overclocking question

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by garanzia, Oct 7, 2002.

  1. garanzia

    garanzia Guest

    i have celeron cpu with 950MHz. I just overclock it to 1007MHz following to : Bus -> 106MHz
    Pci -> 35.33Mhz
    ram-> 141.33Mhz

    [Asus PC Probe 2]
    My Board temp : 41 c
    my cpu temp : 35 c


    The Question --> It is safe to do this??.
     
  2. jumpy

    jumpy Guest

    garanzia, depends how good your RAM is, ie is it rated to run up to 150MHz, i run my ram at the same as clock speed, see my sig
    is that temp at full load?
    my cpu is 35c idle and 44c at full load
    i think that should be fine, as long as the cpu temp doesn't go too high
     
  3. jumpy

    jumpy Guest

    by the way garanzia, this should be in the overclocking section of the forum, please move it mr or mrs moderator
     
  4. dadx2mj

    dadx2mj Guest

    You sure you are reading those temps right? It is very unusual to see a board temp higher than the CPU temp. If your board or case temp is that high I think you need some more case fans.
     
  5. garanzia

    garanzia Guest

    it is normal temp for my board. although i overclock to 1286 it is still 44 c to 45c and cpu temp is around 35 c

    my spec:
    ASUS TUV4X r1003
    Intel Celeron 950MHz
    512 MB Kingston 133MHz
    riva tnt2 m64 32mb
    40GB IBM DTLA
    1 52X cdrom
    1 ricoh 8832 cdrw
    1 sony 16X dvdrom
    Sound Blaster Live 5.1
    aztech 56k modem
    Promise Ultra 133Mhz IDE Controller
    intel network card
     
  6. garanzia

    garanzia Guest

    it is normal temp for my board. although i overclock to 1286 it is still 44 c to 45c and cpu temp is around 35 c

    my spec:
    ASUS TUV4X r1005
    Intel Celeron 950MHz
    512 MB Kingston 133MHz
    riva tnt2 m64 32mb
    40GB IBM DTLA
    1 52X cdrom
    1 ricoh 8832 cdrw
    1 sony 16X dvdrom
    Sound Blaster Live 5.1
    aztech 56k modem
    Promise Ultra 133Mhz IDE Controller
    intel network card
     
  7. Taurus

    Taurus hardware monkey

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    haha... if you overclock higher and your board temp goes up but your cpu temp stays the same... they must be switched. trust me, your cpu is at 41° and board is at 35°.

    cpu temp could never be lower than board temp anyway.
     
  8. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    I agree. CPU is running at 41, and board is at 35. Kind of hard to imagine it the otherway around. Would be cool though :)