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    Cool Help Overclocking newthread

    hi .. iam wondering if you could tell me if i can overclock that

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    How do you think i can reach ..!?





    but iam Building a cpu and processor cooler by iquid nitrogen


    if not what kind of pro processor and motherboard and videocard i need 2 do it cause i want 2 overclock over 5.00 MHz. stable.. and over -160





    i need help

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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    Whats the best overclock i can get 4 the moment..??





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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    Why are you even trying to do that? It seems like a waste of time and money to me since you won't be able to use it for normal oepration with liquid nitrogen. I don't understand why you would want to except for bragging rights

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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    We cant just tell you what your overclock will be. You have to find out for yourself. And I hope you mean 5 GHZ cuz 5mhz is........you get it. And I wouldn't even go for that liquid nitrogen thing anyways, its an easy way to wreck a whole bunch of stuff if you ask me. I don't think you'll reach 5ghz anyhow. Its been reached by liquid-nitrogen cooling a 3.2ghz processor, but that was a 2ghz gain. You want a 3ghz gain? I think your askin for too much IMO.
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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    One of my friends had a nitro cooling kit and he cracked his prosessor because it was to cold, i wouldent recoment andthing like that, although you can make huge gains if you know what you are doing.
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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    How much is this setup goin to cost you? It looks like a messy operation...
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    Default Re: Help Overclocking newthread

    Liquid nitrogen is not practical at all for normal use. Compressor cooling would be though, and allow for major overclocking.

    Limitations depend on several things, even with liquid nitrogen you will not reach a STABLE 5ghz with your current CPU.

    With vapor cooling, look for at least 2.8ghz if your MB/RAM/BUS will support it.

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