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    It is hardware so i spose this is the right place, but i need to know how to overclock? Its 7 minutes behind my watch which was extreamly easy to overclock.

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    are you related to rip the jacker?
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    Originally posted by Keikan@20 August 2004 - 23:11
    are you related to rip the jacker?
    Im his new account, yeah. How does this help me overclock?

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    There is a screw in the back that you can ajust the time with..

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    Originally posted by Ariel_001@20 August 2004 - 23:13
    There is a screw in the back that you can ajust the time with..
    I tried that but heat was becoming an issue. maybe if i connect it to the mains and up the voltage?

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    Originally posted by Tip the Slacker+21 August 2004 - 00:14--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Tip the Slacker &#064; 21 August 2004 - 00:14)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin-Ariel_001@20 August 2004 - 23:13
    There is a screw in the back that you can ajust the time with.. &nbsp;
    I tried that but heat was becoming an issue. maybe if i connect it to the mains and up the voltage?[/b][/quote]
    upping the voltage will only increase the heat.....

    is it a wind-up, or battery powered??? cause if its wind-up you can try watercooling it:

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    Originally posted by Storm+20 August 2004 - 23:44--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Storm @ 20 August 2004 - 23:44)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
    Originally posted by Tip the Slacker@21 August 2004 - 00:14
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    @20 August 2004 - 23:13
    There is a screw in the back that you can ajust the time with.. &nbsp;

    I tried that but heat was becoming an issue. maybe if i connect it to the mains and up the voltage?
    upping the voltage will only increase the heat.....

    is it a wind-up, or battery powered??? cause if its wind-up you can try watercooling it:

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    Won&#39;t that effect the wood?

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    well if its wood, you could try using some other liquid...... oil or terpentine maybe (though that will prolly fuck with the paint)
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    HAHAHA what a funny avatar.

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    Swapping that stock winder for a 300mm may help lower temps a lil&#39;.

    as well u may want to loosen the wind tightness recoil to help the winder run at that high clock time.

    Good luck.

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