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|13th February 2006, 06:01||#1|
venice core voltage w/ waterchilling
I have a waterchilling setup with my
athlon 64 3299+ venice core and have the
cpu pushed to 2.9ghz 1.7v and temp are
Should I up the voltage as long as the temps stay ok.
If so how much higher should I go.
I'm shooting for 3ghz
Any feedback would be appreciated.
|13th February 2006, 08:18||#4|
Should I add a gpu or chipset waterblock to this loop when i get a better pump
the water coming off the cpu block is still
very cold. The heat from the cpu is barely
enough to keep the water in the mini-fridge from freezing.
|15th February 2006, 00:39||#6|
Thanks jort will do once i get some more cash. I was wondering if you know
a. how low before onboard temp sensors become inaccurate
b.how inaccurate are they normally
|15th February 2006, 07:42||#7|
Join Date: Jun 2004
normaly the lanparty is pritty on track,
check with smarguardian or mbm5
2 => nobody can say normaly a few °C
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