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I dont recommend OC with a ECS mobo. I had one once at that thing caused some many instability issues.
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you might be able to hit 2.8, but thats a big might. ECS bios' can be hacked but thats hard. seriously short of voltage modding your board you won't get much of an OC on that ECS board.
    
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most ecs boards, with the exception of amd for some odd reason, have no voltage controls. overclocking it will do no good, you might be able to get a unstable 10-25%overclock if that. most ecs cant hold an overclock
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I do have a Voltage control, but that's not good. I went up to 300 Mhz from 266 with a .025+ on the vcore and my computer wont start. I'm unplugging everything and just going back to default. I'll just get a good video card
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