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I'm really having a hardtime contemplating weather or not I should
OC my 6800. I don't want to only because I really dont want to do any damage to it, since it costed more than my CPU, mobo, and 1 RAM chip put together. Will I get a significant performance boost out of it, or is it not worth the risk?

And, is it better to have 256mb RAM, and 128 bit (for graphics cards), or is 128mb RAM and 256 bit better?
 

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well, the 6800's are the cream of the crop. i don't think that you should do it, unless you're getting low fps in games (which you shouldn't be) or lagging, or you just wanna oc it for the hell of it... i wouldn't do it only cuz its got a warranty on it... after teh warranty expires, i mite if im gettin low fps...

in a nutshell: don't unless you're getting low fps or lag in games.

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I'm really having a hardtime contemplating weather or not I should
OC my 6800. I don't want to only because I really dont want to do any damage to it, since it costed more than my CPU, mobo, and 1 RAM chip put together. Will I get a significant performance boost out of it, or is it not worth the risk?

And, is it better to have 256mb RAM, and 128 bit (for graphics cards), or is 128mb RAM and 256 bit better?

 
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