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thatKid
06-18-2007, 03:30 PM
just wondering? and how can you tell when your on it that its overclocking?\

cuz the computer I might build comes with 3 fans built in (the case). and I think it will be just enuff for the stuff inside going on default level and stuff.

Bloo
06-21-2007, 04:23 AM
Well overclocking all depends on what you're working with. Meaning that different hardware will overclock differently depending on the person and their equipment. I can tell from the first second question that you're not too familiar with the process. It's not too complicated but as with everthing in this world, the more you know about it the better off you'll be.

Most modern motherboards come with overclocking utilities built in to simplify the process. It also prevents you from frying your system if you do screw up or go too far. But honestly read up more on it.

http://forums.guru3d.com/forumdisplay.php?f=11

Chck this place out. They've got good info you can read. They helped me when it came down to doing it.