Originally Posted by Adeoliver
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.