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Old 12-29-2009, 05:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Re: Replacing Mobo and possibly vid card

Originally Posted by Slaymate View Post
I have that EVGA mobo in my office workstation. It has a few less bios options and the cooling system is a little less than the E758-A1 but it's running at 4GHz. It will run at 4.2GHz but everything starts to heat up a little higher than I'd like.
thanks for the heads up Slay!

I dont plan on doing much overclocking for a while, no point really until i get some top notch components again, and i dont see that happening anytime soon due to my current livable budget.

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