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Need help overclocking asus p5n-t

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just got this board to replace my old board, cant get it to overclock my cpu, it gets to 3.3ghz at 1.36volts, and wont go anyhigher, ive tryed puting 1.55 volts through the cpu and it stil wont post, even tried reducing my ram multiplier anc changing ram timings... need a bit of help if anyone knos what to do ? ?
Edited by Unrealfarcry - 12/19/08 at 3:48pm
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I know very little about OC . But the single most effective adjustment that i made was to reduce the RAM frequency to get a CPU:RAM ratio of 1:1. After i done this i was able to get a substantial FSB increase.
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well i need to know how to find that option in this bios, i done the same on my last board, this one is to complex for me..
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One of the things my 975x chipset could do was strap a cpu as 1066 or 1333 FSBeven thought it was only 800, which allowed me to get better overclocks, is it possible to do that with asus boards?
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