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Not even sure how I did it buts its at 3,8 now
You should really read about overclocking first, for your hardware to be safe
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Dont leave voltage on Auto, if you are. It will crank it self up to insane voltages.
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Purchase a new heatsink or water cooling.

Hyper 212+ will be decent up to 4.8GHz

D14 and Silver Arrow might get you to and past 5GHz

Replace the Thermal Paste (TIM) with Artic Silver 5, MX-2, or MX-4 compunds.

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You can safely overclock everything else right now. Download a program from MSI called Afterburner.

You can define user settings to setup your fan to run faster more quickly than on Auto. Raise your GPU clock and use the Kombuster utility to see if the overclock is holding for about 10 or 15 minutes. Once you find what can hold at stock voltage, you should test it with some games.

Do the same thing with your memory clock seperately. You could start raising voltages by the smallest increments available to increase the clock speed further. Try to stay cooler than 60C, but some will say higher is ok.

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Your memory clock is probably the best way to optimize your memory on SB. You could try that first. You may be able to reduce the timings of the memory too. Read the manual and learn what they tell you the bios does. You could increase DRAM Voltage up to 1.65v and start increasing the BCLK, but when you do this, you increase clocks in your whole system. I cannot tell you some settings I know that are safe for your board, but maybe others will.

Have fun!
 
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