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ZT Affinity Overclock?

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July 8, 2008 6:50:58 PM

I know its better to build your own pc, but I saw this deal http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=112895...

Is it possible to overclock? I know on my compaq that I have now that I bought back at thanksgiving, overclocking is disabled.




I e-mailed zt systems and this was the reply:

"Dear Customer,

It depends on the motherboard and the BIOS Version. We usually do not "disable" this feature or any feature for that matter."




I haven't dealt with any other brands other than hp and compaq so yea, maybe someone else can tell me

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July 8, 2008 7:01:10 PM

From what I've seen Zt seems to be a pretty good company, I'd say there's a fair chance you'll be able OC (of course say good bye warranty) or it'll only require a lil work to do so.
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July 9, 2008 7:08:54 PM

Not a bad system. Why not DIY? You could build a smiler system for the same price that is SURE to OC.

Imo, I wouldn't count too much on being able to OC.
July 9, 2008 7:17:11 PM

yea i ended up mock-building one on newegg, and the grand total came up to 580 bucks and 605 with tax. But instead of a quad core i put in a e8400 core 2 duo. Thanks guys, i guess i'll pass :p 
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