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Hello! Can anyone advise me how to overclock my CPU and only if its necesary my other system components.
Edited by alexzafish - 2/20/11 at 1:42pm
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Hello! Can anyone advise me how to overclock my CPU and only if its necesary my other system components.
It varies from chipset to chipset. Previous chipsets that used FSBs (such as yours) were overclocked by raising Front Side Bus and/or multiplier. Newer chipsets with base clocks overclock much like older FSB systems.

For your chip, I would say raise FSB, and if possible, the multiplier. You also have to consider raising core voltage for the CPU. Some chips require more voltage to hit higher clocks. Some don't. It's a crap shoot really.

But I don't have any experience on your platform so I can't say for certain. Anyone else care to join in?
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I don't know how yo overcoak a cpu.. does anyone else?
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try goin into the bios
and increaseing the FBS and maby the multiplyer

you might have to increase the voltage. to keep it stable just dont go over 1.36volts to keep your cpu safe.

also make sure you cheak your temps stay under about 70 degrees.
* i recommened useing realtemp or core temp (:
    
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also make sure you cheak your temps stay under about 70 degrees.
* i recommened useing realtemp or core temp (:
This too. Temps are very important.
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i will follow ur advises thx 4 the moment
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Hello! Can anyone advise me how to overclock my CPU and only if its necesary my other system components.
Here you go http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=180445
    
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nice! im preparing to stress the PC with the stock seting and see the results and will go OC
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just finished stressing the PC with OCCT and the verdict is that it's stable the CPU Temp went to 50 °C and everything was ok. I notice a little overclock in Everst and i think the system is overcloking by it self when it needs an extra boost but it didn't go over 2.7GHz. for the moment every program and game i've tried worked perfectly with full details. recently i finished playing metro and it was on full details just that the Windows doesn't provide DirectX11 but it's ok and im changing my mind about OC the system is very stable and it work perfectly thx anyway 4 ur help. if u wanna test anything read the forums just like i dead. if u want any details about the MB or any config's contact me via Messenger.

--ps-- the Vcore is always 1.30~1.33V , VTT 1.10~1.12V , PLL 1.50~1.50V i hope these voltages are ok because the system in BIOS is everything on AUTO
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i have a new question! my DDR3-1333MHZ RAMs only work's on 667MHz! the question is: why the work on 667 and not on 1333? is that the default speed set in bios or because it's on auto, i buy them for 1333MHz not 667MHz. or the other option is that they change there speed based on memory load?
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