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    1. ty_ger
      Yeah, WCing that board doesn't necessarily help too much for overclocking, but it will make the rest of your system much happier (especially that video card in the first slot) because it won't be blowing that hot air into the case. That Nforce 200 chip gets REALLY hot also and keeping it cooler eases my worries and makes me think it won't burn up in the near future.

      My OCs on the board have yielded higher than 2,000MHz FSB QDR stable so far. How about you?
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