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I'm wanting to learn O.C.ing by taking small and safe steps first. I've read a few guides on here and looked through several threads but am still not sure of myself just yet. I've gotten some advice on a few settings but i thought it would be easier to show what i have in my BIOS and get advice on what settings i need to change! I would like to do a simple O.C. to maybe 3.6 or 3.8GHZ. to start! First, i rest to default values and have made the changes seen in the pics( mainly just to the RAM). Also, i have read that power saving options need to be disabled. I have C&Q and C1E disabled, any others that need to be disabled?



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I would suggest setting both CPU LLC and CPU/NB LLC to Full Calibration.

I've had good luck by setting Ai Over clock tuner to Manual instead of using D.O.H.C. and as far as I know most CHIV user are doing this. I could be wrong, I know of only a few that don't. The "Sargent In Arms" RaginCain of the CHIV Club recommended to me to use the manual setting so I've been using it all along without any issues.

Different strokes for different folks I know, this is just what I found works for me is all.
 
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leave bus freq at 200
cpu ratio to x19 (3800mhz)
vcore to 1.35v
cpu nb freq to x13 (2600mhz)
cpu nb voltage to 1.3v
ht link to x10 (2000mhz)

if it's stable then start playing with the voltages

if it's not stable, bump vcore a notch and retest

1.35v should be enough for 3.8ghz though

most are doing 4ghz around 1.4v
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Up the cpu multiplier,bump up the voltage till its stable run prime 95 to test stability
    
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