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Old 08-15-2005, 10:07 PM   #11
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Old 08-15-2005, 11:09 PM   #12
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Well, the besty Ocers were with a P4...I think it was a 3.8GHZ to 7GHZ CPU..lots of cooling there

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Old 08-16-2005, 02:27 AM   #13
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Well, the besty Ocers were with a P4...I think it was a 3.8GHZ to 7GHZ CPU..lots of cooling there

Find me a guy who OC his CPu to 1+THZ and I'll show him a huge hammer
that used 3 vapo-chill mech's... Have you seen that cooling stuff? lmao. The price for cooling the computer itself is probably too expensive either way... Why not just buy a faster computer? It could cost you less in the long run :P (although it IS cool to have such a damn fast compy)

If you overclock about 0.1 ghz, and you leave it on for say... one hour (so it gets fairly heated... crack up a buttload of proggy's etc etc) then check it's temperature... Overclock it another 0.1 ghz, could it go up a great deal of temperature from adding on another 0.1 ghz?

In otherwords... say you have a 2.0 ghz compy running at 50 deg C, and you OC it up a 2.2, and it runs at 54 deg C now, oc it a tad more to 2.4, would it be possible for it to jump up to something like 70 deg C in that case?
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