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Think going to OC my Q6600, need help

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February 8, 2011 2:01:11 AM

Ok

I think I will try to OC my q6600 in my Dell XPS 420. I have read about the tape pin mod, is there any other mods for it?

So I only do the tape mod and use the stock huge cooler that Dell put onto it?
Use Artic thermal paste to put a seal back on it?

Will I fry my mb? What can I do to keep it from happening?



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February 8, 2011 3:15:40 AM

many risk than succes ! overclock is your own risk
Doing this will void your warranty. It is easily reversible however, a little nail polish remover or something will take the mod off.

1. get good PSU
2. You can buy "Silver conductive ink" from radio shack i believe.
3. guide : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zUTI_LvjqM

IF YOU DO NOT EXPERIENCE IN TERM OF OVERCLOCK DO NOT DO THAT !





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February 8, 2011 4:16:45 PM

henydiah said:
many risk than succes ! overclock is your own risk
Doing this will void your warranty. It is easily reversible however, a little nail polish remover or something will take the mod off.

1. get good PSU
2. You can buy "Silver conductive ink" from radio shack i believe.
3. guide : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zUTI_LvjqM

IF YOU DO NOT EXPERIENCE IN TERM OF OVERCLOCK DO NOT DO THAT !


Thanks, I live in Japan so I have to find it here. I think the computer is out of warrenty.

Going to build computer. Many people have said it works. No?
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February 8, 2011 11:36:31 PM

exactly once, for your system works although it is not good in the oc, to the fore if you want to upgrade you can exploit some of the system for example: hdd, ram, cpu, psu (if good you can use it, vga, dvd room, casings etc in this you will only be burdened for the replacement of motherborad alone, P55 so is good for your cpu.
but after all it's different if you would change whole system, the new news is sandy ivy, AMD x6 , i7 or I5 750
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February 20, 2011 8:53:23 PM

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