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Old 05-18-2005, 01:37 AM   #11 (permalink)
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you guys are making me cry cuz of your good OC's with value ram


I don\'t play for fun, I play to win and winning is fun.
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Old 05-18-2005, 03:16 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well i'm probably not gonna OC for a while until i figure out what the heck i'm doing since i really have no clue. But if i do OC, how do i know if its stable or not. Also, what is a good idle temp for my CPU b/c right now its at 38-40 C? Also, my case only has 2 fans: one intake, one exhaust, and the exhaust is messed up right now b/c it wouldn't fit where anymore with my new PSU so i had to put it in the back of the case instead of in the top.

My rig (getting old):

Rosewill black case with 400W PSU (420W Thermaltake on the way)
MSI Nforce4-ultra Neo4 platnium
evga Nvidia 6600gt pci-e
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ winchester
Corsair ValueSelect 1 GB (2x512) RAM
Western Digital 80 GB SATA HDD (200 GB IDE coming soon)
AOpen combo drive
17\" LCD LG Monitor
Cheap Keys, Dell Mouse, no speakers

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