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just built a new system and iam trying out amd again, i used to use pent4. wich wasent bad but i was told amd were better for games, so here i am.
i have a couple of questions if ya dont mind replying to.

1. will oC help my gaming from 1 to 10 scale,
2. ive seen oc basic post and gives litle tutorial but iam still clueless how to oc my pc.
like i goto bios and iam actually looking for fsb init, iam clueless like i said.
ive had to jump my pc 2 times now.

so all iam asking is can someone just help me with it,
aim name is in profile, or is anyone has any good tutorials out there that can help me..
all iam looking for is a simple oc bost.
thanx.
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post #2 of 7
first all your OCing is going to suck cause of the 1.5gigs of ram......take 1 512mb out and your OC will be better, and make sure you are in Dual Channel mode
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i have 2 512 and 2 256 its in duel it says, but ok i took out the 2 256 and now at 1gb 512 duel
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Overclocking is most noticealble in gaming because it can help your fps among other things. 3700+ will oc nicely usually.

here are a few basics. Lower you HT or LTD frequency to x4, put the ram on a 166/333 divider, its also called a 5:6 divider. look around youll find it. Then riase the FSB 5-10 at a time. Go to your bios and take a look around. Mess with the setting but dont save bst learning you will do. Read this link too. Dont bother with voltage for now just see how high you can raise the FSB and it still boot to windows. Download sp2004, speedfan (for temps), and CPu-z. Google the names and youll find em.


http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html

http://www.insanetek.com/review.php?id=10 - a simple link
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post #5 of 7
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yea i saw that link and wad still clueless,
my problem is find the fsb, were do i got to find it, what thing in bios is it in?
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post #6 of 7
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i go into bios and all i see is,
gfx clockmode- sync or async...
and a timing memclock thing.
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see if you have an "advanced" tab with something like "jumper free config" or somthing.......sometimes you have to take some options off "auto" to be able to see what you are really after.

maybe an autooverclock that has a percentage or something that you have to set to manual....I'm not familiar with your board so I dont exactly know
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