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Some Recomendations For Overclocking My P4..


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I just want to know if i should leave my cpu the way it is overclocked now ? Maybe i did something wrong? Right now its stable as hell Ive tested it at full load and idle. THe idle temp is 93 / f and the full load is 131 /f. As of now my cpu has been up for 1 week with out crashing on windows xp pro. Any suggestions or Tips that you have would be great. Thanks. Ill give a link for the results below that CPUZ gave me.

 

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Those temps don't seem at all bad to me.

 

Looks like a pritty good overclock so far. I don't have alot of experience with P4s, but you may beable to get a bit more out of that setup. Just up the FSB 5MHz or 10MHz and do some serious stability testing. Keep an eye on the temps as well.

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whats funny is these are the same temps that i had when my cpu wasnt over clocked :)

 

anyway my stats are

 

Msi Neo2-FIS2R

P4 2.6c @3.25 w/hyperthreading

Geil Ultra Series Value Dual Channel 184 Pin 512MB(256MBx2) DDR PC-3200 w/ Blue Heatspreader

2 Seagate SATA 160 GB RAID 0

2- 60 GB WD Hardrives

Pioneer A05 DVD/RW

Samsung 240b CDRW

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What is your vcore? Your temps will only rise when you raise the vcore, so if it was left at stock, the temps shouldn't get any higher.

 

That is a pretty good OC, what are your full system specs? Motherboard, RAM, PSU, etc...

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i guess you guys skipped over the pics i left hehe under pictures where i first startd on the thread but ill post again.

 

http://photobucket.com/albums/v374/DcMaN34...current=CPU.jpg

 

http://photobucket.com/albums/v374/DcMaN34...rent=memory.jpg

(Geil Ultra Series Value Dual Channel 184 Pin 512MB(256MBx2) DDR PC-3200 w/ Blue Heatspreader)

 

http://photobucket.com/albums/v374/DcMaN34...t=mainboard.jpg

 

 

thermaltake silent pure power 480 watts

Msi Neo2-FIS2R

P4 2.6c @3.25 w/hyperthreading

Geil Ultra Series Value Dual Channel 184 Pin 512MB(256MBx2) DDR PC-3200 w/ Blue Heatspreader

2 Seagate SATA 160 GB RAID 0

2- 60 GB WD Hardrives

Pioneer A05 DVD/RW

Samsung 240b CDRW

 

You can check the vcore from the pics i posted, its the next level up from stock :)

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