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    Overclocking In A Shuttle

    Could i overclock a Barton XP2500 to Xp3200 Levels in a shuttle?

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    Re: Overclocking In A Shuttle

    Originally posted by M@rco
    Could i overclock a Barton XP2500 to Xp3200 Levels in a shuttle?
    Depends on the shuttle. Almost definately in an sn45g though i wouldnt try it with an sn41g2

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    yes you can.. i did it with out a problem and i had the volts at 1.55 = )

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    I thought the sn41g2 was newer and better than the sn45g

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    Nope.

    45g is newer and the only shuttle you should look at if you want to overclock.

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