Originally Posted by Kaldari
Exact math has an exact, right answer you can tell them. Overclocking is not exact in a sense that not everyone with the same hardware will achieve the same overclock, unless you tell them something extremely conservative.
OP, just search for guides on this forums and figure your OC out. It's actually pretty easy once you understand the fundamentals.
You totally missed my point. If I do something for you because you don't know how, you are not benefiting from this since you are not learning, you are having it done for you.
Yeah, you're right, there is difference between overclocking such as the board, RAM, CPU, power supply capabilities and the fact if you wreck it you're costing the person money and what not.
Which is what I'm trying to say, you should not simply "ask" how to do it, you should try and learn how to.
I don't know what you were trying to say exactly, since it more or less goes along with everything I've been trying to say.