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Athlon XP 2100+ running to hot?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Stezza_nz, Feb 12, 2007.

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  1. Stezza_nz

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    I recently clocked my multiplier up a bit to push my CPU up from 2100 to 2200. The CPU is now running at close to 60 degrees Celsius (between 56 & 60) during intensive gaming. Is this too hot? I could add another fan to cool it down further but that fan sounds like an aeroplane.

    Also do you think I could push it further? It's running on an ASUS board (not sure the brand, can look it up). Maybe then I'd need to install a fan.

    Ta
     
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    Howdy,

    There is a very large CPU graveyard from Overclocking.
     
  3. Stezza_nz

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    Oh well I need an upgrade anyway! Just trying to squeeze some more juice so I can see another six months with this cpu. If I squeeze to hard then to biggie.
     
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