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wow ive learnt alot today. thanks guys !

when i get the internet at home it will make life easier to read. Stupid library computers have a time limit. can only learn so much a day
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not all parts that you buy can overclock. Certain manufacturer's and models overclock well and some don't. You should really learn more about your computer before overclocking. Your motherboard, RAM, Processor and power supply matter VERY much when overclocking. You should not take overclocking lightly. It is dangerous. You can burn out your parts if you don't know what your doing and there are quite a few settings you need to remember when you're overclocking. ei: locking AGP/PCI E frequency and RAM deviders etc. It's not as simple as setting the FSB to whatever you want. You need to go in small increments. And at some point in time you may not boot. You need to know how to undo your CMOS Settings (removing the battery and setting the Jumper). And it takes time. You need to keep an eye on your cooling. A stock HSF will rarely hold up to overclocking. You need to test for stability. Just because you can boot with a 250FSB doesn't mean it's always stable. You need to increase voltage to stabilize your oc and that means knowledge of how much voltage is too much is also good to know.

I don't mean to discourage you but I think it best that you know what you're getting yourself into before you start overclocking.
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