Conclusion

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I also want to let you know a few things. All of the GFDs reviewed here are, as mentioned before, of the same technical quality. The instructions that came with all three were adequate to that even a beginner can read them. Each of the companies web site includes a tutorial for removing the casing of the Athlon processor and switch settings incase you lose yours.

In the end, the feature of the K7 Overclocking Card overcame the others. The small height of the PCB as well as the pass through power cable allows the most options to the user. It also incorporates the easiest of the three switch combinations with at least 4 switches easy to use. All this, and it’s the cheapest too. It receives my highest recommendation, though the other two are decent replacements in case the K7OC is unavailable.

K7 Overclocking Card
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(8.0 / 10.0)

Northwind GFD
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(7.0 / 10.0)

Ninja Micros Freespeed Pro
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(6.5 / 10.0)

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