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Old 01-06-2010, 05:35 PM   #451 (permalink)
 
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Sorry, but I've formated the PC this weekend and lost all the links, can't check the history. I thought I've kept the links on my bookmarks but no.
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Here's my effort so far on getting my rig prime stable. Will probably give a little more voltage and push for 4.6GHz stable in a bit.
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Can anyone help me OC my budget build? I'm using the stock cooler right now, my case is pretty small, but I think I might fit a AC7.. well here's my rig.

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I would set the Command Rate to 1T even if it means raising the other timings a little
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I would set the Command Rate to 1T even if it means raising the other timings a little
no can do on the gigabyte P45s.
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Bummer, that blows
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There was practically no difference on my old X48 between 1T and 2T. There are other ways of getting mem performance.
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Finally settled on my 24/7 clock....got a nice balance between CPU freq., vcore, and memory performance

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Was hoping to run GTA4 but may not be able to.Can my cpu( Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz) OC?Will that run the game?I also only have 1.2gb DDR2 Ram , GeForce 9500GT 1gig memory.On "Can You Run It" site,the following is the results I get for cpu:
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You Have: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz
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