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well here is a pic of this info in cpu-z


2ir64p2.jpg
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well i believe its called AMD 870

Need the exact model. AMD 870 is the chipset of the motherboard. Here, use this to find out - http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html

It'll list the complete specs of your computer
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Do you know what type of CPU cooler you have? if you have no idea, you can snap a picture of the inside of your computer and we can probably figure it out. A lucky guess before is that you have a H50 or something similar but let us know.
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well here is a pic of this info in cpu-z


2ir64p2.jpg

Perfect, the mobo is willing and able to handle a good overclock thumb.gif

First off, let's get you started with a marginal OC.

Go into the BIOS and set the CPU multiplier to 15x and raise the FSB(CPU clock) to about 228. That should give you an OC of about 3.4Ghz. Also, manually lower the DRAM frequency to about 667Mhz.

What CPU cooler are you using?
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Do you know what type of CPU cooler you have? if you have no idea, you can snap a picture of the inside of your computer and we can probably figure it out. A lucky guess before is that you have a H50 or something similar but let us know.

ok i will try and take a clear picture
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ok i will try and take a clear picture

Also, take a screenshot/pic of your BIOS mate. That should make it easier for us to guide you in the simplest way possible thumb.gif
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Do you know what type of CPU cooler you have? if you have no idea, you can snap a picture of the inside of your computer and we can probably figure it out. A lucky guess before is that you have a H50 or something similar but let us know.
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Perfect, the mobo is willing and able to handle a good overclock thumb.gif
First off, let's get you started with a marginal OC.
Go into the BIOS and set the CPU multiplier to 15x and raise the FSB(CPU clock) to about 228. That should give you an OC of about 3.4Ghz. Also, manually lower the DRAM frequency to about 667Mhz.
What CPU cooler are you using?

well camera is dead il charge it for about 5 minutes then il try and take couple pics


also really guys thanks so much for this
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well camera is dead il charge it for about 5 minutes then il try and take couple pics
also really guys thanks so much for this

In the meantime, try the OC procedure i explained to you. Even if you are on the stock cooler, it should be able to handle 3.4Ghz with ease.
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In the meantime, try the OC procedure i explained to you. Even if you are on the stock cooler, it should be able to handle 3.4Ghz with ease.

lol might have to explain again exactly where do i go
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Download these programs while your waiting for your camera to charge

Prime95 -> http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=205
Coretemp -> http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
SuperPiMod -> http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/366/Super_PI_Mod_v1.5.html

I like to use superpi for fine tuning, it will come in handy at the end of your OCing, I could explain but it will go over your head with your current knowledge and terminology. So I will save it for later thumb.gif
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