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Old 10-23-2003, 09:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I successfully overclocked my p4 2.8 to 3.18 ghz. No hardware or software issues at all. if i went higher i would start having problems. my cpu temp right now is 22C/71F.
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good for you bro!!! and oh!..this is my 1000th post!! yipee!!
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Old 10-23-2003, 11:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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why does it run so cool? damn, my processor isn't currently overclocked and it's running at like 42 C
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Old 10-23-2003, 11:35 PM   #4 (permalink)
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my proc is too. AMD athlon XP 2500+ is running around 40 C
But im getting a thermaltake smartfan II(or vantec tornado) to put on my heatsink instead of the crappy 60mm 25cfm fan that i have on there. that should lower the temp some. i am wondering, can some1 give me an example of what 55DBA sounds like? a hair blower? A jet engine? An F5 "Finger of God" tornado?
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heh, i found a scale


dB Sound
0 threshold of hearing
10 pin dropping at 10 m
20 soft whisper
30 library
40 quiet conversation
50 normal conversation
60 a busy office
70 vacuum cleaner
80 inside a small car
90 lawn mower
100 large orchestra
110 rock music
120 boom stereo in car
130 earphones up loud/ jet plane
140 air raid siren
150 military rifle
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you guys realize you are comparing pentium4 and XP temps? they are not the same thing. your processors are running at very cool, normal temps.
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but the 22 C is quite low for an overclocked P4..unless he has airconditioning near the pc or vapochill or something..can you please confirm, jrice.

i live in the tropics and my friend's 2.8 p4 runs at stock and at a constant 34C under full load.
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but my bios say 50 C and my hardware monitor(in windows) says 40C, so which one do i trust?
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well one reason it is so cool is that im running with 6 case fans. They seem to work very well.
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jrice...is your p4 on stock processor fan?
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