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Ok, sorry about that...

But, I bumped up the voltage .05 like you said. Now what do I do?
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See if you can push the FSB any more. The added voltage gets more power flowing through the CPU. Make sure you keep your temps under watch when messing with the voltage, and never change it very much at a time. More power = more heat.
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Ok, I'll do that.

Got any good temp monitoring programs that I should get? Or should I just check my temp in the BIOS?
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Speedfan, Everest Home Edition, Motherboard Monitor 5, and PC Wizard 06 are all good temp monitors. I'd reccomend Speedfan, it's a quick download.
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Haha, I got my Processer back up to 2.35 Ghz

AND I amped up my Graphics card a ton!

Before
Memclock = 1 Ghz
Engineclock = 395 Mhz

Now
Memclock = 1.25 Ghz
Engineclock = 475 Mhz

Do you think this is gonna amp up my gaming performance a whole lot?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gatekeeper
Haha, I got my Processer back up to 2.35 Ghz

AND I amped up my Graphics card a ton!

Before
Memclock = 1 Ghz
Engineclock = 395 Mhz

Now
Memclock = 1.25 Ghz
Engineclock = 475 Mhz

Do you think this is gonna amp up my gaming performance a whole lot?
You will see abit of a difference. A few more FPS, but watch the temp. on the graphics card. Mine gets alot warmer even with a little oc. To warm and after a few minutes of gaming it crashes.

EDIT: Also is your PSU a generic 420w?
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You will see abit of a difference. A few more FPS, but watch the temp. on the graphics card. Mine gets alot warmer even with a little oc. To warm and after a few minutes of gaming it crashes.

EDIT: Also is your PSU a generic 420w?
Yeah don't worry about the temps, they're at a solid 40 Degrees Celsius, and yeah, I do have a generic 420 watt Atx power supply.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gatekeeper
I do have a generic 420 watt Atx power supply.

This could be hurting you from reaching a good stable oc b/c you can't supply a good stable amount of power to all your components.
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post #30 of 54
I would reccomend getting a new one. OCing puts stress on the PSU (like I said earlier, the CPU needs more power) and an unstable one could cause the system to crash, shut down, and if things get really bad, it could literally blow up, and take half your PC with it. I'd reccomend an Antec TruPower 510W or Subeam NUUO 550W.

Edit: And nice job on the VGA OC. You probably won't see much of a difference (afterall, you've got a great system, even stock), but it can never hurt. Unless you kill your card... that would hurt.
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