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Windows 7: e6550 2,33ghz OC to 3,36ghz

13 Sep 2010   #1

Windows 7 proffesional 64bit
e6550 2,33ghz OC to 3,36ghz

Was reading google some forums about e6550 moust of ppl OC it to 2,8ghz .
Would it be safe to overclock with until 3,36ghz? temp usualy is 43dgrees so faar.

My System SpecsSystem Spec

13 Sep 2010   #2


What CPU cooler are you using? If you're using the stock cooler, then it's best not to.
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 e6550 2,33ghz OC to 3,36ghz

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