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Please overclock my PC

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what should i do to my pc for best performance... please help me...
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Zap...Overclocked.
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help me to overclock my pc.. step by step
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Originally Posted by selectodude
Zap...Overclocked.
lmao hahahahaha

heres the basic steps. go into bios lock your agp/pci bus then set your memory to 1:1 sync with fsb. then start uping the fsb by 5 or if your lazy like me up it by 10-20 at first then start lowering the number. when your computer wont post anymore or boot into window, up the voltage a lil bit until u reach maxium operating temperature or voltage for your cpu which ever come first. after that test it for stability if it pass your good to go, if it doesnt, start lowering fsb down. keep in mind you have to watch your temperature while your doing this.nevertheless i ran my 2.4b northwood once at 3.2 with no heatssink it run fine bcuz of the intel built in throttle function. it lower your clock down by 50%.
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Cant nobody overclock your PC for you, but we can point you in the right direction. So if you dont mind take it upon your self to READ THIS VERY EXPLANITORY GUIDE

Good luck, and welcome to the forum...
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