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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by amdfanatic, Jun 30, 2010.

  1. amdfanatic New Member

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    i want to oc my 2 4650 in crossfire but i want to know if there is a big diffrence or not and also i want oc my amd phenom 8650 2.3ghz what do you recomend
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    I recommend doing it.
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    ok but does it make a big diference
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    try it and find out.
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    It's difference. [/spelling nazi] And yes, it can make a big difference. Give it a go.
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    you should try it. i have a 4650. i overclocked the core to 700MHz, Race driver Grid, which already runs real well on this card didnt start even. other games did.
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    sure it will be difference especially the CPU overclock, cuz u use crossfire so u need to avoid graphic card's bottlenick, 3.0ghz range will be great with games and zero bottlenick, graphic card's u should try to but u don't see big jump with GPU overclock the cpu overclock is the higher priority
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    thanx :)

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