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    Over clocking help needed :P

    I have a P4 1800 and was wondering what the easiest and safest way to clock it is.

    I REALLY don't wanna knacker it up as it's my only PC

    Any help and advise is HIGHLY welcome

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    Default Re: Over clocking help needed :P

    Then the best advice is "Dont overclock it" your only talking about a few megs anyway, and you will not notice the differance.

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    Default Re: Over clocking help needed :P

    Cool, I kinda was hoping for advise like that

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