Originally Posted by Thumper
if you aren't going to take responsibility for the advice, you really shouldn;t give it
But that's just me.
Yup, I know. That's why I pointed him to the guide.
[QUOTE=ThumperDefinatly read the guides, lots of good information.......I personally recomend making small, single changes. Raise your FSB by 5-10MHz only, and don't change your chipset voltages, or RAM settings all at the same time. See how high the CPU will go, then see if you can lower the RAM timings....ect.....
Slow and steady.......[/QUOTE]
My experience with the D930 and the ASUS mainboard was that I would get absolutely nowhere interesting without raising the chipset voltages. About the rest - I completely agree with you, but I wanted him to read the guide instead of telling him what to do. It's so well written, and contains a lot more info than I could write in one post. So, yeah - keep memory @ SPD and speeds lower than advertised, go easy on the vcore and frquency jumps. But I still believe what I said about the chipset and fsb voltages to be true...But then again, you're a lot better at overclocking than I am