I'm looking to OC my CPU, if possible. I don't really mind how high I can get it past its stock value, just looking to get a little more out of it.
I'm not sure exactly how to do it, however. I know how to get into my BIOs and where my options are at for this, just not what I should and shouldn't do. I understand that no one can just gives me values and that I have to do mess around with the settings myself until I find something that works w/o problems, but I think I'd feel safer with whatever help can be given.
At first, I watched this and wrote down what he did to see if it would work for me. Well, it didn't. I was prompted with "overclocking failed" upon rebooting, so I switched back to default for now. That and his BIOs UI is different from mine (I guess his is older?), so I might have changed the value to something incorrectly.
So yeah, if I could get some assistance, that'd be awesome. Thanks!
If you need any more information about my computer or whatever, I'll try to answer the best I can.
edit: I know the thread title says 1055t, whereas CPU-Z says 1050t, but computer -> properties states 1055t. Not sure what the deal is here.
Edited by kirbaaaay - 11/1/13 at 8:29am