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I have the AMD socket 939 4200 dual core processor and I was able to overclock it to 2.55GHz stable on the Asus A8R32-MVP Deluxe motherboard at 1.45 volts. My motherboard allowed me to overclock to a 15% gain but stopped me from going to a 20% gain. Also, how would I overclock my memory to a stable speed if it is already running at 148.8MHz and is capable of 200MHz max speed? I have tried everything and can't get it to go to 166 and above without the system telling me that overclocking has failed. I also think that it is weird that Asus limits the max voltage to 1.4 volts, but you are able to turn down the FSP from 11X and anything below that. Man I can't wait until I buy the FX-60 AMD dual core processor.
    
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Q6600 SLACR L746B116 OC@3.6GHz EVGA 780i SLI P08 BIOS SLI EVGA 8800GTS G92's @ 775MHz/1944MHz/1936MHz 8 GIG OCZ Reaper 1066MHz @ 950MHz 
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Western Digital W03200AAKS 320 GIG Vista Ultimate 64 bit 19in. Acer Al1916W (upgrading to a 24" or 26") Logitech G15 with LCD Screen 
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OCZ ProXStream 1000 Watt Cooler Master Cosmos S Wireless Logitech G7 Carbon Edition Icemat 2nd. Edition Glass Mousepad 
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