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    how far would be to far im kinda new to overclocking so can some one tell me how to oc my vid card and what to set it to???

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    i asked that too and they told me to read more about OCing and fallowing simple steps, i just wanted to tell you what they told me, and in the end mabe just mabe it might help you to
    im back on the poopy computer for 2 weeks ( grounded)

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    theres a GPU overclocking sticky up top that should help, just up the clocks bit by bit as the sticky suggests, and don't forget to post your 3D mark results of your rig (look to my sig for details).

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    my gpu runs at 135 not even over clocked:/

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane99 View Post
    my gpu runs at 135 not even over clocked:/
    is that to hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane99 View Post
    is that to hot?
    as long as its not C its probly deg F see cuz im in canada and its all C up here i think 135 translats into 45 50 C which is what im running under load atm well 56-60

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    if it's 45-50c then its running as expected.

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    sorry im a bit off 135 is 56.6 but i think thats still not too hot my conroe says it can hit 85c befor it goest to **** but i think ill try to keep it under 65c sooo i need to get some new cooling befor i oc any more

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    sorry im a bit off 135 is 56.6 but i think thats still not too hot my conroe says it can hit 85c befor it goest to **** but i think ill try to keep it under 65c sooo i need to get some new cooling befor i oc any more
    i'd try and keep it as near to 50c as possible at load, i wouldn't like running around 65c load in an overclocked system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameson View Post
    i'd try and keep it as near to 50c as possible at load, i wouldn't like running around 65c load in an overclocked system.
    ok time to lower the clocks a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by smith View Post
    ok time to lower the clocks a bit
    lmao its at default not over clocking till i get water cooling =p

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    what load temps you getting at default? what cooler you on, the stock cooler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameson View Post
    what load temps you getting at default? what cooler you on, the stock cooler?
    stok cooling :/ thats at the boot scrteen for 10minutes its seems to stay at 55c 135f just got an os well see wat happens :/

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    get core temp to check your temps, thats much more accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameson View Post
    get core temp to check your temps, thats much more accurate.
    were do i get that?




    p.s yay!!!!!!!!! my new comp has an os weee its so fuking fast !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yay!!!!!!!!! btw the nvidia drivers fixed the heat thing!!!!!!!!

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    don't swear

    what do you mean when you say OS?

    and you can get core temp here: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

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