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Thread: 700 to hight for P550?




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    i have a p550 i want tu turn up. is 700 to high?
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    It all depends on how good that CPU and the rest of the hardware is but do watch ya temps. :devil:

    There's only one way to find out for sure. :devil win
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    You should be okay :) ... One way to find out though :D
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    wiggo,
    do you ever sleep? or do you have a twin in these forums?
    is the beer in australia caffinated?
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    Yes, no and no. :D


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    i had a pIII 550, got it above 700 (720?) so i doubt you'll have any problems
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    i had a pIII 550, got it above 700 (720?) so i doubt you'll have any problems
    The word to pay attention to is "HAD" The fire did too much damage to prove that the CPU caused it. LOL

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