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Hunter32
11-01-02, 09:19 PM
I usually don't o/c my hardware, but I decided to o/c my cpu xp2000+ to a 2100+. I just raised my fbs up 5mhz. My qustion is 5mhz is not enough to do any harm or is it, I should beable to leave it there for awhile don't you think.

sbp
11-01-02, 09:47 PM
If you have decent cooling and the system is stable, its fine Rapture.

ReDeeMeR
11-02-02, 05:47 AM
Most importantly is the system temperature, if it doesnt exceed 60-65 C then it doesnt take any damage.

pelly
11-02-02, 08:48 AM
What are you using for a heatsink?

Standard retail one that came with it, or an aftermarket?

SnakeEyes
11-02-02, 07:06 PM
Actually, I have overclocked my 2100+ to 2200+ (closer to 2250, based on AMD's ratings scheme), and the temps only seemed to have gone up 3-4 C. Right now it's at 1825Mhz (1729 default for 2100+) and it's at around 31C, but I'm using a Swiftech MCX-462 cooler with a delta fan too. Yours should be fine, even with the stock cooler.

stncttr908
11-05-02, 12:04 PM
Yeah I must say that I'm pretty impressed with the stock cooling fan that AMD provides. I expected something much less productive, but after building 2 XP systems with retail CPUs, I'm sold on the stock cooling.

Hunter32
11-05-02, 05:41 PM
I'm using a Thermaltake Volcano 6cu with Artic silver 2. So far no problems.