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  1. I got new shoes, turns out I'm a size 15
  2. Those people sometimes unlock thier CPU. This allows them to get higher speed without as high of heat problem then with overclocker the FSB.
  3. look in the manual for any cpu jumper settings or something. Any settings you haven't done.
  4. Cool it down a bit. Then after send the FSB up.
  5. Probably not. Though, I wouldn't mess with the heatsink. It's made the way it is and thats how the company intended to work right. It's possible that it would mess with the cooling.
  6. It also depends of the type too. Smart fans slow down when system goes into standby...I THINK. Like I said, fans turn on when you turn your computer on.
  7. don't bend them? I'd look around on sites for the answer.
  8. It should be under "Advanced Chipset" or something similar.
  9. Look for FSB settings or change the voltage. Do it a little bit at a time. You don't want to overheat.
  10. Try adding an extra case fan. And a bigger PSU. Read what I posted here.
  11. I don't feel like writting a 2 page summary, so here.
  12. I can't assure you that I'll buy but I'm looking for atleast 12x8x24 burner. BTW, has to be internal. Please post a picture of it if possible.
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