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Old 05-26-2006, 06:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default im getting a fx5500 256mb wut should i do?

what should i do first to the card? i plan on ocing it but i dont know if i need some extra cooling
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Throw it away?

lol, I'm just kiddin.

I'd say get a Zalman HSF for it, then overclock as much as possible.
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voltmod it! well, if anyone even bothered to figure out how
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it's my only vid card cept for the one that i had which is a nvidia vanta 16mb.. and wut heatsink do u prefer for the fx5500?
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it's my only vid card cept for the one that i had which is a nvidia vanta 16mb.. and WHAT heatsink do u prefer for the fx5500?
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I'd say get a Zalman HSF for it, then overclock as much as possible.
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i know but which zalman is best? im new to that stuff..
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What's the rest of your setup? Why an Fx5500?
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well im trying to sell my external enclosure for 40 dollars and pay off the card. thats the only rather good one i could efford.... and my computer is a 733mhz cpu, 512mb of ram, windows xp, and 13 gig hdd
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Wow that computer sounds allot like my first one 800mhz P3 384 MB ram and a 5500FX with a 20 GB HDD and windows XP.

If you havent allready bought the card I have one to sell.
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how much u want for it? and it has to be 4x agp atleast
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