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I don't think you could say 'recommended'. If you want to buy a 3200+ and have it operate at 3500+ frequencies then, with appropriate cooling and care, you can do so without jeopardising your system integrity too much.
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The 3200 doesnt really need overclocked especially if you are only playing halo. But its played all my stuff at full the x800 is a good card.
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Thank. i got some good info.
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