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post #1451 of 2000
I should try getting back up to those speeds again
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1762883

current speeds: http://valid.canardpc.com/2788397
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I want a button to press in win7 so I can turn up the OC to 4.2 with the voltages/etc I know I need, and then a button to turn off the OC, without restarting.

I only need the OC in 4 games, older 1 ones don't need it, stock is fine. I'm not even worried about my 2500k, its the mobo that is way more likely to fail since they don't make them to last past the warranty period.

Why haven't they given us this option for OCing, just like how with afterburner, when I play older games @1080p, I can downclock my 7950 CF to 450/625 just to save their useful life, and in a few games turn them back to stock with a click of a button.
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post #1454 of 2000
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Originally Posted by Kaltenbrunner View Post

I want a button to press in win7 so I can turn up the OC to 4.2 with the voltages/etc I know I need, and then a button to turn off the OC, without restarting.

I only need the OC in 4 games, older 1 ones don't need it, stock is fine. I'm not even worried about my 2500k, its the mobo that is way more likely to fail since they don't make them to last past the warranty period.

Why haven't they given us this option for OCing, just like how with afterburner, when I play older games @1080p, I can downclock my 7950 CF to 450/625 just to save their useful life, and in a few games turn them back to stock with a click of a button.
you need an ASUS mobo with the latest AI Suite software..
post #1455 of 2000
Hello

ecuse my english

Anyone have reference about this batch

2500k


Batch 3243A772

Costa RIca 2012

Is a good or bad batch?

I can´t found nothing with google!!!!!

Thanks
post #1456 of 2000
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Originally Posted by APC View Post

Hello

ecuse my english

Anyone have reference about this batch

2500k


Batch 3243A772

Costa RIca 2012

Is a good or bad batch?

I can´t found nothing with google!!!!!

Thanks

it is hard to say since there are good and bad in every batch. it comes down to the luck of the draw.
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post #1457 of 2000

I just got myself an i5 2500k (will post a SS when I get home) and I wanted to overclock it. I have never overclocked before.

 

Will my current motherboard be good for overclocking? ASRock - H61DE/S3 (http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H61DES3/)

or should I get a new one?

 

I am okay with getting a new motherboard and using my current motherboard for an HTPC build using my old i3 2100 processor. If I need a new motherboard what one should I be looking at? I have seen people using the ASRock Z77 Extreme 4.

 

I could defiantly use some feedback. thumb.gif

 

- Pidoma

post #1458 of 2000
you can't overclock on your current mobo, no...
and what's your budget for your new mobo, I do not recommend the ASRock Ext4
post #1459 of 2000
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you can't overclock on your current mobo, no...
and what's your budget for your new mobo, I do not recommend the ASRock Ext4

I would say no more than $200 for a new motherboard.

post #1460 of 2000
planning on SLi one day or any other hardware in the PCI lanes.?
I guess if you thought about if you want ATx or mATX.
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