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I got this feature on my board that's called "MB Intelligent tweaker" and it lets me up the clock speed to 220mhz and get 2420mhz (im running a 3500+ cpu BTW)it also raises my ddr speed to 440 i dont change anything else... Just wanted to know if it's a safe way to overclock my system and if i should adjust anything else like voltages and stuff(it runs on 1.4 now)

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OC manually through the bios by changing FSB etc - it's really the only good way to do things
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That's the problem! I can't find where to do that in my bios...
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If you figure out how to do it in the BIOS you will have way more options and will probably be able to get more performance.

Software overclocking utilities use up a certain amount of memory to run and aren't really "permanent" like overclocking in the BIOS. Try looking around for features like FSB frequency / cpu frequency / cpu multiplier / voltages. It's usually in some kind of "advanced settings" menu.

Or look in your motherboard's instruction manual. Or you could fill out your system specs and somebody with the same board as you might be able to tell you how to overclock.
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The subject of this thread made me think this was about Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

On a more on-topic note, like everyone else said, don't use software to overclock, it = instability.
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