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Is this a good temperature for an OCed Athlon?

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April 25, 2001 4:37:45 AM

I OCed my 1000Mhz Athlon (10x100) to 1333Mhz (10x133) and my temperature went from an average cruising temp of 37 to 38 C up to 42 to 43 C and under some heavy stress of UT it went up to about 45 C, is this good temperature? Am I alright doing this? Also just a tid bit, my MB temp is at 32 C under UT load.
Anonymous
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April 25, 2001 5:24:07 AM

I posted one in this forum a few days ago asking if my 54 C was too high that my Asus probe was giving me, this is totally different, I've now lowered it to 38C, then overclocked and it runs about 41 to 43 C at 1333Mhz, sorry to be a bother, I just wanted to know what the norm was, jeez, helpful forums these are... [shakes head]
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April 25, 2001 6:18:36 AM

Um... I don't think so.
Here's what you posted at 04/23/01 10:33 PM (according to my time zone).

TOPIC: Is this good temperature for an OCed Athlon?

I OCed my 1000Mhz Athlon (10x100) to 1333Mhz (10x133) and my temperature went from an average cruising temp of 37 to 38 C up to 42 to 43 C and under some heavy stress of UT it went up to about 45 C, is this good temperature? Am I alright doing this? Also just a tid bit, my MB temp is at 32 C under UT load.

Looks to me to be the same as what you're posting here.
And you got a few replies in that thread!
Please check back with the questions you ask instead of posting them repetitively!


Rob
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Anonymous
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April 25, 2001 5:37:26 PM

I basically only got two replies, one from you and one from some other guy (and his was mainly about his Orb) I was just wanting more different people to reply, cause basically I only got one reply (yours.) Sorry for hacking you off.
April 25, 2001 5:40:49 PM

Well...just so you know, my own non-O/C'd T-bird 1.333 hovers around 40 degrees. Doesn't seem to have a problem with it. I'd say your temperature is perfectly normal for a T-bird.

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