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What about other components like mobo or memory? since overclocking often put more stress on mobo and memory.
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What about other components like mobo or memory? since overclocking often put more stress on mobo and memory.
just run a divider for the memory and keep it somewhat whithin stock specs and it should be fine. The mobo as i understand is the most common thing to crap out, but mine have all lasted just as long as the cpu etc, as long as there not seeing rediculous speeds 24/7.
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