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Created On: 08/09/2004 12:06 AM
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 08/09/2004 12:06 AM
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I just went out and ordered an 1.35V 35W 2400+ xp-m from newegg and I'm wondering how high I should be able to take it? I can keep my t-bred 2600 under 55C at load at 1.9V. Does any one know what an xp-m could do at 1.9V?

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 08/09/2004 04:37 AM
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With good cooling you could probably get it to 2.5Ghz, but how well you can overclock is dependent on many factors - so its quite difficult to just predict what you could achieve.

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