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Major Overhall of PC

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Oops, I meant to say dedicated sound card. Nevermind. Okay, well I'll just stick with the onboard audio then, and instead get a decent set of speakers. :)

Well my video card has 728MB or RAM, so I guess 4GB - 728MB = 3.25GB RAM. Might just get it anyways.

Thanks for your help stettybet. :wave:

I'm gonna try overclock this thing soon, never done it before so wish me luck!
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I overclock using the exact same mobo as you, and a very similar system, so maybe I could help with that... The cpu voltage (vcore) is really weird on the 680i (not sure if it's just the EVGA or all of them). Whatever you set, it actually is .02 to .04 volts lower. So, if you set the vcore to 1.3, the actual voltage will be 1.26-1.28. It's important to keep this in mind when overclocking.
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