LN2, the world record for a 3800 is only a few 100 mhz higher than what you're claiming you did with simple water and an ASUS motherboard? You ran an ASUS stable at 320 mhz with a 10X cpu mult on water with a 3800? Just to clarify
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Sorry to sound stupid, but could you re-state your question?
Besides, I've seen people OC an Athalon 64 X2 near (if not) 1 Ghz faster than normal. Plus, the Koolance Exos-2 isn't that simple of a water cooling unit. It's one of the best ones out there. Aw man, I shouldn't have posted this, I knew I would get this... >_<
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Sorry to sound stupid, but could you re-state your question?
Besides, I've seen people OC an Athalon 64 X2 near (if not) 1 Ghz faster than normal. Plus, the Koolance Exos-2 isn't that simple of a water cooling unit. It's one of the best ones out there. Aw man, I shouldn't have posted this, I knew I would get this... >_<
We're not talking about other X2s. I'm asking what your settings were when you ran a 3800 x2 at 3.2 ghz on water cooling. Was it 320 mhz fsb using a 10X cpu multiplier?
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