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Old 02-20-2008, 06:34 PM   #21 (permalink)
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well for cpu i think he could save more money and get the e2200 instead and oc easily to 2.6 or 2.8 on stock volt, EASILY

if your willing to spend money for the e6750, you might as well get the 8400.
yeah, but since it was considered,I thought I would throw out it is a great choice
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Old 02-20-2008, 06:38 PM   #22 (permalink)
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yeah, but since it was considered,I thought I would throw out it is a great choice
man youve been all over the e8400 ever since you got it!!!

i bet your enojoying overclocking it!
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yeah, if only I had xp to do some benchmarks in. I got almost 14000 at 4ghz with no gpu oc. I am looking for your score. Idk if my dual can beat your quad, even at 4.5. maybe I can get a 4.7 for a suicide or something ;D
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yeah, if only I had xp to do some benchmarks in. I got almost 14000 at 4ghz with no gpu oc. I am looking for your score. Idk if my dual can beat your quad, even at 4.5. maybe I can get a 4.7 for a suicide or something ;D
well just install xp just for benchmarking...
and i dont think you will ever beat my score with a dual, you might get close but thats about it.

im surprised i beat mgcooks ultra score.
i could go higher but i was too tired and freezing in my room since i had the windows open to keep my pc cool.
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haha. I hope to get past 16K, that is my goal. it will be really cold the next few days, so maybe I will try for a 4.8 or so run. I will see howmuch I gain at that speed increase
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haha. I hope to get past 16K, that is my goal. it will be really cold the next few days, so maybe I will try for a 4.8 or so run. I will see howmuch I gain at that speed increase
well good luck!
just dont blow any thing up just to get a high score.
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haha. I wont. I like my hardware

and I dont need to win, I am ok at just having a kickass computer that can crush every game. (well crysis dont count )
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Ya, your computer is badass, take it to some lans
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if I had any friends that were like me (pc enthusiasts) I would. but i dont wanna go where i dont know anyone.. (I cant wait till the summer, water cooling, gonna do blue uv reactive tubing. OH man I cant wait!)
and hopefully by then I will have a nehalem
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