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    Maxtor special edition problems with overclocking?

    Sup, I just wonder if anyone have experienced problems with maxtor drives when overclocking? I dont want to risk the information on my drives in vain
    Any overclocker here who knows how high I can get my fsb with this drive? Its a maxtor diamondmax9 + 80 gig 8 mbyte cache

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    If you have a new and nice Mainboard, the pci-divider shouldn't be that much of a problem really. I think. =)

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    true true .. but I like to be on the safe side =D
    I have my life on this harddrive :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrik aka [NH]ZeNNaN
    true true .. but I like to be on the safe side =D
    I have my life on this harddrive :shock:
    Haha that´s what we called a confirmed computernerd :P hehe
    [list][*]Motherboard EpoX EP-4G4A[*]Processor P4 2.4GHz[*]Graphic GeForce4 4400 128Mb[*]RAM 512 DDR Twinmos Winbond[*]Harddrive IBM 46.1Gb, WD 100Gb[/list:u]

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    hehe say what?? im totally normal :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrik aka [NH]ZeNNaN
    hehe say what?? im totally normal :shock:
    hehe, yeah, a normal computernerd Just like all of us
    [list][*]Motherboard EpoX EP-4G4A[*]Processor P4 2.4GHz[*]Graphic GeForce4 4400 128Mb[*]RAM 512 DDR Twinmos Winbond[*]Harddrive IBM 46.1Gb, WD 100Gb[/list:u]

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    I´ve had a couple off Maxtor drives through the yeras...and have pushed the fsb´s and dividers to the limits....and my Maxtors have never failed me.
    However...they sound like a milsaw when working in fulload.

    Recently I had enough off them so I swaped them for Baracuda V´s ...they are silent and wonderful...so far so god.
    Push It To The Limit

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    ok thanx, then I dont need to worry too much =)

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