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Old 10-03-2007, 05:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SYL\X/3K View Post
interesting.. only if i had a overclockable board for my p3 .
My old computer boards are overclockable. They rely on jumpers that are on the motherboard, so you select a frequency and multiplier.


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ya thats the old school stuff but it works pretty nicely , my old Athlon xp board had that too but i never had a chance to overclock since i fried on me

P3 Setup- Intel 1.0ghz , 512Mb SDRAM , ATI 9200 128MB, 2x 40GB HD, Asus CUSL-LV

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