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Upthehatters2008 06.10.2011 19:19

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J_T 06.10.2011 19:46

Re: PC CPU upgrade advice
 
...your clock is bigger.

Chuff 06.10.2011 19:53

Re: PC CPU upgrade advice
 
Holy Nerd War Batman...

J_T 06.10.2011 20:06

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Hatman vs. Phildawg

http://http.www.cinepad.com/filmnoir/bigclock.jpg

JourneyMan 06.10.2011 21:42

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What's on? Battle of the Geeks ...:hide:(Popcorns cracking ) :D

Upthehatters2008 06.10.2011 22:05

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Quote:

Originally Posted by JourneyMan (Post 1367521)
What's on? Battle of the Geeks ...:hide:(Popcorns cracking ) :D

Phil_MCR's PC became unstable after 5 minutes @ 3.6GHz , else he is still offline trying to get to 4GHz... In reality, anything could have happened ;)

I will give him a few more hours then claim victory ;)

Chemmie 06.10.2011 23:09

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meanwhile chemmie attempts to get into the action


Phil_MCR 06.10.2011 23:51

Re: PC CPU upgrade advice
 
there we go. so we show that it is in fact quite possible to overclock.

so going back to original concept, you can remove the small CPU bottleneck by buying a new m/b, ram, cpu, hsf. or just overclocking.

building a gaming machine isn't rocket science. you target GPU performance and then remove any other inhibiting factors (e.g. CPU).

Upthehatters2008 06.10.2011 23:53

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Errr, pics of 4GHz please ? Or even valid ones of 3.6 ;)





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Originally Posted by Phil_MCR (Post 1367642)
there we go. so we show that it is in fact quite possible to overclock.

so going back to original concept, you can remove the small CPU bottleneck by buying a new m/b, ram, cpu, hsf. or just overclocking.

building a gaming machine isn't rocket science. you target GPU performance and then remove any other inhibiting factors (e.g. CPU).



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