Effect of an accelerated iso-thermal aging (375 degree C x 66days, 375 degree C x 200days) on elastic-plastic fracture resistance curve were examined in SA533B low alloy steel. Fracture toughness test are conducted by unloading compliance method at room temperature. But the apparent negative crack growth phenomenon, usually arise in partial unloading compliance test. The phenomenon of negative crack growth may be eliminated by the offset technique. There is no effect of aging on J sub(IC) and dJ/da in iso-thermal aged (375 degree C x 66 days) specimen, but there is very little effect in iso-thermal aged (375 degree C x 200 days) specimen.