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Well, SpeedFan will tell you, your GPU, HD's, Core, Vcore, and all your other Voltages, along with how fast your fans are running. I'd recommend it. Its also pretty accurate from what I've read.

EDIT: Btw, Amen to your sig Engima.
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I like Coretemp
i had core temp for awhile now & it seems ok
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I don't think you can change your multiplier on that CPU. You will have to OC using the FSB clock. You can only change the multiplier on Black Edition AMD processors.

As far as voltage goes...

Take it as far as you can on stock volts and only up the voltage when it will no longer run stable. Voltage = temperature increases.

You may run into a "dead zone" with your FSB and it may seem that you cannot OC any further. Sometimes you just need to jump past these FSB holes to get a higher clock.

I hope you are using aftermarket cooling too.

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I don't think you can change your multiplier on that CPU. You will have to OC using the FSB clock. You can only change the multiplier on Black Edition AMD processors.
You can lower the HT Link multiplier (which is what i was talking about) and also lower the CPU multiplier (I'm positive, Atleast I can anyways!) but not increase the CPU multiplier unless its a Black Edition.
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Also do some reading up on things to familiarize yourself with terms and overclocking in general, here is one to start with.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ocket-am2.html

And another one after your first one. I would suggest saving these for future reference.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html
the 1st one i already have a copy of but the second one i am gonna copy down
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You can lower the HT Link multiplier (which is what i was talking about) and also lower the CPU multiplier (I'm positive, Atleast I can anyways!) but not increase the CPU multiplier unless its a Black Edition.
I couldn't change my multiplier at all with my 6400+ so maybe it depends on your MB.
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I couldn't change my multiplier at all with my 6400+ so maybe it depends on your MB.
I cant change the voltages on my MB. I think certain CPU's have locked multipliers.
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I don't think you can change your multiplier on that CPU. You will have to OC using the FSB clock. You can only change the multiplier on Black Edition AMD processors.

As far as voltage goes...

Take it as far as you can on stock volts and only up the voltage when it will no longer run stable. Voltage = temperature increases.

You may run into a "dead zone" with your FSB and it may seem that you cannot OC any further. Sometimes you just need to jump past these FSB holes to get a higher clock.

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Welcome to OCN and enjoy it!
well i have a zalman heat sink so i think I'm good on that
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I just noticed your rig, it is a very nice set up murderouscore.
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