Also Grizely has a thunderbird 750 running happy at 1020. That's a good value!
March 17, 2001 11:28:11 PM
thats the coolest p3 ive ever seen.
most of my friends run oc'd at 60 degrees cel. with there p3's, what are you cooling it with?
a friend of mine just went to great lengths to lower his temps from 70 to 77 degrees cel. to 56 to 60 degrees celcius.
he will really apreciate some facts and specs .
My PIII733 running 148Mhz@815 gives me 41-42 degrees and it's been running SETI for the last 12 hours straight...
At rest it's down to ~ 31 degrees.
60s and 70s is way too high! I'm currently just using stock hsf right now hence I have the case side off and a 20" house fan at low setting blowing air over the mobo and cpu. Looking to get a silverado if I can find anone that'll ship to Japan.... (
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I would be packing if it was over 60c but anyway the fsb is
150mhz nd the cpu fan is standard intel .Still I cant get
the cpu higher than 960mhz without you know what.Dare i say the athlon could be my next buy ...................
March 18, 2001 4:05:24 AM
How's an aircooled(fop38)1200@1460, 29Cidle(websurfing)-44C full load sound?
Screw the risks! -Street
-AMD 1470Mhz-Abit KT7A-Raid-256Mushrev3-Fop38
some of these temps sound really cool, like the onces that give below 40c under full load. i think that these motherboards (especially the abit kt7's) have problems with the position of the temperature probes, most arent close enough to the processor to give accurate readings
my little 550e @814 148 fsb runs 29-32 idle 48 -52 full load, like hosting a 6 player lan game.and i play at 1280x1024 max detail. this is with a coolermaster with 26cfm sunon fan. a lot of it has to do with case cooling.