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Old 29-04-10, 03:03 PM
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is this normal?

ok guys i have a question to you

is it normal that my CPU (athlon 64 3200+ oced to 2.53 ghz @ 1.45v bsods at 62c? how ever the bios target temprature is 72c

or is my CPU busted?

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Old 29-04-10, 03:31 PM
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It should only bsod if its clocked too far tbh. Probs just unstable.
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Old 29-04-10, 04:20 PM
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The target temperature isn't the temperature you're aiming for, its just the temperature the ios is trying to keep it below (which is too high IMO). Sounds like an unstable overclock as TTL said.

Perhaps lower the clock speed, as that Vcore is pretty high, or check that the memory can support the speed you're giving.
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