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post #11 of 16
Alright, forget the BIOS update. Just try the settings I gave you.
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i have no idea where to adjust the settings i looked in the bios and all there is is a spread spectrum..
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post #13 of 16
should be somewhere in your BIOS if that board is not a HP/Compaq/Acer thing.

If not, use a windows software, but most OCN members will not recommend it.
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post #14 of 16
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i see the vcore stuff but i cant edit it or anything.. it shows me the readings but its not an option to edit... am i fine leaving it the way it is now? or would you suggest going back to stock clock?
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post #15 of 16
I guess you could overclock without touching vcore or leaving it on auto, but it wouldn't go very far in terms of overall clock speed.
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ok one last question, what would be too high of a temp for the cpu and gpu?
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