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Has anyone tried OC'ing a 9500 on a ECS A770M-A ?

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ECS-_-13135069

it came with the combo deal last year. I was thinking if I could squeeze 0.2 or 0.3ghz out from my 9500 with this mobo....is it even possible ? how ?

thx guys

PS: bought two 8800gts 512mb, a 24" dell LCD, a CM case, dozen of case fans, two OCZ PSU, 2 mobo and a quad in the past 2 months or so...that is, my wife is on fire right now...cant spend any more
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Not impossible Let us know ur setup(RAM etc) and options for OCing in the bios.
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I had this board, I dont think the bios give any oc option, also its a crappy mobi, I switched it for the MSI k9a2-cf.
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Dont touch ECS motherboards. My friend just had to RMA his and their tech support is NOT good. Also ive had a ECS board and it woudnt post sometimes.
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