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  1. #1
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    Feb 1999

    geforce & cpu overclocking

    when you overclock your cpu, should you still overclock your geforce, or run it at default speed?

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  2. #2
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    Oct 1999
    You should overclock everything!

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  3. #3
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    May 2000

    The way things are nowadays, it would seem that sensible overclocking has no major setbacks.
    If you do things right then there should be no fears of 'FRYING' things

    BTW: A Geforce card can cope with cpu overclocking as well as vid card overclocking. It seems to be quite happy with that sort of thing.

    Geforce cards have been out for quite a while now and I havent heard of these things breaking down in an overclocked system.

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