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New thermaltake silent boost ?

By Samstoned
Feb 18, 2005
  1. Just got in a silent boost heatsink and fan
    this is to cool a 2400+ on a m7vig-pro
    stock ht fan while running apps was bout 124 F all the time
    after I cleaned that up some while idle 119 up to 123 F with apps
    cleaned up and polished the silent boost after running for 2 hrs at idle or with apps I get only 114 F I would like to over clock just a little
    anyone think my temps are in the safe range to do this?
    I am clocked now default 1.999 mhz
    will the fact that I am using 133mhz sdram have an impact on system
    I can move to 266 ddram don't know if its worth it >
     
  2. fishhookz

    fishhookz TS Rookie Posts: 79

    Faster and quality RAM helps overclocking.

    Silent HSF's aren't designed for overclocking. They're great for stock speeds. The CPU can heat up when overclocked.

    My suggestion: get 266 or faster RAM if the mobo supports it.
     
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