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I overclocked my cpu but instead of going faster it seems more like its going slower, way slower.
I think it might be cause its somehow not stable? could it be that it work worse if the settings aren't optimized? and how do I know if it's like that?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E4500 2.2ghz@2.93ghz GA-P35-DS3L Geforce 8800GT DDR3 Zalman cooling 2gb 800mhz(one stick) 
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Western Digital 250gb aak or something like that Windows xp. Hec 400w TRT Compucase HEC 6C28 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E4500 2.2ghz@2.93ghz GA-P35-DS3L Geforce 8800GT DDR3 Zalman cooling 2gb 800mhz(one stick) 
Hard DriveOSPowerCase
Western Digital 250gb aak or something like that Windows xp. Hec 400w TRT Compucase HEC 6C28 
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download and run superpi then compare times.
Bravo
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X4 955 @ 3.6 Asus M479T 4870 1GB 8 GB DDR3 
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160 GB Win 7 Antec 750w Antec 300 
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160 GB Win 7 Antec 750w Antec 300 
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post #3 of 3
use cpu-z to see and everst to test for differences and orthos to stress test the cpu
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