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Hi I´ve just purchased a new PC cause my old has an intel mobo i cant ovck.
The problem is that it is not working ok. first the specs

Core2 duo E6420
Corsair Twin2x2048-6400
Mobo Gigabyte Ga-965p-DQ6 rev 2.0
2 x Seagate 7200.10
CoolerMaster i-green 600W
Thermaltake Soprano

Before I find this forum I read an article where they overcloked the processor at 3.15 i think getting the FSB to 404. I tried to do it but i jumped from 266 to 315 and then to 375, I think after reading the sticky "how to ovck Intel processors" that i was a "little bit" aggresive but the system could handle it. then the hunger for more, take me to try the 404 FSB but then the system didnt start, and the bios loaded but from the HD, it load but with the 266 speed and when trying to get to the 375 it just refuse, so i have returned to the 266, on the morning tried 270 and worked but at 275 it just load windows and crashed. I dont know what happened. I have returned to 266 FSB. the Bios is also confusing. it has an auto function to raise the voltage when overclockin but dunow if i should do it manual. Should I clear the cmos and try again or what? Any suggestion?
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E6420 GA-965P-DQ6 rev 2.0 7100 Twin2X2048-6400 
Hard DriveOptical DrivePowerCase
2 X Seagate 7200.10 Lite On DVD-R CoolerMaster i-Green 600 W Thermaltake Soprano 
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E6420 GA-965P-DQ6 rev 2.0 7100 Twin2X2048-6400 
Hard DriveOptical DrivePowerCase
2 X Seagate 7200.10 Lite On DVD-R CoolerMaster i-Green 600 W Thermaltake Soprano 
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Hi I´ve just purchased a new PC cause my old has an intel mobo i cant ovck.
The problem is that it is not working ok. first the specs

Core2 duo E6420
Corsair Twin2x2048-6400
Mobo Gigabyte Ga-965p-DQ6 rev 2.0
2 x Seagate 7200.10
CoolerMaster i-green 600W
Thermaltake Soprano

Before I find this forum I read an article where they overcloked the processor at 3.15 i think getting the FSB to 404. I tried to do it but i jumped from 266 to 315 and then to 375, I think after reading the sticky "how to ovck Intel processors" that i was a "little bit" aggresive but the system could handle it. then the hunger for more, take me to try the 404 FSB but then the system didnt start, and the bios loaded but from the HD, it load but with the 266 speed and when trying to get to the 375 it just refuse, so i have returned to the 266, on the morning tried 270 and worked but at 275 it just load windows and crashed. I dont know what happened. I have returned to 266 FSB. the Bios is also confusing. it has an auto function to raise the voltage when overclockin but dunow if i should do it manual. Should I clear the cmos and try again or what? Any suggestion?
You are definitely being too aggressive...what you need to do is SLOWLY raise the fsp by ~5 mhz at a time, and just keep doing that until you notice instability. Then you should manually raise the CPU voltage a step, and keep going. Watch your temps and keep going. You also need to run stability tests to ensure your CPU is actually stable!!

Before you do anything else I recommend you "restore factory settings" in the BIOS (there should be something of this nature as an option)
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AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ Brisbane 2.1GHz Biostar TF-7050m2 HIS x1950pro 512mb 2x1024mb OCZ Reaper 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2 Maxtor 80gb SATA Raid 0 Win XP Home LG Flatron 19" Logitech 
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I would depower the board entirely and pull the CMOS attery (watch batter on the mobo ) na dlet it sta out fro ten minuts and put it back in and go into BIOS and st everthing to default settings that are opttimized for your config and then start over SLOWLY
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E8400 Asus Blitz Formula SE HD3870X2 G Skill 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 
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As the others have said, Taking jumps that big is going to lead to fried hardware. 3-5 FSB at a time.

Auto voltage when overclocking is not a good idea.
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
2x 1TB Samsung 960 PRO 193TB unRAID Server 3x 140mm Noctua NF-A14 Noctua NH-D15 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Pro x64 65" LG 65E6P (4K OLED) Ducky DK9008 Shine 3  Corsair AX860 
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Corsair Obsidian 750D Logitech G502 Proteus Sprectrum Denon X7200WA (Receiver) 2x Klipsch RF-7 (Front Speakers) 
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