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My PC locks up when I Over Clock. Is it the Mother Board, the PSU or V

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October 19, 2009 4:24:35 PM

My PC locks up when I Over Clock. Is it the Mother Board, the PSU or Vista? Every power Supply calculator I can find I should be able to use less than 700 watts so I bought the Antec True 750. Could this cause it? How can I get my memory to run at it's native 1600? Memory runs fine at 1333.





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