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    2 PS3 Consoles/1 PC Threw Linksys BEFSR41 v4.3

    The problem with them not being NAT2 or 1 is you have alot of problems squading with clan members(fails) and you cant hear everyone in the squad, lag etc.. just annoying problems in general. Jesus dude your ISP is a monster lol. Anyway I resolved the problem just by keeping my cable and dsl...
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    2 PS3 Consoles/1 PC Threw Linksys BEFSR41 v4.3

    2 PS3 Consoles/1 PC Threw Linksys BEFSR41 v4.3 (Latest Firmware) I'm catching a whole lot-o-hell trying to get both PS3's to get NAT2. As of right now I can only get 1 to NAT2 and the other to NAT3. Im using Bellsouth FastAccess DSL so I had to set my Motorolla 2210 to Bridged and Use My...
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    RealTemp 3.00 Released

    Damn, I was all set to grab this gem since cpuz doesn't report right voltages or temps for me and don't like PC Probe II much(Reports right though). AMD Support would be awesome! :nutkick: Check out the Voltage between both:
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    Overclcok AMD 6400 BE

    Stock is 3.2 you should be able to hit between 3.5-3.6 and oc your ram pretty well in the process if you drop the multiplier...that is why I said loosen the timings. If you want to just tighten em by all means go ahead but I dont see you getting much more out of the cpu if you do. As for the...
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    False FPS readings ?.

    Posts a bit old but I do see your card is reaching 84c? All tho im sure that temp wont kill that card but its def not going to help it. Try some better case cooling, a temp like that would freak me out lol
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    Overclcok AMD 6400 BE

    Read threw this thread http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=49420. Many good tips and configs for OCing the 6400+. Not a great overclocker but u can get a lil more from it. Your going to need to loosen your ram timings a bit and use only matching sets of ram.
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    Cable Management

    If that's the the 750w version I have been running on it for about 8 months now with no issues except the cable sleeves are a bit of a pain. Powers my my Athlon x2 6400+ and dual 9600 gt's without a hitch. If you look at the reviews on newegg.com there is a good bit of bad reviews on it, mostly...