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I literally just built my AMD rig and it was also my first time and I'm so glad it actually works but I have friends telling me that it would help to overclock. I checked and most said to use BIOS. I don't know what all these terms mean in the crosshair iv extreme bios, but I really need help in overclocking the cpu and the memory if possible as well. Here's my build:
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme
Corsair DOMINATOR GT 8GB DDR3 2000Mhz
ASUS Radeon HD 6950 x2 in CrossfireX
Corsair Nova 32GB SSD
WD Velociraptor 300GB
WD 2TB 7200rpm
Corsair AX850 850W PSU
Corsair Graphite Series 600T

Anything can help
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Welcome to the wonderful world of overclocking! I could tell you all the basic stuff you will need to overclock your system but I think you should read some of the posts that are already up. There is lots of useful information out there like this one:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...l-threads.html

When you OC your system make sure you have a good cooling system for your CPU. I'm not sure if you have one or not but you don't want to OC your system using the fans that came with the CPU.

You should also use the Bios for OCing since you have more direct control over things. I know that the Crosshair IV formula has all this software that OC's your system for you but you can go much further then what they do for you. In the end it really takes alot of time to OC your system and its never quick. I know it took me about a month to OC my system. From the CPU, ram, and make my SSD drives boot up quickly.

Im sure other people will post up the settings they used to get their system Oced but remember that every system is different and each uses different settings to become stable.
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What cooler for cpu do you have-and set up asus probe so you can monitor everything-plus down load hw monitor and core temp to use also. once you have them easyer to help you. But yes its realy not that hard to get a good oc. But one step at a time.
    
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http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem

Go there and fill it out as detailed as you can! This will be our most helpful tool in pointing you in the right direction!
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Originally Posted by yancyv8 View Post
I literally just built my AMD rig and it was also my first time and I'm so glad it actually works but I have friends telling me that it would help to overclock. I checked and most said to use BIOS. I don't know what all these terms mean in the crosshair iv extreme bios, but I really need help in overclocking the cpu and the memory if possible as well. Here's my build:
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme
Corsair DOMINATOR GT 8GB DDR3 2000Mhz
ASUS Radeon HD 6950 x2 in CrossfireX
Corsair Nova 32GB SSD
WD Velociraptor 300GB
WD 2TB 7200rpm
Corsair AX850 850W PSU
Corsair Graphite Series 600T

Anything can help
Here's a real good place to start http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html it has a lot of the "How To" OC info, plus it'll give you a good path to follow. And like Warblade31 said it'll pay to take your time, study the guide above, learn your bios and work just one area at a time, find your systems limits individually than add them together in the end for a complete system OC.

Also check out the link in my sig and come join us. You can add yourself to the Members list. There is also a list of some very useful links just under the spread sheets. You'll find a very good group of fellow CHIV owners to help you with any questions regarding your mobo or it's setup. If you ever have a need feel free to PM me as I'm always willing to help those that ask for it.

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Originally Posted by Warblade31 View Post
Welcome to the wonderful world of overclocking! I could tell you all the basic stuff you will need to overclock your system but I think you should read some of the posts that are already up. There is lots of useful information out there like this one:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...l-threads.html

When you OC your system make sure you have a good cooling system for your CPU. I'm not sure if you have one or not but you don't want to OC your system using the fans that came with the CPU.

You should also use the Bios for OCing since you have more direct control over things. I know that the Crosshair IV formula has all this software that OC's your system for you but you can go much further then what they do for you. In the end it really takes alot of time to OC your system and its never quick. I know it took me about a month to OC my system. From the CPU, ram, and make my SSD drives boot up quickly.

Im sure other people will post up the settings they used to get their system Oced but remember that every system is different and each uses different settings to become stable.
I sure wish others would make responses like this. GREAT Job!

I notice you're carrying the Club link in your sig but I didn't see you on the members list either so I wanted to extend the invite to you as well to fill in your specs in the CHIV Club spread sheet.
 
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Here's a real good place to start http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html it has a lot of the "How To" OC info, plus it'll give you a good path to follow. And like Warblade31 said it'll pay to take your time, study the guide above, learn your bios and work just one area at a time, find your systems limits individually than add them together in the end for a complete system OC.

Also check out the link in my sig and come join us. You can add yourself to the Members list. There is also a list of some very useful links just under the spread sheets. You'll find a very good group of fellow CHIV owners to help you with any questions regarding your mobo or it's setup. If you ever have a need feel free to PM me as I'm always willing to help those that ask for it.



I sure wish others would make responses like this. GREAT Job!

I notice you're carrying the Club link in your sig but I didn't see you on the members list either so I wanted to extend the invite to you as well to fill in your specs in the CHIV Club spread sheet.
Hey Sandman, its nice to see another Michigander on here. I did join the club and got a lot of information from the thread. I joined on 2/21 Im under the formula group. I think that the CHIV motherboard is the best out there. I can do so much more with this motherboard then with what I see others do with theirs.

As for the post I like to be as friendly as possible. Thats how we get more people to join the site.
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Wow I'm sorry about that, I forgot to mention the cooler. I have the corsair H70 liquid cooler. And thanx all of u for the help.

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