Thread: E6600 @ 3.4
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Old 02-28-07, 08:24 AM   #28
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Default Re: E6600 @ 3.4

Originally Posted by Dazz
My E4300 loves voltage and doesn't half heat up 1.65v to get to 3.4Ghz but my nForce 680i chipset gets very hot. PWR's is like 96C under load and will crash!!! Need to get some chipset fans. At the moment my board as no active cooling. @ 1.5v i am at 3.2Ghz and my chipset is 76C underload. Then again my CPU is rated for 1.8GHz.
Isn't PWR your power supply temperature? If so, I'd replace that thing ASAP. Nothing in your system should be hitting 96C, let alone something with as many large volatile components as a power supply.
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