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I put together a little tracking worksheet for when you're overclocking a new chip. Print it off, and you can keep track of what settings you're trying, so you don't duplicate efforts. I know after tweaking for a few hours, I tend to get things a bit confused in my head


I am pretty sure it covers the basics, but it's been a long week so let me know if I missed something!

The PDF version is blank and includes a "trial" line, and the XLS version omits the trial line in favor of a Core Speed line that auto-calculates from the multi and BCLCK lines.

PDF Version: http://www.tankguys.com/oc_worksheet.pdf
XLS Version: http://www.tankguys.com/oc_worksheet.xls
 

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Thanks, this will be really useful.
 

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Originally Posted by Prescott-King View Post
you could add idle temp and load temp to it instead of just cpu temp.
Why idle temp? Load is all that matters.

Good idea on the worksheet
. That's gonna save some hand writing on my end.
 

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Awesome... was just thinking about making one of these. OC'ing my i7 930 with an h70 corsair.

4.4ghz was tooooo hot but 4.2 is going great...

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!
 
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