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Hey, new to OCN just starting first topic to see how you guys like my build, you can see my specs, its OC'ed to 4 ghz on air dont know what cooler i have got it from a friend, its quite large. i'm def not a noob been building for a while. i've just always been a forum reader never joined. well lets discuss
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Welcome to OCN. smile.gif

Thats a great overclock on the 9550.
post #3 of 7
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thanks, i'm quite proud of it, however most of the credit goes to the p5q pro, this mobo makes overclocking so easy.
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SO the board overclocks well. I have the p5qe and I can't get my e8400 to do over 4.3 stock. How much of a better board is the pro?
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post some CPUz and your PC's Pics thumb.gif
Lastly Welcome to OCN cheers.gif Njoy your stay here thumb.gif
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the board does everything pretty much automatically. all you have to tell it is what frequency and multiplier you want to run and it will adjust other settings accordingly. auto vid, auto ram timings, auto everything. brings overclocking out of the stone age when you had to manually adjust averything to get the perfect oc. i'll post pics and cpu-z screenshots as soon as possible, roommate forgot to pay the internet bill till the day it was due so i'll be out on internet at the house for a day or 2.
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Originally Posted by bighoppins View Post

SO the board overclocks well. I have the p5qe and I can't get my e8400 to do over 4.3 stock. How much of a better board is the pro?

Im confused. Nothing wrong with 4.3GHz on a E8400 which is a very good overclock. How is that stock?
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