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ahhh i see now the light has been shed thats temps in normal use lolz ok i see now
well 70 max is still good for 4ghz and didnt the 920s have a 21 multiplier? or am i terribly confused?
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Yeah they do, I just stopped at 20 due to not having any time stresstesting further. I'm sure the extra 200mhz won't be a problem though.
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im sure it wouldnt either thumb.gif
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