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i overclocked my athlon 64 3000+ venice to 2.6ghz, and i found that it was 53 degree celsius when full load! but some overclocked their 3000+ to 2.7ghz and under 45 degree celsius when full load!
what is the reason(s)?
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post #2 of 10
It can depend on alot of things. They may have been running a lower voltage, a better cooler and Ambient temp. What Voltage are you running at?
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post #3 of 10
From one componente to other (in this case the CPU), the capability of OC changes, until in the same model...

Its a question of luck...

Or maybe you have to change you cooling system...
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post #4 of 10
Try reseating your Zalman 7000. Sounds like it's loose, or you didn't put the right amount of thermal paste on.
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It depends on the ambient temp of the room the computer is in
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post #6 of 10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Jester
It can depend on alot of things. They may have been running a lower voltage, a better cooler and Ambient temp. What Voltage are you running at?
i am running my 3000+ at 1.55v~

Quote:
Originally Posted by Namrac
Try reseating your Zalman 7000. Sounds like it's loose, or you didn't put the right amount of thermal paste on.
i had tried to reseat the zalman 7000, and replaced the old thermal paste, but nothing help!

Quote:
Originally Posted by frostbite
It depends on the ambient temp of the room the computer is in
but i think my room isn't too hot...
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post #7 of 10
Could be a faulty sensor. 53 is to high though cause my 3000+ runs at 42c load with 1.68 going through it. Ambients are usually around 20-25c. Are you using as5 for paste?
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post #8 of 10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by steveo42024
Could be a faulty sensor. 53 is to high though cause my 3000+ runs at 42c load with 1.68 going through it. Ambients are usually around 20-25c. Are you using as5 for paste?
wow~ really a perfect temperature!
i don't know what kind of paste i am using now but i am sure that's not as5!
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post #9 of 10
Its artic silver 5 and it really makes a difference. Can drop your load temps anywhere from 5-10 degrees after its fully cured. Its a must if you want decent temps
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post #10 of 10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by steveo42024
Its artic silver 5 and it really makes a difference. Can drop your load temps anywhere from 5-10 degrees after its fully cured. Its a must if you want decent temps
oh! really~ anyway, thanks for your hlep first!
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