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June 6, 2005, 4:39 pm
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I just ordered a FX55 San Diego for a system I'm about to build. I don't
plan on OC'ing it anytime soon as I have know idea how to safely OC.
This is something I will look to learn slowly in the future. Am I
screwing myself by using the included heatsink and fan right now? Will
they do the trick? Or should I not use them and buy something a little
more high-end now? I ask mainly because I heard the San Diego was going
to run cooler at 90nm then the previous chip did at 130nm.
Thanks for any advice!
Re: FX55 San Diego Heatsink
On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 23:59:31 +0000, Clob wrote:
I guess you know that you can also lower then multiplier on standard A64's
too. You just can't raise the multiplier like you can on the FX.
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