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Old 06-09-2005, 06:22 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hey nubius I'm gonna pretty get the same set up well I was wondering do you have almost any clue what those sticks you recommended would OC too with ramsinks on?
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u know anywhere in australia where i could get them?
Since I don't live in australia I would have absolutely no clue.

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Hey nubius I'm gonna pretty get the same set up well I was wondering do you have almost any clue what those sticks you recommended would OC too with ramsinks on?
OC'ing is always luck of the draw, I can't possibly have any idea...they need large amounts of voltage so RAMsinks will help, a lot more than heatspreaders would, but a fan actively blowing on them would be sufficient as well
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http://www.techist.com/showthread.php?threadid=49155 look at bottom of this thread under --Ships to anywhere---- Buy for Australia. Good luck
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