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The best overclocking boards have the 955x, 965x, and 975x intel chipsets Id look into the ASUS boards and the newer conroe compatable ones, just incase you decide to move on to the C2D CPU's.

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Originally Posted by jcbzhnsr1
Adeoliver, what board and voltage did you get that 920 to 5 ghz with, if you don't mind me asking, or is that a no no between overclockers? Not sure of the ethics yet... Probably a 965 right?
Every overclock I have posted is with my current board(P5WD2 E 975X) As for the 920 this board and 1.72vcore with my current cooling.
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Originally Posted by nemesis975
i have ****ty pqi ram i really want to get 2 gigs of crucial but i just got this ram like 3 months ago and it has a really high cat latency if i take my ram out and put it back in will that reset the timing because i messed with them and i had no idea what i was doing
set the timings back to stock or just reset the COMOS via the jumper or the battery. Id recomend not messing with the ram timings until you get a feel for them.
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ok i dont know how to do that and i used nvidia ntune to change the timings so i dont know how that is going to come into play i dont know if that info is saved to the cmos or if it load when my computer boots, again sorry for the newbism
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Originally Posted by Adeoliver
The best overclocking boards have the 955x, 965x, and 975x intel chipsets Id look into the ASUS boards and the newer conroe compatable ones, just incase you decide to move on to the C2D CPU's.



Every overclock I have posted is with my current board(P5WD2 E 975X) As for the 920 this board and 1.72vcore with my current cooling.
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