There is no doubt I can, I just don't see any real need to push that hard 24/7. And as for the mediocre results, I was talking more of the temps than the OCing. C2D CPU's don't seem to have the stability issues with higher temps like the AMD64 CPU's did. And lower temps, unless they are sub-zero, don't seem to help these C2D CPU's push higher than good air. I had the Arctic Freezer 7 PRO and it was simply awesome for the cost. I have more fun building the water loop than I do OCing now. Once I make the jump to a Quad core I will be happy I am running water. These dual core C2D's just run nice and cool so they don't really need extreme cooling for great results.
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