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Hi all!

First of all, You have to know I know almost nothing about averclocking. I had my first computer three months ago and when I saw what a well-configured computer can do, I immediately wanted to learn what is needed to know in order to get the best of my mine!!!

I have a P3 733 ( the guy who sold it to me already averclacked the processor to 866Mhz), 384Mo SDRAM, and runing unnder XP.

Here is the fact: I just downloaded this program called PowerStrip

It allows full management of your graphics card(s) (up tu 9 simultaneously!).

But I don't dare doing anything, since I have no idea of the limits my poor Nvidia Riva TNT2 M64 (16Mo), can endure!

Please someone tell me that, and also, how can I know what type of ventilator I have to put on the radiators?

Thanks a lot beforehand! Mike.
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