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this came with my mObo. and offers the ability to overclock... would that be my safe bet to overclocking.. just go by percentages since im new... just let the program do it... and how would i know if its unstable at that overclock by doing it through the AI booster?
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it is better to use your bios for over clocking rather then the ai booster.. there is a rather nice sticky/faq on how to overclock i would read that first then look around your bios and get comfortable with what options you have
    
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Where do you look at your bios??
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I saw both of you have A8N-Sli Motherboards and I remembered ncsa's great FAQ on it. Take a read through should give you a pretty good idea and get you familiar with the bios.

http://www.overclock.net/faqs/38169-...roduction.html
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alright... thanks
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is there a reason bios is better?
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Well, I did the AI 10% OC and it was great, but some games would get C++ errors becuase the Ai program overclocks everything, even you AGP slot, so you start to corrupt your system with that. Also you do not adjust your HTT multiplier which then gets ot over the rated speed which these processors do not like to do.

In the bios you only adjust you HTT multiplier, your FSB, and some voltages if needed.

Try this turn your FSB to 210 mhz and your HTT mutli to 4 on a socket 939, or to 3 on a socket 754 and hit F10. You just OC'ed your system, and safely.

Now if you want you can start to adjust your FSB higher, it should be able to hit 240-250 on stock volts, and get to 270 with a .5 volt increase on the core.

If you go over 210 mhz and start to get errors, tell your mobo that you have DDR333, it will clock it down for you so your overclock raises it back up..
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post #8 of 12
yeah I wouldnt use the AI booster (I had an ASUS board on my old P4), it really is a poor way of OCing, It does mess with alot of componets that dont need to be changed, especilly RAM dividers it will put to the lowest, if u must use it just go with the 10%
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post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by Lilwheezy75
is there a reason bios is better?
The Bios is alot Better as When a Bios is applid it is always there as soon as you boot into Windows so theres no need to reapply it all the time. Also when you have overclocked when you POST ( power on self test ) when you turn the computer on it will generally POST and test it as such you will find if its a truley unstable oc your Computer wont Even POST.
post #10 of 12
AI boost sucks as far as i'm concerned. Its very unreliable in my experience. If you want to OC, I'm afraid the best/safest way is to roll up your sleeves and read, read, read... then do it manually. You'll do it by changing voltages, HT, multipliers, timings. Getting comfortable with those terms is a good first step.
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