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how to OC Intel Conroe ES6700???

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CPU:Intel Conroe ES6700,
Board: Asus P5W DH Deluxe
Cooling: Intel
Power: Ultra X-finity 600w
Ram: OCZ EL DDR2 PC2-6400 800 MHz / Enhanced Latency / Platinum Edition / Dual Channel
Graphics: ATI
OS: Win XP Pro sp2

Thanks
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check the intel overclocking thread pinned at the top of the intel subforum.
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will i'm new to this so i need more help then that plz!
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well its always good to read it first, otherwise the terminology will confuse you.

But basically start off rising the fsb
    
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confuse is right i did read no luck so if someone has same set up and step by step info that would be great!
thank you all
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um, since you have the stock cooler start by:

go to your bios' advanced settings --> jumperfree configurations, set overclocking to manual

raise the fsb speed to 300mhz by pressing "+", it should handle that no problem

set your vCore to 1.40v

set your MCH voltage to 1.55v to start off

set fsb termination voltage to 1.40v

then go to cpu configurations and disable virtualization technology and disable intel speed step

then go to chipset settings and disable SPD timing, and set the timings according to your RAM specifications

hit F10 and then yes to save and reboot

and you now have a e6700 oc'ed to 3ghz

get orthos and intel thermal analysis tool, run orthos for a couple of hours and keep an eye on your TAT readings, make sure that its below 65 on load

If you still have headroom then raise your fsb by 2-5mhz at a time, you might need to raise your vMCH and vCore eventually.
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confuse is right i did read no luck so if someone has same set up and step by step info that would be great!
thank you all
Hmm high dollar equipment, wanting to overclock, read the OCing guide but cant figure it out?? Um Id recomend leaving it alone, because if you cant get the basics from the guide and start there, then someone simply giving you settings isnt going to teach you much. Spend a bit more time with the guide, and read some more post's on the forum, if you cant figure out where to start after that then you are not ready to make any changes VIA the bios. Knowledge is a good thing and so is reading.
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Hmm high dollar equipment, wanting to overclock, read the OCing guide but cant figure it out?? Um Id recomend leaving it alone, because if you cant get the basics from the guide and start there, then someone simply giving you settings isnt going to teach you much. Spend a bit more time with the guide, and read some more post's on the forum, if you cant figure out where to start after that then you are not ready to make any changes VIA the bios. Knowledge is a good thing and so is reading.
I agree completly
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i suggest on reading some more and get a good understanding of what overclocking is, and what each setting affects.
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then someone simply giving you settings isnt going to teach you much. Spend a bit more time with the guide, and read some more post's on the forum,

Agreed.....in fact, I never recomend taking someone else's settings and simply "plugging" them into your system..........IMHO this is the brash and instant gratification mindset of the young and impatient. Overclocking is a hobby and a skill, and plugging numbers into the system that someone else told you to use seems........cheap? I can't find a good way to phrase that

Put it this way......you didn't let someone else put your computer together, so why let someone else overclock it for you?

Besides, I feel that you get a more stable (and possibly higher) overclock by easing the system into the new settings slowly rather than catapulting the settings in one jump.
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