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    Normal temps for A64 3200?

    ok im running overclocked at 222FSB with 1.55V, cooled by a Thermalright SLK948U with low noise 92mm Ystech fan, case has a 120mm fan front and rear both running 7v, under that Ive my 9800 PRO with a Zalman ZM80C heatpipe cooler with a 80mm fan blowing on it.
    At full load im getting 57 degrees, heatsink is defo making full contact however the base doesnt fully cover the heatspreader with a slight area at one side exposed.
    SO normal temps for air cooling?
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    i got a XP3000 (a64) and at stock it runs at 37C on load (with stock cooler)
    64Bit XP3000,Jetway S755Max Mobo, 512Mb DDR333 Generic (ebuyer) ram, NEC A1300 DVD rw -/+
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    Sounds like your mobo isnt reporting the correct temp
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    i guess i get about 45C load.
    so i guess urs is rite btw mines a 3400
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      • 256gb Samsung SP941, 1tb MX500 Crucial SSD, 240gb Intel 730 SSD
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    cheers, I prolly need a little more airflow
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