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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

ok sure already have coretemp just need other 2
post #22 of 84
Before we start with the overclock, lets start with how to get things back from a bad OC, so say you tweak your settings and you cant load windows, you will restart your computer, and start repeatedly pressing delete until your bios screen comes up, then you can change things back, or revert back to stock settings.

Do you have a laptop where you can post on the forum while your in your bios screen?
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lol might have to explain again exactly where do i go

Go into the BIOS, then look for something called advanced BIOS features(if i'm correct). From there, look for something called CPU clock control. Set that to manual and raise the value to 228. Then, look for something called CPU clock ratio, reduce that to 15x. Next, go to DRAM configuration and manually set the frequency to 667Mhz. Save and restart.
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Before we start with the overclock, lets start with how to get things back from a bad OC, so say you tweak your settings and you cant load windows, you will restart your computer, and start repeatedly pressing delete until your bios screen comes up, then you can change things back, or revert back to stock settings.
Do you have a laptop where you can post on the forum while your in your bios screen?

well not a laptop but we have other computer right outside my room but very slow
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well not a laptop but we have other computer right outside my room but very slow

Follow the steps i explained. Should be easy enough thumb.gif
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Follow the steps i explained. Should be easy enough thumb.gif

ok one sec im still able to talk to you guys right now i am on the other computer
post #27 of 84
@Punkx 1 :why OC using the FSB rather then the Multi?
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@Punkx 1 :why OC using the FSB rather then the Multi?

huh everything good to go should i go ahead and start?
post #29 of 84
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huh everything good to go should i go ahead and start?

Yep, just follow steps listed... or you can just up the multiplier from 16 to 17. this will give you a 3.4 overclock without messing with the ram
post #30 of 84
There is multiple ways to overclock your computer, you have an unlocked chip, meaning the multiplier for the CPU isnt locked like some chips, I find this.... easier, but less precise. Ususally I try to get close using a multiplier, then back off and upp the FSB till it starts crashing
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