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Hi guys I'm kinda new to overclocking and I would like to overclock my Intel
e6400 @2.13GHz on a Asus P5B Mobo. But I need the help of you guys to guide me through this process. Can anyone point me or show me a step by step guide?
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post #3 of 17
hi, welcome to OCN, you can help us help you by filling out your system specs here

look in the AMD general section and there's sticky "ultimate overclocking guide" and it lays out the essentials for you, if you have any questions, post a thread about it and people will try their best to help you

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Welcome cybergeek I also happen to have that cpu. You don't have the same mobo as me but you can follow my guidelines on my cpu as listed in my sig. I'd be good if you filled in your specs we would be able to help you more
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Thanks guys for all your help I try to list what I could but here is some detail stuff of my CPU.

PropertyValue
Number of CPU(s)One Physical Processor / 2 Cores / 2 Logical Processors / 64 bits
VendorGenuineIntel
CPU Full NameIntel Core 2 Duo
CPU NameIntel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6400 @ 2.13GHz
CPU Code NameAllendale
Technology0.065µ
Platform NameLGA775
TypeOriginal OEM processor
FSB ModeQDR
Microcode IDCB
Type ID0
CPU Clock2187.95
System Bus Clock1093.98
System Clock273.49
Multiplier8.00
Original Clock2133.33
Original Bus Clock1066.67
Original System Clock266.67
Original Multiplier8.00
Overclock2.56%
L2 Cache Speed2187.95 MHz
L2 Cache SpeedFull
CPU Family / Model / Stepping6 / F / 6
L1 I-Cache32 KB
L1 D-Cache32 KB
L2 Cache2048 KB
RDMSR42080000 00000000 8A048828 00000000
MMXYes
SSEYes
SSE2Yes
SSE3Yes
SSSE3Yes
DualCoreYes
HyperThreadingNo
IA-64No
Intel 64 (EM64T)Yes
XDYes
VTYes
SpeedStepYes
Architecturex86
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post #6 of 17
i think he ment specs on your hole rigg, not just the cpu, as in your heatsink for temps, the ram or anything else

im not sure tho but yah good luck

i have got a e6300 @ 3.2 with good temps since its summer
usually its at 3.45
i have the same board as you also
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post #7 of 17
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Wow is that 3.2GHz? Thants amazing that you got it that high is't the stock 1.86GHz on the E6300?

As for cooling on my case it's all stock that came with the case. 1 x 120 mm Silent Fan in rear, 1 x 80 mm LED Fan on side panel, 1 x 120 mm LED Fan in Front. The heatsink is the stock one as well that came with the CPU. So I guess I will have to upgrade these things right?
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post #8 of 17

Ok cybergeek i spent some time and i made a tutorial on how to overclock so check out my sig or click this link

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post #9 of 17
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wow it all seams complicated but all in all I will have to get betting cooling first right? Because I just have stock now.
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post #10 of 17
Aftermarket cooling is a must for overclocking and keeping your components cool and long lasting through the benches games and stress you have to lay the smack down on to assure yourself that your rig is stable.
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