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How to Overclock CPU on OEM Motherboard?

post #1 of 12
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Hey this is my first time here! Firts of all: Wow what a big community!

Well, I asked on nvidia.com how I could OC my Intel i5 750 on my Acer Motherboard. Someone said me that I´d better ask here because here are much OC specialists!

Well simple thing, as I said, I want to overclock my CPU with my OEM Motherboard. I already updated my BIOS but there is still no function to OC. Atleast now the Turbo Boost Mode goes to 3,2 GHZ after the update. Well, do you know if and how it´s possilbe to make CPU Overclokcing at my OEM PC, although I dont use Acer Case anymore. And I bought a new Graphiccard.


Well my specs:

Win7 *64 Home Premium
500W Power Supply ( I know not that powerful)
GTX 465 (not Overclocked)
6GB DDR3
Core i5 750
My Motherboard is from the Acer Aspire M5811 ( I can´t tell you any name or smth)

My CPU Temps on Idle are:

Core 0: 30
Core 1: 28
Core 2: 26
Core 3: 28

(SpeedFan)

On Load im not sure, but I think around 50°C they must be.

Greets
post #2 of 12
uhhhh most definitely not. you should just throw ur mobo out and get a cheapish lga1156 board
post #3 of 12
I doubt you would be able to overclock an OEM computer.
The BIOS's on OEM motherboards are pretty limited.
They are limited because if overclocking was enabled in the BIOS they would have lots of warranty claims because someone put their voltage to the max possible etc.
I don't think you will be able to do any overclocking
    
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post #4 of 12
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Thats what I already thought....
Well thanks so far, but if thees anyone who things thats its still possible, let me know :=)
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try clockgen
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Asus P7H55-M is a decent mobo for overclocking and its relatively cheap
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post #7 of 12
I've heard the only way was to use clockgen.

I'd rather OC from the BIOS though.
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I can´t use any fuction if this Programm. It just recognized my CPU Clock. Or did I downloaded smth wrong? Please give me a link of a Version which works for you.
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I can´t use any fuction if this Programm. It just recognized my CPU Clock. Or did I downloaded smth wrong? Please give me a link of a Version which works for you.
Most of the time, clock gen just doesnt work. Time for some newegg shopping!
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post #10 of 12
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Hmm, I just bought new stuff... My new GPU was pretty expensive and these thousand collers I currently use, and now a new MoBo ;S

Is there probably a possibility to install a BIOS which is not from Acer and which got the OC functions unlocked?
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