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I want to go higher but.....is this good?

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Richard

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Jan 15, 2001
If you mean you want to try for a higher overclock. By all means, GO FOR IT! :)

It looks like you've got the heat dept. under control. The only question is. How much higher will the Duron allow?

Carmine_Paterno (Jul 25, 2001 07:01 p.m.):
I am full loading @ 39C-40C, and i want to go higher!
 

Quaky

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Jul 25, 2001
Go look at the specs of the duron CPU at www.amd.com the file says something about the max die temp, make sure you stay under this with quite a margin and you will be allright. Also note that CPU temps can rise rapidly with only a minor voltage boost. :cool:
 
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Carmine_Paterno

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Dec 21, 2000
I forgot to mention i want to raise my voltage to around 2v, and my chip up to around 1080+.

Would my cooling be sufficient or will i need to buy a svc golden gate or something like that?
 

AMDGuy

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Apr 10, 2001
Carmine_Paterno (Jul 26, 2001 01:00 p.m.):
I forgot to mention i want to raise my voltage to around 2v, and my chip up to around 1080+.

Would my cooling be sufficient or will i need to buy a svc golden gate or something like that?

My Duron 650 gets pretty warm at 2.0 V and 1001mhz. I'm running a custom water cooled setup. My idle is around 30C and my Full load is around 48C.