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HI ALL

I have ordered an ASUS P5K [not deluxe],and i have an E2140 with one arctic freezer pro 7.i have 1GB Kingston 667/DDR2.Im new to overclocking so i have no experience if someone owns this board or has a guide to help me up i appropriate that. tnx all.
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post #2 of 71
Probably not going to find a guide for that exact board. You can find a ton of good O.C. guides by searching the FAQ section or search for O.C. guide.
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HI ALL

I have ordered an ASUS P5K [not deluxe],and i have an E2140 with one arctic freezer pro 7.i have 1GB Kingston 667/DDR2.Im new to overclocking so i have no experience if someone owns this board or has a guide to help me up i appropriate that. tnx all.
I wouldn't look for too much of a guide, as these boards are really really easy ot overclock.

Start out like this...

Go into your advanced settings in your bios. Go to the CPU option and disable everything in there.

Next go to the jumper free settings menu. Set your cpu to what ever is suggested for that one. I'm not really up to date on those, maybe 1.325vcore?

Now set your memory voltage to what ever factory is, also set you timing to factory until you exceed the a normal clock in them.

From here this board is easy to overclock. It does a great job self regulating voltages unitl you need an extreme overclock. I was getting 490MHz FSB on mine with only adjusting CPU and Mem voltages, the rest were on auto.

Once you have CPU and Memory Voltages/Timings enter start upping the FSB. Keep your memory at the lowest value right now which will be a 1:1 type ratio. Just up your FSB in increments and test out the OCs. Once you have found the max on auto voltages the fun begins and you can come check back in with us.

GL
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TNX Silviastud


Now set your memory voltage to what ever factory is, also set you timing to factory until you exceed the a normal clock in them. I DONT KNOW HOW TO DO THIS. IM PICKING UP MY BOARD TODAY HOPEFULLY.
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OK your memory is going to have a sticker on it. On this sticker you will see something to the effect of 4-4-4-12, 5-5-5-15. Those are the timings. You will see where they go in the bios when you look in it. Also on that sticker you will see a voltage. For those sticks I am going to go out on a limb and guess it's 1.85-1.9v. Let us know if you need any thing else.
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And when you go to the page in BIOS with the CPU settings, etc. options, the timings will be under "Chipset"
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OH OK. now i think i know what you R talking about.My p5k is in the post office i just got of work now,so the post office was closed.the first thing in the morning is getting my p5k. one thing i have not purchased an power supply and the arctic freezer i have seen ppl ocing the E2140 Without an cooler is that good or no? and any 400W power is enough or no ?
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The AC7pro is ok, not the best but it will get the job done fairly well. And 400 should be enough for your rig.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104935 FSP PSU, good, cheap
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OH OK. now i think i know what you R talking about.My p5k is in the post office i just got of work now,so the post office was closed.the first thing in the morning is getting my p5k. one thing i have not purchased an power supply and the arctic freezer i have seen ppl ocing the E2140 Without an cooler is that good or no? and any 400W power is enough or no ?
I see that you decided to go with the CPU and a bit better MB. Nice choices there SIR-IP!
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yep. but what do you mean by a bit better i think P5K is one of the best one outside isnt?
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