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http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=128676 thats my CPU-Z thing lol
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Its al well and good, but performance isn't going to shoot through the roof with a GF6200, ya know? I mean, if your just going for broke with an OC, cool, you can probably make it to 3. But....yeah....stock cooling is going to stop it much higher than that (if you can even get that).
    
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Its al well and good, but performance isn't going to shoot through the roof with a GF6200, ya know? I mean, if your just going for broke with an OC, cool, you can probably make it to 3. But....yeah....stock cooling is going to stop it much higher than that (if you can even get that).
Hes talking about overclocking his CPU for better performance. Just because he has a 6200 doesnt mean overall system performance will be poor.

That Chip can make 3-3.5ghz ...4ghz would be hard but with the right motherboard/RAM it can be done.
post #14 of 18
Looking at your CPU-Z you have a D1 stepping CPU (this is good)

Since you have PC2700 you may want to use dividers to keep the memory within its operating range.

I would say 3-3.5GHz is reasonable as long as temperatures do not exceed 60*C

What Vcore and divider options do you have in your BIOS?
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Originally Posted by pow3rtr1p
*******BBQHAXLOL MAYBE IF I LEAVE ON CAPS LOCK EVERYONE WILL COME TO MY POST AND HELP ME OUT **** 4GHZ FTW!!!!1!

Anyway, 3 GHz to 4 GHz is a really big window to say "will it make it here"? It will more than likely hit 3. More than likely, it won't hit 4.

And next time, turn off the caps lock after the first letter.

And contrary to popular belief, Caps Lock is NOT cruise control for AWESOME!
oh cry me a river!

any way im not to sure about my bios i will have a look!
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thanks for your help guys but i canrt give my CPU higher voltage, in the bios, the voltage part is not selectable, is there a programe i can use on windows to get it higher or i whant be aple to oc it at all
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It is not possible to adjust voltage from software.

If there are no voltage adjustments from within the BIOS then you are out of luck.
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there is a bit to change but it is not selcetable
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