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Hello,
my computer specification is as follow

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Intel C2D E4600
Abit IP35-E Motherboard,
G.SKILL PI 4GB (2x2GB) Ram 800mhz, 4-4-4-12
Transcend 2x1GB 667MHz..
HDD - 500GB WD Sata2, 160GB Seagate
Graphics card - Point of View 8800GT 512mb DDR3
I want to OC my processor.. I know basic knowledge about overclocking..
I just need help with settings.. How much FSB should I set and @ what multiplier..
Do i have to change RAM settings at all??

If possible, please give me all details of Numerical Calculations (i.e. FSB, Multiplier, Ram Voltage)

I will try with it..

Only one thing that is lacking is I don't have thermal cooler, the Processor is on Stock cooling...
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On stock I could get 3.5Ghz with my good motherboard. I kept my ram at the lowest possible voltage (1.8) and bumped the cpu to like 1.48V.
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^^ Please can you give me the Numbers to set?? It will help me more...
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plz help me out guys?
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Every processor is different and should be overclocked carefully to it's own capabilities. You should do this the long and secure way - i.e. properly. I recommend picking up the basics with a guide like this..http://www.ocia.net/articles/overclo...e2/page2.shtml... and taking the incremental increases in FSB sowly. It wont take you long to pick it up and you will feel very rewarded in the end.
You will also need to look into an aftermarket CPU cooler. The one I use s great (sig rig) otherwise there are pages of advice in this section of OCN..http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling/..

A lot will depend on your motherboard, i really dont know yours. google tips for your motherboard

When sterss testing stay below 60 ish on load and you'll be on the safe side. Also stay below 1.55V it is your max voltage for your CPU Vcore.

Good luck, enjoy
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Originally Posted by Emitz989 View Post
Every processor is different and should be overclocked carefully to it's own capabilities. You should do this the long and secure way - i.e. properly. I recommend picking up the basics with a guide like this..http://www.ocia.net/articles/overclo...e2/page2.shtml... and taking the incremental increases in FSB sowly. It wont take you long to pick it up and you will feel very rewarded in the end.
You will also need to look into an aftermarket CPU cooler. The one I use s great (sig rig) otherwise there are pages of advice in this section of OCN..http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling/..

A lot will depend on your motherboard, i really dont know yours. google tips for your motherboard

When sterss testing stay below 60 ish on load and you'll be on the safe side. Also stay below 1.55V it is your max voltage for your CPU Vcore.

Good luck, enjoy
That.

Just allocate a few hours one night, sit down, get some paper and a pen and get ready to reboot and reboot and reboot. Highest clocks with lowest Voltages possible.
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If you can give me OC settings, then it would be better
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Originally Posted by Rahulrulez View Post
If you can give me OC settings, then it would be better
As stated, plugging in numbers do not always work. Lets say someone did give you OC settings for your setup, but it is unstable. What do you change? The voltage to the cpu? nb? FSB? memory divider? or is the memory timing correct? Do you know why those changes need to be made?

It is much better to follow the guide and do incremental increase. Learn how OC your setup, not just plugging in numbers. In the long run, you'll understand OC and can trouble shoot your system much easier should there be a problem.
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