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    Will A cB0 700E Do 933 MHz Without A Hitch™

    You guys know that I decided to wait for the 700E instead of getting the SL3NR 650E right... well, who here has a 700E with the new stepping code?

    I'm going to use an Alpha P3125S with 2 Y.S. Tech fans.

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    Baloney might. Ask him

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    I gots me one!

    I'm stable at 910MHz right now and still tweaking... I'm only using stock HSF.

    I haven't been able to get 100% stable at 933MHz yet... 3DMark and games tend to lock up after only a minute or two. I don't know if it's the problem... but that HS on my Geforce DDR gets VERY hot to the touch... seemingly a lot more so when I try to get that extra 5MHz on the AGP bus.

    I think I'm going to put my probe on the sink tonight and see if I can document the difference. I wish I had a junk PCI video card to test with...

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    I don't know about the 700's but my 600 does 930 with the stock fan and default voltage. When I get the money I'm putting a p3125 on it and upping the voltage to get it higher.

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    I have the GeForce too. The Asus DDR 6800. The heatsink is so tiny that it looks to be so inefficient... maybe I should play with that one too? I'm getting myself one of those 120mm fan card coolers because I really don't want to fiddle around with the card. If that doesn't work then I'll really have to change the heatsink.

    Thanks for the insight.
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