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As you can see I'm new to the forum. I saw that we could build our rig and put it in our sig. Is it possible to overclock the 3350p and/or hd 7770?

I've done a lot of searches but have come back with mixed results. I have favorited one site with ASrock motherboards and intel processors but Is it worth it? How likely or beneficial would it be for me to even try?

This community seems very open and helpful and I like that a lot smile.gif

Thanks for any feedback!
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As you can see I'm new to the forum. I saw that we could build our rig and put it in our sig. Is it possible to overclock the 3350p and/or hd 7770?

I've done a lot of searches but have come back with mixed results. I have favorited one site with ASrock motherboards and intel processors but Is it worth it? How likely or beneficial would it be for me to even try?

This community seems very open and helpful and I like that a lot smile.gif

Thanks for any feedback!

You can OC the 3350p by +4 bins over maximum specified turbo (in your case 37/37/36/36 instead of stock 33/33/32/32), assuming that you're using a Z77-chipset board. If you're using an H77 or B75 board, you're stuck at stock speeds.

As for the 7770, you might want to ask the AMD video card section of the forum for detailed advice. I'm an NVIDIA guy, so I couldn't tell you.
Edited by svenge - 5/17/13 at 11:11pm
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That answers my question. I'll be looking for a Z77 then.
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