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Old 09-30-2006, 09:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Got my system running and just used the O/C 20% option off the bat to break it in and check the temps. Temps are good seems to stay at 32C and 45C loaded up. You can see what I have from my sig so what is the max or optimum settings I should strive for? I had the cooler already and I guess I need to get a better one because this one probably does not do much better than stock.

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from what i've seen, people are going over by 1 ghz on stock cooling, so you should be able to get to 3.4 to 3.6 ghz on air if skilled enough at oc'ing

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Also post in the Conroe OC thread instead of making a new one.

they will help you out in that thread.

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