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post #11 of 16
what? why would you join a forum to say something like that.
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Hi Sin0822,

This is my first post.

I have been at stock 2.8ghz for a few years and would like to know how to OC? I am new to OC. I know that OC can be done on a RAM, CPU, GPU level.

I read your posting (#4) but I did not understand all of the jargon, such as keep it 2x the RAM. As I adjust the settings, what should I be aware of?

Could you help me modify the BIOS, basing from posting (#4)? I have 24gb of RAM.

If you could give me three examples, basing from posting (#4), that would definitely will help me get started.
OC up to 3.0 ghz
OC up to 3.5 ghz
OC up to 4.0 ghz

Thank You

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post #13 of 16
So when I said 2x+1 uncore and memory.

So uncore multiplier would be = 2*(memory multiplier)+1

So if memory is 6x then uncore is 2*6+1= 13

U want to start on CPU multiplier and OC first and then move towards others. The best way to learn is just to try smile.gif Increase the voltages or decrease them small amounts(2-3 steps) if you hit instability too the temperatures are too high.
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post #14 of 16
Thanks for the reply.

However, I am new to this so I still don't understand where to start with your advice. Therefore, I asked previous if you could just show some examples for 3.0ghz,3.5ghz,4.0ghz, basing from your post#4. Would really appreciate if you can do this as I will learn from the examples.
post #15 of 16
yes, you know most motherboards have problems with 4ghz uncore for some weird reason, one of them is the p6x58d-e/p.thanks tc1yGG
post #16 of 16
Ok, so what would the specs be for oc to 3.5ghz?
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