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I have read forums and stickies until I am crosseyed. I have downloaded benchmarks, tools, and all sorts of things. It is almost impossible to get the simplist info. What are the safe recommended temps for CPU and GPU? Why do I not have control of more then 1 of my 4 fans? Why do non of the tools I download allow me to change my multiplier? (Just learned about that here) CCC only allowed voltage and clock changes, MSI Afterburner only allowed clock changes and those were more restrictive then CCC. 1125mhz rather then 1175. I see people have theirs up to 1200 and more. What little thing have I NOT read over days of reading?

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Well the problem is your probably looking in the wrong places..

For example..


From the AMD Website

http://products.amd.com/en-us/Deskto...f10=&f11=&f12=

You can go up to 1.4 Safetly.


Most of us go upto 1.5.


Also about temps.

AMD shut off point is 70°C. 62°C

The rule is Never pass 60°C stop ocing at 50°C

I got a PhenII 550 1.47V @ 4.0GHZ load at 40°C.

My procc can probably sustain that for the next five years or so (I guesstimate).
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I have read forums and stickies until I am crosseyed. I have downloaded benchmarks, tools, and all sorts of things. It is almost impossible to get the simplist info. What are the safe recommended temps for CPU and GPU? Why do I not have control of more then 1 of my 4 fans? Why do non of the tools I download allow me to change my multiplier? (Just learned about that here) CCC only allowed voltage and clock changes, MSI Afterburner only allowed clock changes and those were more restrictive then CCC. 1125mhz rather then 1175. I see people have theirs up to 1200 and more. What little thing have I NOT read over days of reading?

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Sorry. Yeah, If you have good cooling and it stay's under 62C, Clock her up, and volt it up also
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Sorry. Yeah, If you have good cooling and it stay's under 62C, Clock her up, and volt it up also
Thats irrevalent.

(I could be wrong)


You changed your post..


But the CII and CIII chips have the same voltage tolorance.

The only difference then is ~700MHZ between the top and base model.

Here find your CPU.

http://products.amd.com/en-us/DesktopCPUResult.aspx
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