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Thread: NV38 will overclock




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    and, a completely new design for NV36 launch date oct 10
    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=11829

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    I will beleive anything where something like this apprears




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    Um how is this news? Of course it will overclock.....what card doesn't? My card will make it to 510mhz before it starts locking up, and thats on the crappy stock cooling reaching 77c....expect more out of it later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSR
    and, a completely new design for NV36 launch date oct 10
    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=11829
    JSR, ya posts would mean more if ya just copied and pasted these types of stories like weta does; eg

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    <small>By Adamson Rust: Monday 29 September 2003, 11:28</small>

    DESPITE JACK R'S earlier worries today about the two slot cooling on NV38s, sources close to a motherboard partner tell the INQ that it's not such a big deal as it seems.
    While the cooling looks big, he explained, the plastic is a different kind of plastic to the NV35, and in fact weighs far less although it does straddle two slots, as Jack reported.

    Further, said the source, the fan is quiet and beats the ATI XT offering by 30dbs or so.

    More importantly, the source claimed to the INQ today, while the core speed is officially 475, it's overclockable to 500MHz.

    Meanwhile, the NV36 chip is a completely redesigned babe, and NVDA has high hopes this one will be a runner.

    We expect the official launch date of Mr NV38 to be October 10th.

    the inquirer
    And then add ya own comment at the bottom (much better than givin' just a link).

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    the real news is the release date and what it may mean in the decision making process. thx, wiggo, i'm still kinda a dweeb on this copy and paste or any tools in these forums..............just comfortable in my own skin i guess...............will attempt, probably with someone's help, to make the post more enjoyable and newsworthy as well

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    Actually providing the link is the best way as it isn't ripping someone elses story, and links to their page which is what they would want anyway instead of someone just pasting it in a forum. I personally enjoy following a link much more than reading it in a thread.

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    The link is good as well but a lot of ppl prefer to read the copy and paste (so long as the author is credited) as they're usually short and dialups would rather not have to go thru a 2nd link.

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    Dialup? What's that? :?:

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