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    Re: Advice on an upgrade

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    Would the abit board I have chosen in my original post allow for changing the multiplier and how would i find out if i wanted to check on other boards?

    thanks
    yes it will . thats an overclocking board

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    Re: Advice on an upgrade

    ahh ok thanks dude xD

    Damn you twisting my arm

    Btw when it comes to Ocing will you be around for help xD

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    Re: Advice on an upgrade

    More than likely will be yeah..loads of people here will help though

    Litterally is a simple as changing one number in the bios though.

    x12, x14 etc..

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    Re: Advice on an upgrade

    ok matey thanks so much

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