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I have a Barton 2500+ running at 230x11, but I want to here if it is too hot? Check my screenshots for temperatures and settings:

http://peecee.dk/uploads/pics/insideoc.jpg

Is a system temp on 30 C idle too high?


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post #2 of 11
That is a nice overclock there.

You really need to have speedfan measuring readings when you are at 100% CPU load.

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That is a nice overclock there.

You really need to have speedfan measuring readings when you are at 100% CPU load.

cheers
Okay, I will try to run some benchmark, and play some games, so I can se what the temps are under 100% load... Then I will post the result
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post #4 of 11
Just load up FAH and have it running in the background.

At the same time you are helping out team overclock.net
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post #5 of 11
Yeah F@H and prime95 together is what I usually do. My oc'd 3700sd runs at about 28-30c idle depending on ambient temps so I think your ok.
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Nice oc u got there. I would try to keep it under say 55c load. What heat sink and fan u using to cool it. Maybe look into aftermarket to help it. maybe a Volcano Extrmem 12.
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post #7 of 11
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Nice oc u got there. I would try to keep it under say 55c load. What heat sink and fan u using to cool it. Maybe look into aftermarket to help it. maybe a Volcano Extrmem 12.
Thanks

I have a thermalright SP-97 profile with a titanium 80mm fan
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Hey inside are the any overclock programs that run in windows instead of bios.
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Hey inside are the any overclock programs that run in windows instead of bios.
Dunno. I think that the best way to OC is in the bios
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CPUFSB, but I suggest you use the bios.
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