You can easily clock it to 1.42. I did the same, but added an Apple copper heatsink. I also added 2 small fans behind it and a pci slot fan. That will keep you temps down. The case is the problem. When I put mine in a G5 case (see my mod on this site), temps went way down. -maestro
Changing the case would be an option but that would include a lot of work and I'm not up for such a major mod. I don't know if you've read my previous post but I've currently got a small finned aluminium heatsink being cooled by both a 120 and an 80mm fan providing a total of about 100CFM. Also my current temperatures aren't even that high, CPU is currently 45.8°C according to temperature monitor.
EDIT: I would add the copper heatsink if it wouldn't cost me an arm and a leg to get it :s I might come accross it on eBay someday, who knows...
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