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Thread: how do i overclock my xbox




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    how would i go about overclocking my xbox?

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    HAHA this thread just made me seriously laugh. I don't know why, it just seems like an absurd idea to me.

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    well isnt it a P3 processor?...y cant u overclock it...u can oc a normal p3 processor

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    Well if u get the bios settings up and we'll take it from there:laugh:
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    Well you could always like manually oc it. By like rewireing.. but Why would you want to overclock a xBox? The latest games that are coming out now.. Won't need any more juice then the ones that came out when the xbox did. So why have extra power? when it'll never be needed. I know you can convert a Xbox into a regular PC though.

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    well, i wanted to overclock it so i can host more people on a CS server w/ out the lag. I have a T1 internet connection at my school...so i know thats not why it lags...

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    umm y are you hosting a cs server on an xbox instead of a normal pc? :confused:

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    I remeber the old hl1 engine... FLF got kinda boring when they mentioned hl2.. CS.. It'll be gone one day.. So will consoles.. I'm not a console fan.. but yet i own a PS2.. what a worthless investment once again.

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