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OK im guessing the first of u too post read that wrong i was asking for a little advice on it like rough details, for example should i disable turbo boost and run it at the over clock from the start can i incorporate the turbo boost and a base over clock, i spent a lot of money on this system and it performs at astounding bench marks even without over clocking it so work with me here throw out a few details i am deployed army and very busy i dont have time to search and review a hundred web pages to research i simply wanted a step in the right direction i can more then handle figuering out the rest a lil at a time my work schedule is retarded high though lol so how bout it give me some starting tips like the ones i mentioned thanks
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