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Soja

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Jan 24, 2001
Location
OC, CA
can u post me your results with it:
1. cpu speed
2. vcore
3. ambient/cpu temps
4. original or rev1 mc462

im gettin kinda crap with this thing. 1495mhz 1.85vcore - 27C case, 43 cpu
 

QSW

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Dec 20, 2000
1)1.56ghz
2)1.85v
3)ambient : 28.8 (measured by DD5)
CPU : 38 idle 43 load (measured by MSI PC Alert 3)
4)Original
 

Random Horowitz

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Dec 27, 2000
1.13 T-bird 27C at idle
37C Full load
Ambient was at 25C
1.725
3.4v

Overclocked it 12X113= 1360 44C at full load
30C idle
1.85
3.9v

The thing rocks awesome heat sink. Remember you using air cooling here not sure what you expected.
 

Froggy1

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May 3, 2001
What is your ambient air temperature when you are taking these measurements? That will be one of the biggest factors of the cooling performance! For me with a Swiftech MC-370/A I can get my CPU temp to within 10 degrees ambient temp! That is impressive in my book and your heatsink is even crazier;although your CPU emits more heat :) Also do you have good case cooling to get cooler air into the case? Food for thought!
 

Aman99

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Mar 14, 2001
Soja (May 12, 2001 01:56 p.m.):
im gettin kinda crap with this thing. 1495mhz 1.85vcore - 27C case, 43 cpu

1495 mhz is crap?! Not in my book, that is a very high overclock.

Aaron
 
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Kryten

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Aman99 (May 19, 2001 01:20 p.m.):
Soja (May 12, 2001 01:56 p.m.):
im gettin kinda crap with this thing. 1495mhz 1.85vcore - 27C case, 43 cpu

1495 mhz is crap?! Not in my book, that is a very high overclock.

Aaron

It's all relative to where you start... if you start a 200MHz it's brilliant if you start at 1480 it's less then impressive.