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Scan 3XS-OC System Review - Scan 3XS-OC System Review
Tue, March 30 2004 | 11:29PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"There's more than one method of building of high-performance system. Scan has shown us that. Going down the enthusiasts' route of overclocking the CPU and motherboard has paid dividends for the 3XS-OC system. Scan chose to add an extra 20% FSB and RAM oomph to a regular 2.6GHz 200MHz FSB Pentium 4 and ABIT Springdale motherboard. Some of Corsair's finest (and most expensive) RAM was used to guarantee the preferred synchronous FSB and dual-channel DRAM combination. We're pleased that Scan has been able to manage it without the need for additional voltage to the CPU"
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