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Welp ive managed to overclock my cpu to 3.5 GHz from 3.0 GHz, its pretty exciting stuff. Anyone know what my average temps should be? i dont think they should really change too much seeing as i didnt have to increase voltage. My temps have been at about 34 degrees C with my intel stock fan and heatsink. I had to run a divider of 6:5 im still playing around seeing if i can get 1:1. Ive taken some screenies so if you will take a look, look over some things tell me what you think, give some advice, see if everything looks safe (im still a noob to all this but im getting better). Any feed back will be most appreciated! Thanks
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Seagate 320 Gig 7200 RPM Sata Raid Windows XP Home Edition Hyundai B70A Microsoft Wireless 
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Originally Posted by scotty8825
Welp ive managed to overclock my cpu to 3.5 GHz from 3.0 GHz, its pretty exciting stuff. Anyone know what my average temps should be? i dont think they should really change too much seeing as i didnt have to increase voltage. My temps have been at about 34 degrees C with my intel stock fan and heatsink. I had to run a divider of 6:5 im still playing around seeing if i can get 1:1. Ive taken some screenies so if you will take a look, look over some things tell me what you think, give some advice, see if everything looks safe (im still a noob to all this but im getting better). Any feed back will be most appreciated! Thanks
Good job nice oc! Perhaps you can even push it more. Your temps look fairly good but I would ensure it doesn't go over 60C at max load (stress it with Prime95, OCCT or play a game to see its max load). Your vcore looks fairly low so I would up it to 1.4v and try to push it to 3.6 or even 3.7. But to do this, I would set the RAM timings very loose. Keep up the good work.
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lol i have CL3 ram, im loose as a goose
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P4 Prescott 3EGHz OC @ 3.675GHz Asus P4C800-e Nvidia 6600 OC @ 400Mz Core 570 Memory 4 x Kingston 512MB PC3200 Dual Channel 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Seagate 320 Gig 7200 RPM Sata Raid Windows XP Home Edition Hyundai B70A Microsoft Wireless 
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P4 Prescott 3EGHz OC @ 3.675GHz Asus P4C800-e Nvidia 6600 OC @ 400Mz Core 570 Memory 4 x Kingston 512MB PC3200 Dual Channel 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Seagate 320 Gig 7200 RPM Sata Raid Windows XP Home Edition Hyundai B70A Microsoft Wireless 
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