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Old 08-07-2010, 08:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Safe to OC with my psu?

I just got a new gtx460 and I'm thinking about overclocking it. Probably gonna OC my proc too. My psu is an older PC Power & Cooling 510 Turbo. It was designed for SLI and I've been running a 7900GTX with it. You think it's sufficient enough to OC cpu and gpu?

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Yeah, it's probably fine.

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generaly you can get a pretty go OC without changing the voltage so yeah, you should be fine
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