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post #11 of 59
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I cant find an option to increase FSB in my bios.. also tell me from looking into the bios pics that which setting along with the FSB is to be increased and exactly how much should I increase the FSB and others..
The main prob is that I don't know which setting in my bios is for what and do not have much of a practice to do bios settings...

Okay as I am new I will try my best to do a successful overclock with my pc ...
But I wanted to ask one thing, As I am new and don't know much, will my testing and increasing the rates may result in spoiling my pc??? I definitely don't want to do that and that is the only reason I don't want to TRY. Its better to ask the pros..
post #12 of 59
At this point I don't really know if you are trolling or if you are just lazy.

You won't understand overclocking unless you read about it. Go google the answer to those questions.
post #13 of 59
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plz dude help me....
I've posted my bios pics so that u guys can help me out... plz tell me the next step.
and I HAVE read about overclocking and I understand it quite well..... Its just that i am having problems finding the settings in my bios that all and the main thing.... I DO NOT WANT TO SPOIL MY PC....
post #14 of 59
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Originally Posted by EduFurtado View Post

change ai overclocking from auto to manual an start overclocking
You clearly don't really understand what you are doing. You better read a lot before you start. Understand it first. It's much simpler than you think, unless you are going for xtreme clocks

I agree, once you turn this to manual you will have all the options available to OC
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post #15 of 59
change 200 to something like 220 or 230. im sure you'll see something 200 in there. lol
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post #16 of 59
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@croy... what do u mean by changing 200 to 220?? Is that mean changing FSB and where exactly can I find It??
post #17 of 59
First know what the max temps and voltage is for your chip, then continue. You also need to have temp and voltage monitoring programs. I like hw info. You may also want CPU-z and real temp.

Now, when you adjust the voltage and stress test you can stay in a safe range for your voltages and temps.

I don't know much about overclocking your chip, but I'll see what I can do for you.

Look up other peoples overclocks and try or a easy one. Then try for more from there.

Usually you just need to worry about adjusting the multiplier, fsb, and vcore.
Edited by Sean Webster - 11/21/11 at 7:48am
post #18 of 59
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@croy... what do u mean by changing 200 to 220?? Is that mean changing FSB and where exactly can I find It??

yeah its the FSB. set the Ai to manual first. then im sure you'll see something like 200MHz in there. focus on that and play with it.
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With the help of softwares like core temp and CPU-Z I have got the following observations;-

From Core Temp :-
CoreTemp-Scr.png

From CPU-Z:-
CPUZ1.jpg

CPUZ2.jpg

CPUZ3.jpg
CPUZ4.jpg

CPUZ5.jpg

CPUZ6.jpg

My mobo has Intel G41 Chipset... bot how do I find out its max temp and voltage???
See the bios pics in page 1 of this thread.. there are many volts in the bios screen like memory volt,etc .. which one is used for overclocking??
and which temp?? CPU temp or MB temp?? and How much should I increase in both volt and temp??
post #20 of 59
download a software called Prime95 and HWmonitor.
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