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Thread: Highest Possible Oc For Amd 2400




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    The Aeroflow performs near identical to the Swiftech heatsinks, which beat the Volcanos.

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    What type of excess noise is paired with the AeroFlow?

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    Well mines about 12 inches away right now and I can't hear it over my typing. Its keeping my 3ghz processor at 35c at the moment.

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    I'm just saying if you try to get a decent o/c on a volcano 7 or even an volc 11, you're out of your mind. They're not meant for that.

    The aeroflow will far outperform any volcano and is fairly cheap too. If you dont want to shell out $50 for a swiffy and another $15 for a fan, the aeroflow is the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovereignty
    I'm just saying if you try to get a decent o/c on a volcano 7 or even an volc 11, you're out of your mind. They're not meant for that.
    I again disagree. My 7+ is keeping my 1700+ @ 166X12 1.7Vcore @35C, on medium, case temp 29C room temp 26C

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    Then your bios temps are way off. My 1700 at the same speed with only 1.4v with an MCX462+ and 80mm tornado w/ Shin Etsu idles at 43 (temp probe on back of motherboard).

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    Sorry m8, but those temps are right.

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    How do you know? The only way to get accurate temps is with a physical temp probe. The only thing bios temps are good for is comparison, i.e. using two different heatsinks on the exact same board/cpu/bios version. The actual temps are way off on ANY board. Do you really think your CPU is only 10 degrees over ambient @ 1.7v with a cheapo heatsink?

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