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Old October 3, 2011, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Supergrover View Post
As long as you understand those risks then your good to go.
And therein lies the problem. 99% of the people who ask "how much can I overclock [piece of hardware]" are not at a stage in their hardware education to understand those risks, or they would not ask that question, which makes me very uncomfortable answering it.

Another factor I forgot to mention is the patience/skill of the individual. If you're willing to be more patient, then you will be able to overclock more. If you just want to know "what do I dial in to make it go moar faster", then you probably won't get as high.
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