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Hi all, I've never overclocked a cpu before so i'm a complete beginner. i was hoping some could help me with an easy step to step guide telling me exactly what to do, to lets say overclock to 4ghz. any help will be greatly appreciated.
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with the K series chips, you just need to move up the multiplier on the chip.
DO NOT INCREASE THE BASECLOCK. Leave that at 100mhz. you can ruin your motherboard if you change that.

You should be able to get your clock up to at least 3.8 or 4.0 using stock voltages.
just move up the multi and test for stability every so often, like every 200mhz or so.
Then once you start becoming unstable bump up your voltage just a tad.
I would predict you should be able to get at least 4.5ghz out of your setup.
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Check in our Club here.

Click hidden images/text and you will get it step by step with bios snapshots.
    
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Set the multi to 49
Voltage 1.5
memory profile: XMP
reboot and adjust voltage as needed
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Thanks alot guys, i will check the club, link and take your advise on board, again very helpfull and thanks
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right i tried a 4.5 overclock with cpu voltage at 1.28 but got a blue screen crash 4 mins into prime95. so i went into the bios to raise the voltage but if i put it to 1.3v the voltage is written in pink where as at 1.28 it it was written in yellow. so i guess my question is, does this mean anything? sorry for the dumb questions btw.
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had prime running for 10mins this time @4.5ghz and i.3v with no problems so far. hopefully it stays this way.
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had prime running for 10mins this time @4.5ghz and i.3v with no problems so far. hopefully it stays this way.
Leave it going for ~6 hrs before trying for another overclock. I find that LinX or IBT with the latest Linpack helps quicken stability tests. Of course with any of them, I would make sure you're utilizing your memory (~3GB if you have 4GB, ~7GB if you have 8GB, etc.).
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Leave it going for ~6 hrs before trying for another overclock. I find that LinX or IBT with the latest Linpack helps quicken stability tests. Of course with any of them, I would make sure you're utilizing your memory (~3GB if you have 4GB, ~7GB if you have 8GB, etc.).
yea i will do that, might use linx after prime because i hear it's the daddy of stability. do you know what i meant by the voltages being displayed in different colours depending on how high the voltage is? thanks for your help though
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