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Old 07-12-2004, 04:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All right guys first off i have a cheap 2.8ghz celeron (yea, celeron it was hella cheap so be quiet) and ive been stepping it up to 3.31ghz which i think is pretty good. The problem is i dont know if the temps i have for it are good for an overclocked machine or not so ill post them.
Clock Speed Idle Temp Load Temp
2.8ghz - 2.94ghz - 3.08ghz - 3.22ghz - 3.31ghz
33C - 33C - 33C - 33C - 33C
48C - 49-50C - 50C - 51-52C - 53C

So idle stayed around 33C and load went from 48C to 53C which i think are pretty good but if i go over 3.31ghz the system gets a bit unstable (the load program i used, Prime 95, started reading errors) so my question is this are these temps good and if they are should i try and go higher by upping the voltage to stabilize it and going further?
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Old 07-12-2004, 04:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Uh jus found out that i dont think i can change the voltage unless i dont know sumtin u guys do i have an asus p4s533-mx mobo if any thinks they know how to change the V please post
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have you checked the manual? I haven't seen a motherboard yet that you can't change the voltage on from asus
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I would try and get the best out of the CPU, go higher if you can but try not to damage the CPU

Nothing wrong with experimenting.

How have you done it so far? What is your FSB speed and Multiplier?
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Old 07-12-2004, 07:49 PM   #5 (permalink)
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my mobo is the p4s533 and im pretty sure u cant change the voltage but the processors locked at a crazy 28x so right now the bus is at 118 making it about 3.31ghz
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I would just leave it at 2.8 unless you really need that extra 5-10% performance at the cost of a lower life on the processor.
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Old 07-13-2004, 03:17 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I have the P4S533-X...and Im using a 20.8Ghz P4. Ive got it OC'ed to 3.2. The multiplier is at 21, strangly, and the bus speed i set it to is 148/34 or something... works fine, average temp is something like 30C idle and max 45C Gaming with farcry and such...

Try getting a better CPU Fan.
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