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Old 08-09-2006, 11:17 PM   #11
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with my 4400+ heatsink

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Old 08-09-2006, 11:30 PM   #12
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ok so... its running 10mhz faster...

thats nothing..

i have my amd Barton 2500(1.8Ghz) over clocked to 2.38Ghz faster then the barton 3200
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yeah, i don't really have a need to over clock, i mean i guess i could, however i wanna get some arctic silver 5 before i do
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just to make sure you know.. less is better when it comes to AS5... use to mutch it will not work as good.

when working at frozencpu.com we did a lot of test with diffrent heat sink greaces and with any of the AS ones less is better. and the same goes with any mitalic compound.
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... use to mutch it will not work as good.

when working at frozencpu.com we did a lot of test with diffrent heat sink greaces and with any of the AS ones less is better. and the same goes with any mitalic compound.
Hukd on fonics werked fer mi?
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yeah i work for a computer company, i had it on my 3000+. i saw this motherboard come in with AS everywhere it was on the pins of the processor, and the jackass was wondering why it wasn't working. i was just too lazy to get all the stuff i need to clean the amd stuff off the heat sink and go through the hole shebang of putting AS on.
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yeah you got to be vary carful when putting it on Video cards GPU'*... the pins are vary close to the edge
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... use to mutch it will not work as good.

when working at frozencpu.com we did a lot of test with diffrent heat sink greaces and with any of the AS ones less is better. and the same goes with any mitalic compound.
Hukd on fonics werked fer mi?
did i confuse you???
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no not at all
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