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Trying to OC :P

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Ok, so I was reading the stickied thread on how to OC (by Noaffinity)...
I went in to my BIOS (Phoenix awardBIOS or something o.o ) and started looking for the Spead Spectrum, PCI/AGP/SATA thing and the Stop unused PCI clock, but the thing is o.o I can't find em!
I did find my RAM thingie, and I can choose: By SPD, 200, 333 and another number (think its 400)
And I'd like to know where to find those options :/
if its any help :O its a Medion PC

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If you could, fill out the system specs in the User CP so we can better help you.

It sounds like your motherboard doesnt have these options, which is normal, but not something you want when OCing. Try looking for PCI/AGP/PCIe lock, and lock the frequency to 33Mhz, 66Mhz, and 100Mhz respectivly. Then raise the FSB value...etc, following the other steps in the overclocking guide.

Be patient, read around the forums, take is slow, and ask lots of questions.

Best of Luck.
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E4400 P35 DS3R 8800GTS 2GB Crucial Ballistix 
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1x SATA 80GB, 160GB Hitachi - 1x 120GB Samsung IDE DVDRW Fedora 7 and Windows XP ViewSonic VX922 2ms 19in 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E4400 P35 DS3R 8800GTS 2GB Crucial Ballistix 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1x SATA 80GB, 160GB Hitachi - 1x 120GB Samsung IDE DVDRW Fedora 7 and Windows XP ViewSonic VX922 2ms 19in 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
basic 520W Corsair Thermaltake VB1000WWS Logitech G5 
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