Palmino Question

Discussion in 'Benchmarks & Performance' started by Anakist, May 15, 2003.

  1. Anakist

    Anakist Way too much time here...

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    I bidded on a 2000 Pal before I knew it was a pal. What am I likely to get as an OC on this? As soon as I can, I am buying a TbredB 2200 so OC isn't an issue as yet, I am just curious. I know they are crap, but what are some numbers??

    James
     
  2. canadian_divx

    canadian_divx Canadian_divx

    1.8ghz but witha volcano 11 heatsink and a tornado fan on it, it still hit 60 and that was my limit
     
  3. Anakist

    Anakist Way too much time here...

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    Hmmm. I think I will run it stock then. It is really hot here during summer, so I think I will leave it.

    Thanks.

    James
     
  4. Bretenn

    Bretenn Guest

    here, everyday that hot!!! errr... !!!
     
  5. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    60 ! :eek:

    dang... I oc my 1900+ to 1800mhz and my temp is barely over 40C...

    just make sure anakist that you have appropriate cooling :)

    a good swiftech cooler will pay dividends due to low noise/good cooling...

    if you are looking to oc alone... stick with perhaps the t'bred b you are getting... the pally's you have to get lucky with sometimes... though I certainly think 1.8ghz is a very achievable clock :D
     
  6. Anakist

    Anakist Way too much time here...

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    Bretenn, where are you from? I am in tropical australia, and in a basin like LA, so It get really hot and humid here.

    Sazar, I have a millennium 7727 case and it looks pretty good for cooling. I am going to put a fan on one side and ther are two spaces for exhaust fans plus the PSU one. I might cut a hole on the bottom of my PSU and put a small 60mm maybe fan in there.

    James
     
  7. Bretenn

    Bretenn Guest

    MALAYSIA.... :D
     
  8. Taurus

    Taurus hardware monkey

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    just some cooling advise... if you can, put an 80mm or 92mm fan in there. the bigger the better. a bigger fan will move more air and make the same amount of noise as a smaller fan. or the bigger fan can move the same amount of air and make less noise. :)
     
  9. Anakist

    Anakist Way too much time here...

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    Yeah I am just thinking in general terms at the moment. Found a space in the front for a 120mm intake fan so that will be the first one to go in.

    James
     
  10. canadian_divx

    canadian_divx Canadian_divx

    but just rember that it can only get as cold as the room temp, that is why when it gets hot as hell here we have centrial air to make it nice and cold LOL
     
  11. canadian_divx

    canadian_divx Canadian_divx

    but yea if you want a nice cooling with basicaly a stock fan use electrothermic cooling, they are at a good price now in most places and it can put it down to like -6