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Old 05-18-2010, 07:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Alright, up untill the other night, i was scared of going into the Bios of my computer and tweaking things, but thanks to Hussein19891, he helped me get my feet wet in over clocking and i want more!

my goal is to get as close to 4.2ghz on my phenom II 965 Black Edition as i can get.

Heres my CPU-Z stats, anyone have an idea where i should start to get close to 4.2Ghz. i have done some reading on Google and read that its kinda difficult to get a PII 965 BE at or above 4.0ghz

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