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What to do to LEARN OCing

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I'm 16 right now, and since I'm still wandering around the world with my parents, I use a laptop to play my games. It's just easier. Recently though, I've thought about my future as a student at college, and figured, that once I'm studying, I'll play games on a desktop. Now, I don't want to spend much money on such a desktop, so I'll want to make my own computer, and OC it. Thing is, I've never OCd anything, and I don't want to learn with my new computer, when i get it in 3 years, anyway. I am willing to put time and effort into learning it, so my question here is: How should I start? Should i buy an extremely cheap computer (all cheap components) and OC it (how much would it cost)? About half a year ago, though, my school gave me a *really* old computer. It's got one of those BIOSs that won't let me OC, can I change that somehow? What to do, gotta go, cu thx


€: Can someone erase one of the two threads, accidentally double posted (Want to get this thread up before I leave, I'm in a hurry >-<). Keep the one you think is better :tazz:. thx

Edited by Master_Axe, 08 October 2005 - 02:58 PM.

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