Where to start...hm
Let me start off by saying, i have never had the grapes to overclock anything. Ive been a bit scetchy over the whole issue, no matter what component of the computer.
First off, my Video card, a 6600GT, run at a ridiculous temp of 55C Idle. As of tommorow that will be fixed though. My Zalman ZM80D should arrive early tommorow morning. Now, weather or not that will help my temp situation alot im not sure, only people with exp can tell me that. So, if i install the Zalman ZM80D will i be able to OC my video card higher then what its set at now? as it says in my sig i OC'd it a tiny bit and got some better results but then i quickly put it back to normal because i was a bit nervous of frying something or other (yea yea i know)
Second, my CPU runs at about 35-38C Idle as of right now. Ive been eyeing a Zalman heatsink for some time now, the one everyone recommends (dont got the name right now). i may order it depending on my research. my question is, what is the purpose of OCing the CPU? obviously performance, but in what aspect? everything?
And lastely, is the CPU and Vid card the only components you can OC? cant you OC your RAM too?
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