yes parts are expensive in our country, thats why you need to overclock that cpu.
follow this guide:
1. Go to bios and change DRAM Frequency from auto to whatever is the lowest possible, probably 333 mhz. (this will give ram some headroom while it is also overclocked with the cpu)
Also lower the HT multiplier to 3x or 4x to give it some room.
2. Go to bios, advanced chipset, and raise the bus speed (this overclocks cpu)
First change from 200 to 203, save settings and exit, go to windows.
Run Orthos stress test for 3 minutes to check stability http://www.overclock.net/downloads/138142-orthos.html
3. If it passes the 3 minute test, restart and go to bios, change bus speed again from 203-206, and so keep repeating until it fails the stress test in windows.
4. Once you fail the stress test, lets say at 250 bus speed, lower it by ten to 240 bus speed and run stress test again for 6 hours to check for stability. If you pass then you just found your max stable clock. If you fail then lower it a bit again and run stress test.
Read these guides on overclocking intel cpu http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...ed-guides.html
If you live near my area I can teach you in person in exchange for a bucket of SML beer.
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my dram frequency was 211 MHz and run the stress test and it passed and i try to make it 215 MHz but after 3 minutes my pc is frost and i lower the frequency to 212 and it passed.
haha sure, im from cavite where u live