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    XP2500m recommended temp

    right, had this for a while and its now sitting at 2445mhz, about 47/48 normal use

    my mates running a XP2500 normal and its at 55, and goes up to 60 sometimes on a hot day but has no stability issues

    now say i wanna overclock this like a mofo, whats the highest temp i can take it to without risking damage?
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    I sit at around 53->60 on my Barton - still stable, has been for >6 months.

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    I'd personally stick below 55c full load as a matter of principle.

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    It really is also very dependant on how hot the room is. I'd say your right there though Layzeh, 55 on load is a good maximum to set yourself - especially with the way some boards report the temp.

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    I would say that you could go to 60/65...but causing that much heat you must be putting quite a bit extra voltage through it...so that maybe more of a factor that the actually heat.

    If you are gonna overclock it more prolly a good idea to think of some other cooling, as i take it you are using air?
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    yup, aero lite 7 i got

    and 3 case fans


    currently at 2448mhz i think, and about 53.5c idle, im at 1.875Vcore, i might raise it to 1.925 later on to hit 2500
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