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and how do i do that? smile.gif
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what good is a guide if i dont know what any of that means ? ,il just leave it as it is i guess

Guides TEACH you things, not just give you instructions and tips that you don't understand.
    
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intel burn test is what i mostly use heres a link to a download site for it

just download it then run it

http://www.techspot.com/downloads/4965-intelburntest.html
    
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tnx i just did the test and it said it was succesfull
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Guides TEACH you things, not just give you instructions and tips that you don't understand.
of course its just that im a complete brainless human being when it comes to voltages and stuff like that,i should be ashamed coz im from the same place as Tesla hehe.
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And here is another great 2500K / 2600K overclocking guide that covers all the basics. Knowing the basics is important because the method of overclocking is pretty similar regardless of the motherboard being used. You may find different nomenclature in your specific BIOS, but that doesn't detract from the fundamental methods of achieving an overclock.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1100100/info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips
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