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    Ram how do you know when its had it?

    I was just wondering how you know when its the ram that cant take the overclocking?

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    Everytime I oc and I have ram timing probs (things that are fixed by switching from standard to pc100 or from that to 133) the pc just wouldn't start with the ram. no POST, no ram count, no video bios, black screen, faint hum. Hope that helps at all.

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    Ok.. I just wanted to know if this is the cpu? I just installed my water cooled system, works great.. I put a ice pack in the water to chill it a little. Now my problem is that when I go to 504 on my 300a it post's and some times it starts to load windows.. but then it freezes. Would this be a voltage problem?

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