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    Default Re: Is my overclock stable?

    I agree. This OS is faster than Win 7 without these changes. Good luck to all in not burning up your CPU's with this beta OS.

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    Default Re: Is my overclock stable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Myers View Post
    I agree. This OS is faster than Win 7 without these changes. Good luck to all in not burning up your CPU's with this beta OS.
    Ted, nice to meet you here. Hope we can be friends.

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    Default Re: Is my overclock stable?

    po1nted, welcome to our Forum. I am unsure about being friends, but colleagues is a possibility. Continue to return and post answers as often as you can. Again, welcome.

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