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    Lets see what you have Clocked your SD to?

    Id be interested to see what you guys have clocked your San Diego's to? Please could you indicate what cooling you are using as well.

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    a quick search and oh look what i've found.... http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=44760
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    Was hoping for some more results..........

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    2.8 - prime stable, everything stable. Using zalman reserator, i think my board and the other temp things are stopping me going higher, ive only got 1 120mm fan in there at the moment though, about to put another couple of fans.

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    a whopping 2365!

    thats all my 2 x 1gb sticks will alow.

    better than nothing i suppose.

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    Ive seen CPU-Z's of 3250mhz on air...
    Sick of using good companies? Then why not try a bad one - Overclockers UK. Officially the worst service this side of the Kwai.

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    what!!! any chance of a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mg1973
    a whopping 2365!

    thats all my 2 x 1gb sticks will alow.

    better than nothing i suppose.
    Have you tried a different ratio for the memory?

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