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Spartan Advanced Member

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#11 15 years ago
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#12 15 years ago

That one was over a thousand bucks. I'll pass on the 3.4 GHz. Is $215 good for 3 GHz?




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#13 15 years ago

Intel or AMD? Either way, $215 is a pretty good price for a 3GHz.




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#14 15 years ago

Intel.




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#15 15 years ago
Gimpyif you dont know alot about computers DO NOT overclock! you will start a fire in the computer

Metal & silicium are not known to catch fire at under 100 degrees celcius. In case of overheating the BIOS will shut down you computer at risk level temperatures.




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#16 15 years ago

before you go out and buty a new processor rember what type the socket on you mobo is. Or what the socet type of the processor is. It will most likely be a 478(i think:uhm: ) socket If the original procssor is intel and you dont want a new mobo you must get an intel. The Amd gradius listed was a 940 socket and p4ee was a 478 socket. You may also want to get a newer heatsink fan for the extra heat




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#17 15 years ago
'[+Glasius+']Metal & silicium are not known to catch fire at under 100 degrees celcius. In case of overheating the BIOS will shut down you computer at risk level temperatures.

They may not catch fire but they melt. I once had smoke coming out of my mac laptop from overclocking a cpu.




Gimpy

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#18 15 years ago

go to a store and ask its possible to uppgrade to a 3.0ghz processor explaining all this computer technical stuff is too hard and im too lazy




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#19 15 years ago

I'll do that.




mattey

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#20 15 years ago

you need to check what fsb your motherboard supports as well by the sounds of it you may have a motherboard that only supports 533mhz id check that out though before you go buying