Just wanted to add or reiterate that while an overclock may be 'stable' for 85%+ of the time, it's that 15% when the system crashes that can be detrimental. A normal system crash is no big deal(usually), but under more stressful conditions(such as an unhealthy overclock), a crash could easily result in RAM damage. Even today's DDR3 memory is not impervious to errors.
Awsome game I wish i could get it but parent are fags and they dont't let me get M games.
You didn't call your parents fags
You didn't call yourself "hacker" on the internet
You learned to spell "awesome" and "assassin"
they might think you are mature enough to get the game. -Davidelmo