oh, so 47 is while running prime95? (full load) in that case those temps are excellent on stock cooling, you can definitely overclock that some without too much worry. Just take your time, up the overclock by small increments (+5mHz) and when you get an error in prime95 just increase the vcore by +0.05v until you can run prime95 for atleast an hour with an error, then up the clock a bit, then test, its a long and arduous process, but if you have another PC to surf the net on while you are OCing your main rig, it helps the time pass quicker (and you can get A LOT of BSing done on OCN's off topic area while you wait for the tests to run
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