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  1. Well...Comcast may have high speeds, but they also have those invisible caps on how much you can download a month. But god how I would love those speeds, compared to my shit which is supposed to be rated 3/256:

    :::.. Download Stats ..:::

    Connection is:: 898 Kbps about 0.9 Mbps (tested with 579 KB)

    Download Speed is:: 110 KB/sec

    Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/

    Bottom Line:: 16 times faster than 56K you can download 1MB in 9.31 second(s)

    Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/cgi-bin/get.cgi?Test_ID=K4OO03Y9J

    :(

  2. Besides, Intel is having issues with increasing the speeds of their processors, especially with heat and such with only a stock heatsink. They've even said themselves that they're running out of ways to boost the clock speeds on modern architectures; and AMD has similar scores to P4, but with a lot lower clock speed...(P4: 3.2ghz, AMD: 2.4ghz). Put the 2 at same clocks and amd will SMOKE p4. And nobody made such a huge hype about Apple's first 64bit cuz the amount of people using apple is a LOT less than people using x86 platforms...

  3. WHATEVER YOU DO DON'T GET AN AN7 (yet)!!! The AN7 has HUGE issues right now due to it being in it's first revision. I mean, look at the NF7, this is it's 3rd revision and they still have problems with somethings. For the AN7 things range from uGuru being ubber gay and not working right to no sound at ALL to poorer performance than it's sibling NF7. Just don't get an AN7, and the uGuru isn't even worth it, it takes the fun out of overclocking it manually :D .

    And on a side note, the athlon will smoke the celeron out of the water. Pure and simple. Hell the athlon will probably beat the P4 of same speed (non celeron).

  4. Uhh! Don't screw with any switches on your motherboard (or jumpers for that matter) unless you know their purpose! So let me get this straight, it lets you OC it now? Cuz if it's OEM most manufacturers put a BIOS based lock on the softmenu to prevent OCing a system. Otherwise they could've been weird and used a jumper...

  5. Uhh! Don't screw with any switches on your motherboard (or jumpers for that matter) unless you know their purpose! So let me get this straight, it lets you OC it now? Cuz if it's OEM most manufacturers put a BIOS based lock on the softmenu to prevent OCing a system. Otherwise they could've been weird and used a jumper...

  6. Uhh! Don't screw with any switches on your motherboard (or jumpers for that matter) unless you know their purpose! So let me get this straight, it lets you OC it now? Cuz if it's OEM most manufacturers put a BIOS based lock on the softmenu to prevent OCing a system. Otherwise they could've been weird and used a jumper...

  7. Uhh! Don't screw with any switches on your motherboard (or jumpers for that matter) unless you know their purpose! So let me get this straight, it lets you OC it now? Cuz if it's OEM most manufacturers put a BIOS based lock on the softmenu to prevent OCing a system. Otherwise they could've been weird and used a jumper...

  8. Uhh! Don't screw with any switches on your motherboard (or jumpers for that matter) unless you know their purpose! So let me get this straight, it lets you OC it now? Cuz if it's OEM most manufacturers put a BIOS based lock on the softmenu to prevent OCing a system. Otherwise they could've been weird and used a jumper...

  9. No risks at all. You're not changing the voltages of the ram or cpu YET so just tighten the timings. It's alright if it can go in intervals of 2, just go for 8-2-2-2 and see if it's stable im Memtest86. Forgot where to dl it, but I thought it's www.memtest.org. Unless you change voltages, you can't do any harm, and if the comp stops responding or booting, just clear the cmos by jumper and turn it back on.

  10. No risks at all. You're not changing the voltages of the ram or cpu YET so just tighten the timings. It's alright if it can go in intervals of 2, just go for 8-2-2-2 and see if it's stable im Memtest86. Forgot where to dl it, but I thought it's www.memtest.org. Unless you change voltages, you can't do any harm, and if the comp stops responding or booting, just clear the cmos by jumper and turn it back on.

  11. No risks at all. You're not changing the voltages of the ram or cpu YET so just tighten the timings. It's alright if it can go in intervals of 2, just go for 8-2-2-2 and see if it's stable im Memtest86. Forgot where to dl it, but I thought it's www.memtest.org. Unless you change voltages, you can't do any harm, and if the comp stops responding or booting, just clear the cmos by jumper and turn it back on.

  12. No risks at all. You're not changing the voltages of the ram or cpu YET so just tighten the timings. It's alright if it can go in intervals of 2, just go for 8-2-2-2 and see if it's stable im Memtest86. Forgot where to dl it, but I thought it's www.memtest.org. Unless you change voltages, you can't do any harm, and if the comp stops responding or booting, just clear the cmos by jumper and turn it back on.

  13. No risks at all. You're not changing the voltages of the ram or cpu YET so just tighten the timings. It's alright if it can go in intervals of 2, just go for 8-2-2-2 and see if it's stable im Memtest86. Forgot where to dl it, but I thought it's www.memtest.org. Unless you change voltages, you can't do any harm, and if the comp stops responding or booting, just clear the cmos by jumper and turn it back on.

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