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post #11 of 17
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I tried to overlclock from bios and i only change the megaherz it was 180 and i
set it to 245 and it worked... but whn i closed the pc and reopened it, it couldnt boot into windows... some other guys told me to find an overcloking program and do it from windows... but there isnt such a thin in vista... so i need full information on how to do it... i also need if u like more info some bench programs and some temperature software so i can give more info
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post #12 of 17
Do NOT use a program to overclock - do everything from the BIOS. It didnt boot because you tried to do too much too fast. Overclocking is not a matter of saying 'I want this speed now!' You have to be patient, increase it a little at a time, keep everything balanced, FSB, memory speed, voltage, HT Link, memory timings and see how high you can go. You cnat just demand it goes to 3ghz right now
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post #13 of 17
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what do u mean keep everything balanced? like if i take it to 225 what else must i change?
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post #14 of 17
dont even jump to 225 yet, increase it maybe 5mhz at a time. You also have to make sure you run your memory close to stock speed - as you increase FSB you dont just increase CPU speed you increase your RAM speed - if the RAM is running too fast it wont work. You also have to make sure the CPU has enough voltage to cope with it's new speed (after each FSB increase run Prime95 or Orthos to test stability, if it fails you then increase vcore) and you have to keep your HT link around and preferably under 1000mhz, so drop that to 4x multi before you even start
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post #15 of 17
Your RAM is effected by the CPU OCing.
1. The RAMs HT is a default 5x200MHz for a 1000 overall. Keep that below 1080 because beyond that you usually get instability.
To contain that, drop the HT multiplyer to a 4x for CPU speeds up to 260 and higher than that use 3x.
2. The 200MHZ base speed of the CPU and RAM...
As you up the CPU the RAM speed increases too and you may have to reduce the default DDR400 RAM speed to DDR333 or DDR266.
With DDR333 as a base RAM speed it only increases about 83% or the CPU increase. So, lets say you get to 250 on the CPU OC, thne RAM would be running about 207MHz... but that will vary some dependant on the CPU's multiplyer being used.
Test for stability with Orthos and/or OCCT.
Don't make big jumps in the OCing and only increase the CPU, chipset and RAM voltage as necessary.
If you have generic RAM don't go above 2.8v.
    
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post #16 of 17
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ok i need one final answer even if i overclock the pc wont get into windows
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post #17 of 17
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shall i disable cool and quiet when i overclock???
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