Big Screen TV's Just Got Bigger

"Big Screen TV's Just Got Bigger"

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Want a big screen TV that is larger than yourself? Look no further. Samsung has just announed the release of their newest big screen LCD TV. Measuring in at a whopping 70" diagonal and featuring full HDTV specs, this thing should prove to be an absolute MONSTER!

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21-08-2006, 18:46:17

Another vote for the San diego. Very good overclockers aswell :)

21-08-2006, 21:03:49

WC Annihilus
I love my Sandy, 2.86 at 1.45v (.05 above stock), and 3ghz at 1.52v, very healthy :)

21-08-2006, 21:54:05


I love my Sandy, 2.86 at 1.45v (.05 above stock), and 3ghz at 1.52v, very healthy :)

Very nice overclock? What cooling and have you tried higher? :)

21-08-2006, 22:00:22

WC Annihilus
Got a good ol TT BT. I've tried to get higher, but my stupid mobo won't go above 1.57v :mad:

31-08-2006, 12:30:31

I have a 3500 running at 2.2ghz still with standard cooling. Is it worth an overclock or do these cards not OC well? I see a lot of you are saying that the 3700+ OC's better. Is that chip particularly good, or is mine just really bad? :p

Any info would be good, very new to all this business, but if I can extra performance, might as well have a pop

31-08-2006, 12:59:34

I also have a 3500+ venice runnin at 2.2. I've just gotta get a day together where I can sit down and try overclocking

31-08-2006, 13:02:13

Well ive got a 3500 newcastle atm. Ive got a 3200 venice on the way. downgrade? nope. the venice will clock higher (i hope...)

So yeah, give overclocking it a go, the x11 muti is also good.

31-08-2006, 14:30:32

Have it running at 2.4ghz easily with stock cooling. Might try a couple of case fans and a bigger heat sink + fan and see if I can manage 2.6 or 2.8

31-08-2006, 14:36:14

What kind of temps are you getting?

31-08-2006, 15:48:20

Running at between 45 and 50 atm. Thats under high load, certainly don't want it much higher

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