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Buckichiro

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I think I have reached the limit of what I am comfortable with, so I need some answers. I want to be able to join the 900 club!!
What is the max temp and voltage to safely operate in? Thanks

Cu-mine 600e OEM

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Professur

Professur

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#2
You kinda need to tell us the CPU make, dude.

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Buckichiro

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I thought everyone would have been watching the earlier posts from today, but it is a pentium III cumine 600e OEM.
 
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Goffenheimer

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Hey Todd, when did you get that coppermine? Did you get rid of the 300a? I really can't help you out because I have not gone to the coppermine yet. I would search through some of Big Lar's, Bladerunner's, Niteowl, or Maxout's old posts and see what they have there voltage at.

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Big Lar

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As far as temp goes.... seems like when the processor hits about 55f/ at extreme high fsb speeds, your done. As to voltage, It all depends on the individual cpu,But a general Rule of thumb, is to not go higher than .2 volts, or in your case, 1.85 volts....

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Help me get this Boot outta my azz!!!!
 
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Buckichiro

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Toolbox, I thought I already posted that, but it is a cumine 600e oem.

Goff, Just got it yesterday afternoon. I REALLY need to get my brother hoppin' on that water block now!
I still have the 300, but it's getting retired. I will probably test the waterblock on that one first


Looks like 888 will run stable but that's about it. It will get 99% of the way into win98 at 901, but then I get explorer errors. I hope it is just the heat.

This heat sink is a really cheap one, its aluminum but it feels like it's made of paper. What is the best alpha to get?

Thanks for the help guys!
 
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Machupo

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buckeye, i think what tb is asking for is the S code


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Buckichiro

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#9
its an SL3H6

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saltedeggman

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#12
The PEP66'd rubber leg might give you some trouble clipping onto the sloket. Just becareful.

salt
 

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