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Whats the best way to OC my E6600 besides the BIOS? I have it on stock cooling for now till I can get a Big Typhoon or water cool it. See my specs for the rest of my info. Thanks!!!
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There is no better way than through the bios.

Its easier and yields better results than any software can
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i'm not sure anyone including myself suggests oc'ing any other way than bios, its the most stable, and safest for that matter... if you still want to, try clockgen under cpuid.com
    
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wow, dude, he split after one post on his own thread... (you're giving up?)
    
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Come back..........we only want to help you
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ill return for him! I actually have the e6600 with a bfg 7900gs oc card and an asus pfn sli motherboard. I am not sure how to overclock. I understand it is through bios I just wondered if someone could tell me what is the safest and highest speed I can set it with the cooling system that came with the cpu. thanks!

I also have 2 gigs of pny ddr2 667 ram
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