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Lol....Just put the coffee cup down...thats right, steady, wait, no don't do that....argh!. hehe, offtopic is fun!
are you crazy!!! back off and get your own coffee
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by markatto View Post
You should have no issues at all- you could even overclock it before you install the OS. Memory is almost always backwards-compatible (speed wise at least- don't blame me when your ddr3 won't fit into sdram slots haha)
No, don't overclock anything before installing windows. You risk running into a corrupt install, causing major headaches down the road...

Install the OS with everything at stock, install all programs you want, and THEN do your overclocking.
    
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post #13 of 15
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are you crazy!!! back off and get your own coffee
I have my own coffee. Do I see coffee in your name - no


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No, don't overclock anything before installing windows. You risk running into a corrupt install, causing major headaches down the road...

Install the OS with everything at stock, install all programs you want, and THEN do your overclocking
Agreed
post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
No, don't overclock anything before installing windows. You risk running into a corrupt install, causing major headaches down the road...

Install the OS with everything at stock, install all programs you want, and THEN do your overclocking.
i agree aswell


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I have my own coffee. Do I see coffee in your name - no



Agreed
lol no you win
post #15 of 15
Most people use ECS boards because 1, they were free. (in a bundle deal)
2, they use it in HTPC.

Don't expect to get much overclocking out of it.
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