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  1. #1
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    P4 which doesn't really make sense...

    I've got a P4 1.5Ghz (100x15), I can change it to (133x15) and get 1995 without any change in temperature, stability or anything else for that matter changing... Any ideas why?

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    Drakion has recently had his computer go down the drain, and has ended up with a P4.
    Drakion has recently had his computer go down the drain, and has ended up with a P4.

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    MitchSchaft Guest
    Dude, you'd better send it back for a replacement. It's obviously defective.

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    have you checked it with prime95 or similar to make sure that it really is stable?

    if it is right then you are one luck sob! nice christmas present that - 33% speed increase with no flaws, you must have been good last year

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    It's fairly stable, will try a 6-7 hour test later

    ris - It's about time I got a break after two Athlons died on me (due to the motherboard too) and I had to replace everything.

    Mitchschaft - Heh, but I did expect at least a difference of at least one degree, I only convinced myself it was running at 133x15 after running WCPUID about 3-4 times.

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    Drakion has recently had his computer go down the drain, and has ended up with a P4.
    Drakion has recently had his computer go down the drain, and has ended up with a P4.

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