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Old 11-24-2007, 06:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Yeap , thing is what I don't get is those people OC to OC , not gain performance out of their PC 's and then use it on games, just for a 3dmark , could be fun if i had the cash.
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Well thats kind of what I did with my Q6600. I risked OC'ing it to 3.159 GHz on the stock cooler just for my 14,210 score, then I put it back to 2.83 for now -- I can't wait till I get a better cooler so I can get it to 3.4 permanently, or higher
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Well thats kind of what I did with my Q6600. I risked OC'ing it to 3.159 GHz on the stock cooler just for my 14,210 score, then I put it back to 2.83 for now -- I can't wait till I get a better cooler so I can get it to 3.4 permanently, or higher
well when you get the money, you know who to pm for the cooler!
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lol indeed indeed

eidt: Hey krazyq, how much do you think the difference between the cooler you are willing to send me (Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro for anyone else out there who may know the answer to my question) would be vs a thermaltake 120 extreme?
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