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    Default think you could OC this?

    Sup

    Hahha
    You guys hear about the Intel chip? It takes a three pound heat sink :p
    Thatís HOT

    http://207.44.152.242/eskimofinal.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by fried twinkie
    Sup

    Hahha
    You guys hear about the Intel chip? It takes a three pound heat sink :p
    Thatís HOT

    http://207.44.152.242/eskimofinal.html
    Bad link

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    Default Re: think you could OC this?

    very very bad link, nothing

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    Default Re: think you could OC this?

    link works for me

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    Default Re: think you could OC this?

    http://207.44.152.242/index.html They must have put up the redirect after I tried to view it.

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    now see it. Prescott really is a hot cpu, my 2.4 OC to 3.3 and get that 52'c temp.

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    Default Re: think you could OC this?

    generally things do heat up when you overclock them. crazy how that works
    AMD Athlon XP-Mobile 2500+ @ 2.4Ghz
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    Yeah a couple of blokes that I know went and bought Prescott powered SFF's of which both have been returned as totally unreliable due to the heat build up causing very unstable operation and one actually fried the HDD. The first (who's burned the HDD up) just went back to using his Northwood powered one while the other is waiting for an Athlon64 version to be delivered.

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