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Old 11-28-2004, 04:13 PM   #11
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Well lol you have no problems then in the heat side of things lol, and overclocking should not be a problem for you at all. Even if it doesn't get too hot though, i still wouldn't risk overclocking my CPU all that much....

The answer to how you oerclock is beyond me since I have never done it to my CPU. It is differnt to the makes. Some processors have some sort protecton so you can't opverclock without tampering, which can be done with a pencil with some... I'd make sure you get some good advice though abotu how to do it compltly before trying lol

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Kage, at 100 C, water boils......are you sure that's right? That's about 350 or 400 F.
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Kage, at 100 C, water boils......are you sure that's right? That's about 350 or 400 F.
didn't exactly say that, but yea, 100 C is a high number
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didn't exactly say that, but yea, 100 C is a high number
i overclocked to 2.9 and still stable. CPU temp varys from 93-96 Faherinhiet. Is that a good temp
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i overclocked to 2.9 and still stable. CPU temp varys from 93-96 Faherinhiet. Is that a good temp EDIT now the temp has went down to 89. Plus i have something called Asus Probe recording the history of the temp of the CPU and MB
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Old 11-28-2004, 08:26 PM   #16
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what cpu socket have u got and 50c is a good chance to keep it at a level, but say u overclocked to a 3.1 g id say may be it will stay around 35c to a 40c, get water cooling, and hook that baby to a CPU and then you can just OC it to a 3.3 and it will be 40c which mine has a amd athlon 2.2G IT WAS A AMD 64Bit 3000+ WHICH IS a standerd 2gig i overclocked it to a 2.2, IF it was a pentium it would be about a 3.3g somet like that, but december the 5th i am ordering a water cooling system which is 150 pound dont no in $ about $300 just say, any way make your pentuim worth living if you dont have any cash but if you wont to take the piss out off pentium send them a burnt PENTIUM and a fresh AMD lol. ONLY joking but 100c WOW your pc must live in some kind of ice machine who ever said get it to a 100c soomet like that (lol) what would it be a 10g bleeding CPU love to not.
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100c is pretty high, the average of my PC overclocked is 35-40 degrees celsius
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lol i was only sayin the averages froma few sites.. maybe a few wern't accurate enogh, or even got there celcius n farenheit mixed up lol...or even i did, i'm not sure. But I'm sure that CPU's can last quite a bit b4 they'l boil down lol. I know mine runs now at 50-56, and i know that when i get the new processor,i'll be recieving more like 60-70..

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lol i was only sayin the averages froma few sites.. maybe a few wern't accurate enogh, or even got there celcius n farenheit mixed up lol...or even i did, i'm not sure. But I'm sure that CPU's can last quite a bit b4 they'l boil down lol. I know mine runs now at 50-56, and i know that when i get the new processor,i'll be recieving more like 60-70..

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But mine i don't get, does anyone know the average temp for a Pentium 4 2.8ghz processor. It seems too low for how much i am overclocking it i mean, i went up from 2.8 to 3.3 for christs sake, and it looks like i can boost it up to 3.6 without the processor frying. The averae temp of my procesor must be low
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I'd say you must have very good cooling, because you're average temp is really low! lol

I dont know much about overclocking in terms of processor though, but you should be able to, yes lol

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