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post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
What's Happening Everybody
New to the forum,And new to overclocking
I will give you all the info of my system with the links where I bought it from
Here's my motherboard & cpu - http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...BM-KN9SLI-5400
Here's my cpu cooling fan - http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...4209&CatId=493
Here's is my Memory RAM chip, Just go 1 chip - http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...?EdpNo=1071038

and here's my bios setting for cpu opertaing speed and voltages control

AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 5400+ 2.80 GHZ

Cpu Operating Speed - Default
- CPU External Clock (MHZ) - 200
- Multiplier Factor - X14
- PCIE Clock - 100 MHZ

Voltages Control - Default
- CPU Core Voltage - 1.300 V
- DDR2 Ram Voltage - 1.80 V
- DDR2 Ref Voltage - 0.0 %
- MCP55P Voltage - 1.20 V
- HyperTransport Voltage - 1.20 V

Hope that is enuff. Ok now I want to overclock this the best that it can without any problems or mess up's
Thanks In Advance, God Bless
post #2 of 18
Thread Starter 
Can Anybody Help Me Please?
Trying to find out how to do this, But no luck yet

Thanks In Advance
God Bless
post #3 of 18
Hi and welcome here...You should consider reading the overclocking guide which will explain everything and will also save you some posts
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Please go to User CP -> Add System as well
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post #5 of 18
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I'm also useing Windows Vista Home Edition
But to tell you the truth, I don't understand nothing on that guide
Sorry for sounding dumb but I never got really into that
Probably someone here can help me out step by step
If so It would be much appreciated

Thanks for the reply's and God Bless
post #6 of 18
Yes we can.. Basically overclocking is a simple task. You take away the divider on the ram and you set the ram low, low. Then you start pushing the CPU speed little by little, by little and testing for stability. Once it is not stable at a few decimals of volts. Never go above 1.5 on air.

Then once you have a nice clock with good temps (60C should be your limit on full load) you can start pushing your ram till it is not stable then lower it a bit and you have an overclocked rig!)

OC a GPU is much easier. Check out my guide in the sig.
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post #7 of 18
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That guide on your sig is for overclocking video cards
I want to overclock my pc
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That guide on your sig is for overclocking video cards
I want to overclock my pc
I'm talking overall, after your CPU and RAM you can OC your GPU.. Read through more guides on memory and CPU stuff.
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post #9 of 18
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I got it to 3.0 ghz and its stable
Cpu clock - 235
Multiplier factor - x13
PCIE Clock - 115

Now I'm trying to get it to 3.5 ghz, Does anybody think that's possible?
post #10 of 18
probably not, unless u use water cooling... 3.5Ghz is a long shot on any amd cpu
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