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Too Good To Be True? [email protected]

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Ok alot of you get ready for a good laugh. I was just looking around on ebay for a 3.2ghz proc. Then I came across this bid that was going on that was claiming a system for sale that had a [email protected] for sale. Here is the [url="http://www.overclockersclub.com/link/?http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=6816010439&ssPageName=MERC_VI_ReBay_Pr12_PcY_BID_Stores_IT"]link[/url].
I still don't believe it due to the fact that he has other systems pretty much exactly the same where they claim a [email protected] I went on to look at the ram they are using. Corsair PC3200 dual channel. From the pics it looks like valueram. Funny

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Guest FxXP
I do find that somewhat hilarious, but at least he's admitting that it has been overclocked. :D

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iv got a friend with a 2.6 @3.34 stock everything, with plain Kingston ram.. stock cooling, voltages, etc. so it is possiable.

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[quote name='oralpain' date='Oct 31 2005, 05:13 AM']Those 2.6 presscots do OC very well, and with ratios the memory should not be a major hindrance.

If that is a 533FSB prescott, dividers might not even be needed.
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ummm 2.6's arnt presscots buddy.... they are northwoods.

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Guest FxXP
Um, thats not true. There are Prescott 505J and 506 2.66 GHz P4's. They operate at 533 MHz FSB and are very cheap. Edited by FxXP

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