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Overclock procesor athlon 64 2800 +?

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There are a bunch of guides out there to help you with the overclocking process.But bear in mind that you will loose your warranty as son as you change the frequency cycles. Also make sure that your system can withstand the excessive heat that will be generated by the processor.You should arrange some alternative cooling system like liquid coolers,Highgraded thermal insulation pastes or atleast a couple of additional coolant fans. Go through this.... http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/102

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Research, research, and research some more before trying to overclock.

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Hi there
The processor will become critical at around 49c - 54c, but that shouldn't matter.
If you are wanting to overclock it you should be looking at more cooling for the system, a bigger fan and heat sync for example.
also set a fail-safe in the bios for the system to shut down near critical temperature.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!

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@johnhercus26
pls let me remind you that overclocking voids your pc's warranty.you will need to enhance the cooling solutions for the device you will overclock plus the cooling solutions for the CPU case, every time you overclock, more heat is produced by the device you are overclocking. also you have to make sure you have power headroom..., a higher wattage CPU power supply. plus the risk that you may toast your pc or lessen its usable life. overclocking is for advanced users so pls take extra caution if you will do it.. for guide and instructions pls click here and goodluck! >>> http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1804

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Do a specific search in google for your processor and overclocking.

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