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Do you overclock?

Do you overclock?  

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  1. 1. Do you overclock?

    • Yes, and it is OC'd 24/7
      53
    • Yes, but only for benches and the like.
      10
    • I would, but (insert lame excuse here).
      13
    • Nope.
      10


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Guest Raven65

Only when I want to.

Sometimes it's not worth the hassle anymore.

I'm getting too old.

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ps. hardnrg... you are strange all right. Besides, you're the only one laughing at your jokes, everyone else is just laughing at you, but that's ok too. ;) ^_^

maybe you laugh at me... maybe I care? :lol:

 

I know I'm awesome, and funny... so ha :P

 

 

lol, fonejacker is a 28 year old male in the UK... and so am I...

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I did once (in the pursuit of EXTRA performance)... but I don't bother any more, besides my Sandy's plenty fast enough for my current needs! :P

 

 

You'd be surprised how much 'extra grunt' you can milk outta' a CPU once you ditch the MS Operating System & relative 3rd party crud! ROTFLMAO :lol:

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I OC, but it's mainly for benches, don't want to keep them 24/7, since the last time I kept my CPU OC'd, it gave some BSOD errors. <_<

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My Intel c2d E6400 is stock at 2.13 and it runs @ 3.3 gig 24/7 ;) . YO YO, Das how ya do it. :thumbs-up:

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No I don't overclock, I have hit the stage where I just want it to work now, I will always build my own, but OC'ing is just too much for now...

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