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Is there any software that can let me OC my CPU, RAM, and video card all in one?
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No there isn't. and welcome, glad to see you already filled out your system specs. but i know most people OC their CPU and RAM in BIOS instead of with software. and there are several GPU oc'ing programs.
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Originally Posted by cgrado
No there isn't. and welcome, glad to see you already filled out your system specs. but i know most people OC their CPU and RAM in BIOS instead of with software. and there are several GPU oc'ing programs.
Well, problem is. I have my Intel Celeron pushing 2.7ghz but sometimes it will hang or crash because not enough power (still running stock voltage levels) But in my BIOS I can't change it. I also can't find where to OC my RAM in the BIOS, therefore I'm looking for software.
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hmm... i don't think you will be able to change voltages out of BIOS. do you have the latest BIOS? Asus usually makes good BIOS that let you OC, don't see why your board should be any different.
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hmm... i don't think you will be able to change voltages out of BIOS. do you have the latest BIOS? Asus usually makes good BIOS that let you OC, don't see why your board should be any different.
Thats probably why. I have a three year old BIOS. I just don't know how to update the BIOS.
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Thats probably why. I have a three year old BIOS. I just don't know how to update the BIOS.
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http://www.overclock.net/faqs/23394-...h-my-bios.html
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