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Will this motherboard allow me to overclock my processor?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131575

EDIT: The Pentium D im getting for a different rig .... not my X2 lol
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Most likely... Did you search the forum before you posted this?
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Originally Posted by napkin
Will this motherboard allow me to overclock my processor?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131575

EDIT: The Pentium D im getting for a different rig .... not my X2 lol
According to Asus' website this mobo should allow you to overclock your cpu.
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A unique option in BIOS that enables quick overclocking up to 30% (depends on CPU and RAM). It automatically detects and optimizes every relevant parameter to provide both performance and stability.
However, judging from the comment on this page I'm not sure you can manually control the overclocking process. It could be automatically done by the mobo.
The best thing to do is download the manual from this link and check for overclocking options (whether they can be switched to manual. I mean if you can manually set the FSB, VDimm, Vcore, VNB, lock PCIE and PCI frequencies, etc...)
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I think you should go with an Intel chipset motherboard. Not an Intel branded but something with a 9X5 chipset, SiS MOBOs aren't really known for great overclocking capabilities.
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post #5 of 5
Try


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131538

Good board that's not too expensive.....
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