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Old 02-21-2004, 01:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I just overclocked my pIII 600 MHz with an Asus P3V133 motherboard, up to 690 MHz. it is my first time and every web site says to not overclock more than a 15% or it may get too hot. but now that I am using it the temperature of the CPU haven't change a bit. why is that??? can I increase it more until I see some warmer temperatures??? thank you
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Help please!!
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what sort of cooling have you got? is the temp the same on peak usage?
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I would say no. At some time after using your pc for a while, your computer will overheat and drop.

If you are enthusiastic to Overclock your PC more, go up to 710mhz the Most. IF your system drops, go back down.

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yeh, if you want a dead CPU overclock it all you want
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