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Old 04-29-2006, 03:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Overclocking (My questions three)

Hi im interested in overclocking my Athlon 64 San Diego 4000+ 2.4Ghz and had some questions:

1. Will i have to buy a new cooler?

2. Do i have to overclock my RAM and CPU?

3. Will my dancing frog wall paper with J-LO's head on it go faster?

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Echo, echo, echo, echo, echo.

God i could get more out of my sister while she's sleeping for God sake.

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Old 04-29-2006, 04:24 AM   #3 (permalink)
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1. No but it'd help
2. No but it'd help
3. No
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Ow **** i was hoping the last one would be yes. Anywho, what speed do you think i could get it to stably run at and are you sure the third wont run faster (i'm pushing to have it on 3DMark 07 as a benchmark you know)

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on stock cooling i would say 2.5-2.6ghz. you can't overclock the 4000+ very far on stock cooling because it is already clocked relatively high. and there is no way that the desktop will run faster.
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AAAAAAAAAAHHHH MODILAAAAAAN!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Rusian for: **** You U ****in Peice Of SHEEEET)
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Would that be considered worth it? That is, going from 2.4 to 2.5-2.6GHz? Is it that substantial?
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Any more performance i can squeeze out will help.
Will the Opteron 150 2.4Ghz overclock good or not?
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1. No but you should.
2. No you can run a memory divider.
3.wtf
4. You realize you are yelling for people to reply when it's 4 am in America/
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