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|22nd June 2006, 22:08||#1|
Sudden Northwood Death Syndrome?
I want to push my day old processor higher but scared that SNDS might occur.
What is my safe max voltage? I use my system about 3-4 hours a day.
Right now here is my setup:
LGA775 P4506 (firstname.lastname@example.org) 1.6v (dual prime stable).
Max load temp is 48C/118F.
Ambient Room temp is 31C/88F.
cooling is a Triple Rad H20-120 water cooling setup.
CPU Right mark says Internal Vcore Requirement is at 1.388v.
thanks! thanks! thanks!
|22nd June 2006, 23:28||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2004
LGA775 is not Northwood, it's Prescott.
1.6V is pretty high for Prescott. 4.2Ghz is mighty good. Pushing further, your dad's computer will be yours, dead
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
|23rd June 2006, 03:13||#3|
What lazyman said. That's no Northwood, it's a Prescott. And Prescotts actually have a lower vcore than a Northwood, even if they tend to output twice the heat for it. I wouldn't go above 1.6v... I wish my Northwood would do 4ghz at 1.6v...
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