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Old 3rd January 2004, 14:25   #11
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and yes, I've put heatsinks on the mosfets and have a 80mm papst blowing air on them, they don't get hot

edit: don't mind that 124C temp, i was messing with sensors :d
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case 26, CPU 39, ambient, too cold to sith without extra's (got gloves lying next to me in case my hands get numb, and my feet just are numb)
I haven't noticed much more OC in this baby. But I'm not willing to puch 1.8V on my CPU. I tried just after the hot summer, but there was 0.0% improvement. FSB is still limited by the chipset I think. And the multi won't go above 11.
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Old 4th January 2004, 10:55   #16
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yesterday my system temps were around the -1C
and my processor was around 5C full load @2350Mhz 1.65V(amdbarton 2500+),But i coudn't get it stable @2400 (1.7v) even with those tempertures.
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