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well i am getting my new heatsink/fan in the mail but, 1 simple question anyone wtih advice about the best mulitplier and can u do it from window or only BIOS? send me tips and tricks plz! help me my frist comp oc'ed
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Before you start your overclock, take a look at this guide. This should pretty much have everything you need to know. And yes, you can overclock from windows, but overclocking from the BIOS is a much better way. Hope this helps!
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Mine is at 10x, and 3x@240fsb running at 2.4GHz
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If i'm right, your cpu is socket 754, which means it's different most of ours. Most of us are running socket 939. Just to let you know you should probably specify this since there are probably small differences with this socket than socket 939.

Don't overclock from Windows. It's just not worth it. Limited overclocking options, which means a BIOS overclock will probably be more stable. This is what I would do:

Put your ram on a divider. Set the HTT to 4x, bump your ram voltage, and crank up the FSB. Add cpu voltage as needed. Since you got your new HSF you should be good up to 1.6v, but you shouldn't need that much.
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The Higher the FSB the more bandwidth and performance attainable, although this is only really achieved with better quality memory, because memory holds most overclocks back.
 
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falking ok how do i do all thisi know hwo to bump voltage and cpu mhz but idnt anythign about diveridrs or fsb i dont eve nthink my bios can do that
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Look in "Advanced Chipset Options" or something to that effect and look for "DRAM Configuration". Dividers should be under there. I would start out by putting the ram at 166Mhz, and overclock from there.
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ok is it correct that if u dont have the ram fsb and the voltage right it wont POST?
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ok is it correct that if u dont have the ram fsb and the voltage right it wont POST?
Alrighty... Ram does not have FSB. I think you mean frequency. And yeah, that's true I guess. If you tried to run your ram at 250Mhz at 2.0v it wouldn't post. I would suggest 2.6v at 200Mhz for your ram. Timings also have a lot to do with it. Obviously, it won't run at 1.5-2-2-0 at low voltage. Since you probably have 2x512MB I would think you would run at 2-2-2-5 or 2-3-3-6. Something like that.
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