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Ok, I want to over clock my Intel core 2 Duo E6300 in my Asrock conRoe945G-DVI.

now I bought my MB Thinking, like it said online, it was good cheap over clocking board, everywhere I go now seems to tell me is a piece of junk for over clocking, as I can't apparently change the FSB or voltages manually.

But I've heard others say I can change some settings to OC it, and as usual the Guides and Manuals are totally not helping.

I've pretty much found that I can change the CPU frequency and the PCIE Frequency through changing my "overcooking settings" to "CPU/PCIE/Async"

But after that I’m at a complete loss. I don't know my FSB, I don't know my CPU multiplier, I don’t know what I'm, doing...
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Take it easy mate

Just read OCN official Intel Overclocking Guide & make sure you update your mobo bios.
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Well after 3 hours with, I am totally honest here, a certified microsoft engineer, my best friend. We still couldn't come to a conclusion on just what the hell "CPU Frequency" was.

However after he left, I found another forum where they disgussed the boards new bios frequently, and had a CPU-Z puicture showing the CPU multiplyer, with that (same CPU, but i checked mine too) I managed to work it it was in fact the FSB.

Asrock are retarded or soemthing, the world calls it one thing, they call it another ¬,¬

So I've updated my Bios to the newest XP compatable version (I would go higher but i don;t have a floppy drive (who makes a new pc and adds one!?) So now i should have access topush it up past 300 FSB, Can't change the vcore though..

I heard somewhere the vcore can be changed with the high,med,low setting, and the extra 0.15v would help with the overclocking.
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Good BTW I'm also a certified MCSE
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pushed it to 2.09 ran rine on the stress test.

Pushed it to a would be 2.17 and it crapped out, I'm assumeing it didn;t have the voltage, And i am still unable to work out hot to find this mythical "high" voltage setting these asrock are supposed to have.
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