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Topic Title: Safe Zone For 2200 Thorton Temp.
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Created On: 02/21/2005 06:54 PM
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 02/21/2005 06:54 PM
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OmegaForte
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I bought a very adequate cooler for my brand new chip, A speeze(Now maxcool)...I forget, but it's got a green fan, 5500rpm, and just today, I saw a 57C..And It's never gone over 45, but then again, my room temp is 28C, And I've got a box fan set up for emergency cooling, Wasn't idle, full load, I need to know the safe zone for the temp, and if anyone's got any sucessful overclocks for the thorton 2200+, I'd like to get some info, since it's a locked processor, like fsb rates, yadda yadda..
 02/22/2005 12:30 AM
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It's within acceptable limits.

You must take into account your case cooling, and weather. If the weather is hot, you can expect temps to rise. If you lack the air flow in your case, then it means a starving processor. Not that you should worry, however. As long as you are not experiencing any stability problems.

As for overclocking, it really is a trial and error situation. If you need a guide to overclocking, you can find a good one right here' ">http://forums.amd.com/index.php?showtopic=16788.

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