Support overclock or not

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Support overclocking

Poll closed Jan 9, 2007.
  1. Yes

    5 vote(s)
    62.5%
  2. No

    2 vote(s)
    25.0%
  3. Can't say

    1 vote(s)
    12.5%
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  1. Projjwal

    Projjwal free world from money

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    Do u support overclocking.......????:neutral:
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    It gives u satisfaction...Pay less money for better speed.:)
     
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  2. webgenius

    webgenius New Member

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    yes i do. It's always nice to see the way you can stretch your system's limits.
     
  3. Third Eye

    Third Eye gooby pls

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    no...i destroyed my 6600gt
     
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    With motherboards like Nvidia 680i and Core2Duo processors overclocking has reached a new dimension. Now even the manufatures support overclocking. Many custom PC builders sell their PCs pre-overclocked. This was not possible earlier. Also you dont loose your waranty now if you overclock. Its lot safer now.
    One of my friends overclocked his E6600 to 3.4Ghz i.e. by a full gigahertz although for such overclocking you need liquid clocking.
     
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