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Don't get 4GB of ram, it's waste of money and I've been told that XP only recognizes 3GB...that could be wrong, but you won't be able to notice a difference between 2GB and 4GB.
    
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so if you want the intel equivalent of 5ghz...you need to get your amd to 3.33ghz. I don't think it's impossible to get a 2.4 up to 3.33...my 2.8 is running at 3.36 on stock voltage (then again it's a 533fsb northwood Intel ). I hear the Swiftech H2O/Peltier system at $550 is a good kit for watercooling...but if you go phase change...I think you're wasting your electricity for the performace and benchmark results.

but to each their own...good luck!
post #23 of 24
well i actually have somthing usefulll
ok take a heatsink and take a metal box weld them together so no water leaks take apart a freezer put the hose in the box seel ip it up and pour coolant mixed with salt in it it could also be usefull for some liqued nitrogen to be put in the maetal box
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ill go with Phase change, ive down some research and seems to be the voltage for the CPU that holds you back on that one lol, my conclusion , i should get phase change, and maybe 5 years down the line i could get a nicer CPU when they come out but im in no need for serius upgrading and yes ive decided to ditch the extra two GB of RAM lol

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