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Hello friends, I have one question.
I just made today my first overclock, I have Intel dual core cpu E5700 @3000MHz, I overclocked it to 3030Mhz, Not really much.
I want to overclock it to 3.1-3.2 GHz
My current core voltage is about 1.248 V
How can I change the voltage for further overclocking?
Also my multiplier is 15x, should I lower it?

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-P41T-D3
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1
HDD: 400 GB i 500 GB
Ram: 4 GB
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5700 3.0 GHz
Graffic Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GT/GTO 512mb 256 bits
System Type: X86-based PC
Sound Card: Realtek High Definition Audio

What should I do so I can overclock it to 3.2GHz ?
The maximum RPM of my fan is 3000 RPM +-

Sorry for my bad english

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Hey, I myself have a pentium Dual-Core E5800 (the next one above yuors), which has the same core and everything else except for the clock speed. I can safely overclock mine from 3.2 GHz (stock) to 3.86 GHz. My default voltage is 1.2 V, and I overclocked that to 1.4 V. I am using a stock cooler and heatsink.

A 60 MHz overclock is nothing! A simple fluctation in clock speeds might cause that! Did you try increasing the speed until the system doesn't boot up? I would expect that chip to reach at least 3.5 GHz! Use software to overclock (to be safe) and try increasing the clock until the system crashes. Then reduce it back about 100-200 MHz and leave it.

As for the multiplier, you should leave it at default for now.

Best of luck!
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