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first time 250 fsbx10 occt stable-it is safe?


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hi guys,

 

changing hal seems have given a new soul to my system...

 

i just got 250 fsb/2500 stable on occt. 1.875 v core, 47 deg full load.

 

but... it is safe to keep it in daily use?

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Many of the overclocking geeks here and in other fora have their so-called bragging benchies for the sole purpose of bragging :rolleyes: in contrast to their 24/7 clocks. This is based on the common logic that as you go higher ... higher vlotages ... highers fsbs ... higher temps ... the toll to your hardware's life expectancy may become greater.

 

So, ... your computer is expected to last longer if run within a more reasonable overclock, say within 10-20% of ratings. But I am sure some will dismiss that as rumor. :nod:

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NO your right and spot on Emil, my mind set though is "I like to run it full tilt and sod it if it goes tit$ up" LOL so yes i do run it at what it says in my sig 24/7. Linears at the most i would watch the temps, i like my temps to stay below 40C when i run my settings in sig 24/7, entirley up to you, i tell you what though if you can run those settings you have listed then i would be looking for a better cooling solution and i would be running what you have if not pushing for higher......Well done and GLuck.

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i did it with a pair of bh5 256x2.

yes my tccd can do it too, but with looser timings, at least 2.5-3-3-8

instead of 2-2-2-11

 

for loggan:

i really can't think to a better cooling solution, this question had drove me crazy...

the real problem is the ambient temperature,italy is too hot in summer...

but now ambient temp has dropped down, like about 25 and is more easy to reach good overclock.

 

i have already an sp97, with a 92 mm sunon 45 cfm

and my case temp during the bench at full load almost remain constant at 33/35 degrees on yesterday.

 

the only thing i will try is a more cfm capable cpu fan.

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Vantec Tornado 92mm (Downside is it sounds like a Harrier Jumpjet LOL)

 

Model: TD9238H

Dimension: 92X92X38 mm

Weight: 187 g

Rated Voltage: 12V

Rated Power: 12.5 W

Rated Current: 1.0 Amp

Fan Speed: 4800 RPM

Air Flow: 119 CFM

Noise: 56.4 dB(A)

Bearing System: Double Ball Bearing

 

http://www.vantecusa.com/product-cooling.html#

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oh, yes, i know that fan... but i think i'll never going to use it.

i don't like to feel like in an airport...except for holidays... :-)

 

but, i think for shure using that, temps will drop down by several degrees.

 

actually my system is almost silent, but i know that there is no possibility to have great performances and silence...maybe with a liquid cooling... but i prefer the simply air, is more maintenance free .

i think i will go for a samrtcase fan by thermaltake 92mm, it is reo controlled, temp controlled if you want,and at the max it give a rated 90 cfm

 

what do you think?

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"I like to run it full tilt and sod it if it goes tit$ up" ...... loggan

 

:sweat::sweat::P:P :nod: :nod: :shake: :shake:

 

Just like old times yeh !!!

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the real problem is the ambient temperature,italy is too hot in summer.....linears4

 

In the tropics, Italy will feel like autumn !!! :sweat:

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"I like to run it full tilt and sod it if it goes tit$ up" ...... loggan

 

:sweat::sweat::P:P :nod: :nod: :shake: :shake:

 

Just like old times yeh !!!

=================================================

 

the real problem is the ambient temperature,italy is too hot in summer.....linears4

 

In the tropics, Italy will feel like autumn !!! :sweat:

 

yes!! now it is so...

but in south, where i live, when is hot... is very hot, 43 celsius degrees, under a shadow..

i never been in philippines.. but i thought there was a lower but more constant temp. isn't it?

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