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Arre these temps too high?

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my specs are in my sig.. my chipset reaches about 52-53C (48c idle) while playing gams like BF2/WOW.. are these temps ok or should i be worrying? My overclocks are as follows:

 

venice 3000 @ 2.48 V1.525 %110 (v1.64) FSB 275mhz

mem at 247mhz (running 180mhz) V2.8 LDT v1.3

chipset v1.5

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why you put your venice @ 1.64V

 

mine is running 2,41Ghz and its 1.350 +110% in bios which game me 1.46 and its rock stable

 

chipset temps are a bit high, mine are right now with a 22°C room temp

 

Cpu 30

Pwinc 34

chipset 40

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That chipset temp is in the normal range for the stock heatsink.

 

If you want to lower it replace the stock TIM with AS5.

 

If you want to lower more still and cut down the sound I'd recommend the Evercool VC-RE with AS5.

 

If you are interested in the Evercool and want info on it, search, using "advanced search", searching in "titles only", using "Evercool VC-RE". Plenty of information on the subject.

 

There is a "sticky" link at the top of the forums for a place to get it.

 

Good luck.

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why you put your venice @ 1.64V

 

mine is running 2,41Ghz and its 1.350 +110% in bios which game me 1.46 and its rock stable

 

chipset temps are a bit high, mine are right now with a 22°C room temp

 

Cpu 30

Pwinc 34

chipset 40

 

 

 

 

because mine is not remotelyclose to stable anythign lower

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