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    hello guys! I managed to overclock my system, from 266 MHz single channel Memory to 290 MHz on (POST) and Pentium 4 B 2.66 GHz CPU to 2.91 GHz.

    My question is this, Is this settings won't burn my CPU and Memory in the Future? I'm just curios, because when i run SisSoftware Sandra under Performance Tune Up Wizard, i have warning message saying "FSB is high from the minimun frequency level" something like that i can't remember the exact word.

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    You will always get a message like that if you diagnose using Sandra. It is designed to flag anything that isn't a standard speed.

    As to the longevity question, while it will put extra stress on components when you overclock, it is highly unlikely that it will make any real difference in how long they last. With the speed of technology, you'll be upgrading long before you wear out your gear.
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    i see, the only thing with that is its lifeline, overclocking them components make their longevity shorter than it used to, right?

    Cheers bro for the reply!

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