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post #11 of 18
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How'd you overclock through the BIOS?
post #12 of 18
No disrepect but, can't you do some searching first?
post #13 of 18
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Haha my bad I was just being lazy.
post #14 of 18
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Ok so I've done some research and I can't seem to find a good tutorial for overclocking using UEFI BIOS. I tried on my own and I got it sort of coretemp shows my cpu clock at 4.2GHz but windows shows it at 3.4 I ran heaven and I got 3.4 GHz too. my score for heaven was 927 is that good for my hardware? gtx 770 superclocked and I5 3570K
post #15 of 18
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Ok so I've done some research and I can't seem to find a good tutorial for overclocking using UEFI BIOS. I tried on my own and I got it sort of coretemp shows my cpu clock at 4.2GHz but windows shows it at 3.4 I ran heaven and I got 3.4 GHz too. my score for heaven was 927 is that good for my hardware? gtx 770 superclocked and I5 3570K

you did not found a single one here in OCN?
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post #17 of 18
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you did not found a single one here in OCN?

I did I found a lot actually but most of them made no sense or weren't for uefi or they just had screenshots I'm a noob when it comes to overclocking so I would really like an in depth tutorial
sorry if it seems as though I'm just trying to milk everyone, It's just I don't want to mess up my pc with a poor tutorial that has me do something wrong.
post #18 of 18
I am willing to bet that nobody will bother posting a new step by step guide just for you, we are done with that here as there are lots of guides here already and they are as "in depth" as it can get, the only thing that can better those guides is if someone come over to your place and teach you.

Overclocking sandy bridge and ivybridge is pretty straight forward, way too easy actually.
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