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    Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking

    I have Overclock my Amd x2 4000 + has 2.52 ghz it warms to 50 degrees
    What is its maximum temperature ? currently it between 45-50 Degrees and i was thinking tweaking it a bit more, so what will the safe temperature to maintain while doing this pls help Any kind of Suggestion are Welcome

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking ?

    Try not to exceed 60 C to Cause any Problem to your motherboard to play it safe

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking ?

    The Maximum External Temperature for your Amd X2 4000 + Would Be From 61 to 78 so you better do not Exceed 60 as said by supercop

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Omari View Post
    The Maximum External Temperature for your Amd X2 4000 + Would Be From 61 to 78 so you better do not Exceed 60 as said by supercop
    So thank you lol ok I avoid exceeding the 60 degree and also tell a good way to check my Temperature on my AMD Athlon x2 4000+ except for BIOS? Need a good way to find my LOAD temp for overclocking

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking ?

    Quote Originally Posted by MACAWI View Post
    So thank you lol ok I avoid exceeding the 60 degree and also tell a good way to check my Temperature on my AMD Athlon x2 4000+ except for BIOS? Need a good way to find my LOAD temp for overclocking
    Try the monitoring software that came with mobo, cross reference with reality check, and other monitoring apps... (speed fan, ntune, AOD, etc)

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking

    I tried Overclocking it more It works fine for 30 min to 1 hour after that the temperature raises to 75C and shut down.Tested Orginal Heat Sink Fan with AMD x2 4000+ is working fine.But, AMD x2 4000+ is giving problem.
    pls help

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    Re: Maximum Temperature for Amd X2 4000 + Overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by MACAWI View Post
    I tried Overclocking it more It works fine for 30 min to 1 hour after that the temperature raises to 75C and shut down.Tested Orginal Heat Sink Fan with AMD x2 4000+ is working fine.But, AMD x2 4000+ is giving problem.
    pls help
    Check whether that heat sink is in contact with the processor properly. If this problem keeps on recurring, carefully remove the heat sink, reapply the thermal paste and put the heat sink back again.

    Mine is an Athlon64 X2 4400+ and temp. has never gone above 51 degree C and that too in the afternoon in 40 degree C outside.]

    For thermal paste, you can refer to this URL:
    http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/cont...docs/26951.pdf

    Shin Estu G 749 is officially approved AMD thermal paste. Unless you can afford to lose void your warranty do not use Artic silver.

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