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Old 10-31-2007, 03:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Isn't that suppose to be Corsairs?
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if u want the best ram get gskill hz's, oc like crazy and have life time garrentee even with ocing damage
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Has anyone actually killed ram by ovreclocking?

I think the general idea is, if it could cause damage it'll just shut down...
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yeah pretty much its really hard to stuff things up these days coz this just dont boot if they get clocked to high.
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Has anyone actually killed ram by ovreclocking?

I think the general idea is, if it could cause damage it'll just shut down...
not possible unless you pump tons of voltage in them.
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Thanks, gurusan my heart just fell cause I wanna go pretty high with my OC and im a noob, so ill need help.
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