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Thread: Is it with using Air or Not?




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    Default Is it with using Air or Not?

    my friend sent me this link, http://sleektech.nl/~dm/temp/lga775/260lga.gif em just wondring if they overclocked this with using normal fan or with others like liquid nitro? em just wondring co'z many says this pros is locked for overclocking.
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    Default Re: Is it with using Air or Not?

    It states his cpu fan speed in the top right if you look... but the temperatures are outrageously low for that amount of overclocking. My guess is that he used his cpu fan plug on the motherboard for the case fan. He also could have just started the sytem... which is my best guess... Even with good contact between the cpu and heatsink its almost impossable to oc a 3GHz chip to3.9GHz with heat that low.
    So it could be any one of those situations or running some VERY good liquid cooling.
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    Default Re: Is it with using Air or Not?

    Especially with it being a prescott. Unless he had basically the top of the line or custom air cooler it is using a water cooler. BTW, liquid nitro is -196 degrees so his temps would be much lower if he had used it. Same with vapochills. They all give subzero temperatures.

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