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I have a msi 760gm-p23 mobo and i have a hyper 212 installed and a 500 watt psu ; but i really would like to know how you overclock the cpu correctly . TY
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I have a msi 760gm-p23 mobo and i have a hyper 212 installed and a 500 watt psu ; but i really would like to know how you overclock the cpu correctly . TY

You would have more luck strapping that cpu to my pet hamsters back and watching the sucker run to get it to go faster wink.gif

Only kidding...... Try the amd cpu section of the forum thumb.gif
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hahahah youre rite thts y i want to overclock it . the thing is i checked the amd cpu n i didnt see any OC info on the 245 version . thts y i made a thread
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I'd start with seeing what you can get off of the current voltage. Drop your RAM speed by a notch and raise up your CPU clock rate by 5 (at first). Leave the multiplier alone as that's probably locked. See if that works and if your computer turns on, give it a stress test to make sure it's stable. If it tests good, you have yourself a tiny overclock, keep bumping up in tiny fragments, testing and seeing.

This is just a gist of what to do, you may want to do a lot of research first on the process of overclocking in general. Find out what the maximum stable voltage is on your CPU so you don't fry stuff and google to see if others have OC'd your chip or OC'd a chip with your mobo. There is a LOT to it, one could spend all day explaining it all.

Good choice with the Hyper 212+ btw, but still make sure to monitor your temps. If you're getting to 50-60+C, be careful.
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ok ty very much. my cpu voltage is set to auto , my mulitplier is at 14x and my cpu clock is currently 243 = 3.4ghz . so far im runin prime 95 for a gd while and the temps r between 32c-36c . max temp is 36c
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Awesome, glad that was helpful. smile.gif Do note that increasing wattage (manually or letting the mobo do it automatically) will give you a little more room to further the OC, but also will increase wear on your components and/or fry them if cranked up too high. Up to you where you wanna go from here, just don't get too hasty.
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im gd wit 3.4ghz TY
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im gd wit 3.4ghz TY
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sry bout replyin twice my mistake
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