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how much should i overclock my pc

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Matt @1230

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I have a pentium D 820 Processor and am going to overclock it but what FSB should i run it at it is runing now at 2.8GHZ and 200FSB. they said on the webside below
It had no problem hitting 3.5GHz (250FSB) with rock solid stability. I just want to hit 3.2ghz because i dont want to water cool it.


Edited by Matt @1230, 21 August 2005 - 02:55 PM.

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Well unless you really really need that extra power- i would not recommend OC'ing it because it does take some life off your processer and makes your computer run hotter- 2.8ghz is fine...i mean if you really want you could go to 3 or 3.2 but i dont think its really nessasary
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