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Hey guys, i'm looking into overclock for the first time and was wondering if I could get some help. I'll post what I can here and if you need more info let me know!!



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Intel Overclocking Guide

This should help you out some. Just experiment with increasing the fsb and voltages as necessary. Better to go slowly and carefully than jack it up too much and fry your whole system.
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Thanks ted, any specific tips or values you suggest for my system?
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My suggestion, go slow, 5 or so MHz at a time, and check for stability and temps. Rinse and repeat until you're satisfied or you find instability.
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Yeah try OCing by raising the CPU volt and FSB and as soon as you get unstable post where you reached and the memeber will help further. Remember to raise the ram oltage too and set the timings at your needs because if you will let the timings in auto they will be messed up, kinda. I could try helping you by giving you by trying to adjust my configuration of my pentium 4 @ #GHz but we have a very different CPU so >>
    
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