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Anyone around with some good knowledge of AMD chips?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Pepsiaddict, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. Pepsiaddict

    Pepsiaddict New Member

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    That has messenger? Just trying to mess around a little more here, trying to get more out of my 5200+, but not totally sure what everything means in the bios :p lol


    If you can handle a small amount of noob questions, add me to msn, cyrious@go.com :)


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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    I have a decent knowlodge of AMD chips and the BIOS stuff is easy enough. I don't have MSN, but I do have yahoo. Moestavernjcspeaking@yahoo.com is my name if you need some help.
     
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    Yeah, I havent even begun to mess with AM2 chips, sorry for that dude. Eventually I may move to that chip, but thats probably a year or two away (if I even go to that chip, I may wait for K8L or AM2+ or AM3!!)
     
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    Hmm... my AM2, pretty nice on it's highest 2.9gHz oc, but not that happy in the summer time here in Texas.
     
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    Our BIOS's may be similar. If you want, you can hit me up on AIM and maybe I can help you out a little bit.
     
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