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Old 05-26-2008, 12:38 AM   #21 (permalink)
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holy jesus... 24C under load? no typo? ... I didn't even get 24C idle... 0_0
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Old 05-26-2008, 12:52 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Thats with a 60F ambient tho just keep that in mind.

At the normal 70F or so that my room is at during the day it idled around 29C with a mild overclock.

I love how since the core 2's came about a my mild overclock is 700mhz...

Jeez I remember when I had my old A64 I was happy when I got 300mhz out of it.
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lol... I was stuck with AMD for a while and those things did not overclock well at all... X2 vs C2D... jesus, is there even a question?
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24c's load... good gawd.

I'm defiantly going to have to w/c within the next half a year.
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24c's load... good gawd.

I'm defiantly going to have to w/c within the next half a year.
I'm sure that asipire's loop will cost a lot more then is in your range 0_0

I couldn't spend nearly as much as I would have liked to on my loop, so in the end, it really wasn't worth the hassle
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lol...easy on the x2's.....i was able to get my 3600 brisbane to 3.2 stable. thats almost a 70% overclock.
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How expensive is his loop?
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To buy new it would total about $320
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Ya, that's not an insane amount. Epically for your results.
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