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Overclocking Do any of the experts on here support overclocking ? Like Desktop PC's. Because Im sort of into that right now. Know any kewl forums I would like ? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanx.

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    Johnny 5ive Jan 09, 2008

    Thank you yonatanh. I will look into those and hopefully learn more there. Thanx for a speedy response.

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Take a look at the AnandTech Forums, HardForum and Tom's Hardware Forum. You must also like to take a look at the forums of your motherboard's manufacturer.

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