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nice job, very thorough rep+

Tighter timings are definatley more desirable on Amd rigs how much they improve things i'm not sure i'l leave that to you to find out
    
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Thanks. *subscribes to theard* I appreciate your time and effort. rep+
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Thank you Knitelife for all your time and effort sharing what you're learned, it's very appriciated. Your format and visuals makes all this easy to understand and I am enjoying putting all your info to good use. It will help even more next month when I get my first quad!

Rep for an awesome job! This should be a sticky IMO.
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