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is going up to 1.3v safe at 4.4 ghz?

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I heard there's a trick that allows you to unlock the second core on any potato. It should be enough to run Android if clocks are high enough.

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I don't think so, that would be some kind of potato-crossfire.

Don't be silly, Nvidia owns the rights to potato based processing.

 

Potato SLI, and it only works with compatible chip sets. Potato Chip-sets. 

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sorry i never came :unsure:  back iv ben busy lately my specs 

 

intel i5 4670k

corsair h90

msi gd65

msi n760 tf (gpu

rosewill hive

samsung pro 840 128gb

seagate 1tb hardrive

team vulcan oc memory (1600Mhz)

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I couldn't even get through the first 2 pages before I couldn't breathe..F'ing hilarious!

 

I completely lost it on the Potato needing custom water loop to keep from becoming a french fry or the one about a dual core potato being strong enough to finally run android LMFAO!

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linux I answered your question on the first page the best I could. I have a feeling these guys aren't gonig to be any help since they only know how to overclock potatos :)

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