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Edited by bigpud - 1/11/11 at 5:31am
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okay hold up the train if you are getting temp close to 70c under stress i think it is time for a cpu cooler upgrade my Athlon II X4 run at 50C understress with stock cooling so definitely reconsider your cooling. To start you need to get to bio Press f2, delete, f10, during boot up it really depends on the manufacturer on which key it is. Then move to a window where it shows processor speed front buss speed ETC. in one of those you wanna find where is says "core multiplier" or something along the lines of multiply of core frequency like i said it varies with every mobo. Then increase the multiplier my a little dont make huge jumps!!! save, exit, boot up run stability testers and make sure stable. Do this over and over again until you become unstable. when you are unstable you want to then adjust the core voltage, ONLY BY A LITTLE. until you become stable you basically repeat all of this over and over until you reach a point that the cpu cann't go any more.

hope i helped and watch YouTube video to see how its done live, then can explain more in depth if you want to go in ram timing and so on and so forth
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Light scribe Windows 7 Home Premium Asus VW246H, Dell 17" Hp stock 
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stock hp pavillion e9300z HP stock 
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