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    Quote: "Don't. Bad idea."

    Sound advice for anyone thinking of buying a Dell really

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    Unfortunately, it's the same with evey PC vender out there (please tell me if you find out there is an exeption).

    No reason to hate dell.

    HP however, has alot more limitations.

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    The leap in the train of thought is quite a good one here moving from Dell -> Overcloaking. It is a rare jump. Sometimes evolution moves too fast.

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    the best question is.

    What in the world are you doing in a Dell Support Forum? lol

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    I was googling aroudn the net for the clockgen IC for an optiplex GX240 at school, as I use it for folding

    Interesting what I stumble upon

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    boy I oughta smack you!

    Shame on you, shame shame thinking you can oc a dell



















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    ACtually, if I could just open the **** case up, I could probably read off the PLL IC and put CPUFSB on it.

    But I'd need a time when a teacher is not overlooking the classroom, like that time in December when I opened one up and peered inside; should have taken advantage of that

    The cooling's actually not that bad, squirrel cage blowers and such, the case is a bit cramped though

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    ahh, my homebuilt is just looking better and better.

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    the biggest I've done to a dell was OC' it from 100mhz to 133 wow, a big difference

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    The micron board I got for free with a P200 only allows jumper settings to 200MHz. It has a PLL IC which may allow it to go higher on the FSB, I don't know.

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    why do u need to O/C a computer at school?
    regards,

    the xenon

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    Read my previous posts.

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    Oh b*gg*r, didn't realise it was you CV,I went and registered to point the poor sod over here!!! Shoulda read the whole of this thread first, oh well, some others may pass by. heehaw heeehaw.
    Life is a bowl of cherries

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    I thought Dell's already were an oc.(out cast)

    but I must admit HP has got them beat
    gch306

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