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you just helped me on the whole mobo thing and i was pretty impressed so i need you again.

ok
i have a PHOENIX BIOS and i would like to overclock my cpu.(my cpu is already overclocked, but with software) i want it done in the BIOS.
There is no option for OC in my BIOS. How do I fix this?

heres my mobo

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im not him but.... You dont have an option to move up the FBS or anything?
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yea, i do
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thats how you overclock then. you have to increase your front side bus. someone correct me if i am wrong, but intels are quad clocked so you should see somewhere along the lines of clock frequency at 200mhz. On most bios, its usually set to standard, in which case, you have to change it to manual and a bunch of options will pop up (bus clock, ram frequency, vcore, ect).

Just slowly increase your bus clock by 3-5mhz at a time and when you cant boot up anymore, increase your vcore. When that doesn't work anymore, increase your ram timings (loosen) and start all over again with increasing bus, then vcore, then ram. Soon, you will get to a point where you are limited by 1. your ram 2. your cpu and 3. your temperature.

1. ram might not be good enuf to handle the stress of too much bus
2. too much vcore for your cpu or it just cant go any higher
3. its too hot and to go higher will permanently combine your mobo with your cpu!
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Originally Posted by OC'ing Noob
thats how you overclock then. you have to increase your front side bus. someone correct me if i am wrong, but intels are quad clocked so you should see somewhere along the lines of clock frequency at 200mhz. On most bios, its usually set to standard, in which case, you have to change it to manual and a bunch of options will pop up (bus clock, ram frequency, vcore, ect).

Just slowly increase your bus clock by 3-5mhz at a time and when you cant boot up anymore, increase your vcore. When that doesn't work anymore, increase your ram timings (loosen) and start all over again with increasing bus, then vcore, then ram. Soon, you will get to a point where you are limited by 1. your ram 2. your cpu and 3. your temperature.

1. ram might not be good enuf to handle the stress of too much bus
2. too much vcore for your cpu or it just cant go any higher
3. its too hot and to go higher will permanently combine your mobo with your cpu!
Yes Intel CPU'S have there FSB quad pumped 200x4=800FSB.

I would just like to point out that if the Ocing options in the Bios are not available that is most likely be because they have been locked out by the manufacturer.
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