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lol, any chance of this being a FAQ?
post #22 of 26
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!
my third attempt to post something... i am loosing my mind. I hate this KEYBOARD.

I am new to this whole OC world, i have messed around with Electric RC Cars, overpowering and soupin them up, idk, someone told me it's the same as OC'in.

Well, i have an Emachines ET1331G, i hear that it is a great "Noob" pc gamer setup, with a few upgrades its awesome, like add a 500W PSU and what i want in it soon is an ATI Radeon HD5570, now that you know my story here... can i OC the 5570? and on top of that, can it be LC'ed? (Liquid Cooled) with minimal risk to equipment. Eventually i'll LC my PS3.

Thanks in advance, btw, the download link for your Coolbits is broken. I clicked and got "403 Forbidden."

I just need to play NFS MW, that is all, i would also like to integrate my PS3 video but thats a different topic/section/division.

In the MoBo is an NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE, is that OC-able?

Any thoughts on Killer Xeno?
Edited by Kamikazi2142 - 7/28/10 at 10:55pm
post #23 of 26
1. You probably can't OC it since the motherboard/bios won't support it.
2. You might be able to watercool it, but it be much easier with a custom built rig.
3. Watercooling a PS3 doesn't make any sense.
4. Don't bump a 3 year old thread that has nothing to do with what you're talking about. You might get more help if you make your own topic.
Edited by KruperTrooper - 7/28/10 at 11:04pm
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sorry, i didn't know that replying bumps.
post #25 of 26
No problem. Now you know.
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post #26 of 26
This program don't support for my laptop. my laptop's VGA is NVIDIA 310M. Can you show me another way to OVC my VGA? I use Autocad and 3Dmax, program perform not smooth so I want OVC GPU. sorry about my Eng .
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