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I recently bought a new DFI motherboard and have been having a hard time learning how to OC it because of first my lack of knowledge when it come to OCing and second because my board has tons of more advanced features which I'm finding myself unable to figure out. If anyone has any experience with this board and could help me out learning about all its features that would be greatly apreciated.
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This is the best FAQ for DFI. http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38268-...highlight=ncsa Give it a good read and post back with questions.

edit: read the two here as well, they should help you alot, feel free to ask for clarification if you get confused. I know i was at first.
edit two: oops i forgot the second link http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/14...-far-your.html
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seems a little to far over my head. Umm is there like a basic thing that you can do to get a good OC. My friend said to lower my multiplyer and increase my frequency by like 5 or something and then to keep doing this. Would this work?
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Check out the links in my edit, they may break it down a bit better. For starters you don't need to lower your multi. You need to drop your htt to 4x and then start upping your frequency. When it gets unstable up the voltage a bit and if that doesn't help lower you ram frequency with a divider.

edit: if you get the freq. above 250 drop the htt to 3x
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k thx im getting help from my friend to
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