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Ok guys i have the following.i7 950.. 12 gb DDR3 ram... H70 Cooling system Witht eh P6t Deluxe V2 Mobo... i need bios setting for overclockiong can someone please help me?
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give this guide a read. it is about Intel chip overclocking, and goes very in depth on all terms and what to look for, and what to increase, and what to do (y) if (x) happens

also, be sure to fill in all your pc stats.

good luck! we are all willing to help, don't run too much voltage through that thing, and don't let it get too far over 60C. you shouldn't see those temps with an H70, but you never know.
Edited by rocker22dallas - 3/29/11 at 6:23pm
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i dont get it can you help me with bios settings
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did you read that whole guide?

the first thing you will need is patience. make sure you have all of the latest drivers for all of your hardware. download and install prime95 (link in the guide).

now comes the tricky part. first off, i would not push that card over 1.45v, but by no means does that mean set it there and leave it. you need to increase by small increments.....keep voltage stock, increase clocks by NO MORE than 15mhz at a time. so now you would have stock voltage, slightly increased speed, go into windows and open prime95. click benchmark.

for overclocking trying to find the feel of your card you should run it for at least 20-25 mins. if done properly, that card can reach 4GHz.

also, the settings should be under AI tweaker in your bios.

Edit: there is no "sure-fire" way to do this, you just have to take your time and increase slowly. also, the point of prime95 is to heat and stress your chip. so watch your heat, if it goes over 65c you are doing something wrong (TIM not applied correctly, etc)

also remember that if you go too crazy with the clocks or voltage or heat, or are not watching it; you run the risk of killing your chip, your mobo having mosfets fail, PSU giving out, or any number of terrible problems.. so i wish you the best of luck

happy clocking!
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