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Old 03-17-2005, 02:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok I am new to the world of overclocking and after reading up am still unsure exactly how to do it. Do you use a third-party program to do it or is it doable in your pc's settings?

Thanks for any help I'm trying to get the best out of my new comp.
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You go into your system BIOS as soon as you try turning your machine on.
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Could you tell me the name of the setting to alter?
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I usualy raise my FSB about 5 Mhz, then save exit and let the system set for 10 min then restart and go another 5 till it dies, then i know how far i can go, but wait for one of the REAL overclockers to get here and help ya :-p i hardly even OC my system.
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http://www.techist.com/showthread.php?threadid=22031

That's the sticky right at the top of this page "Overclocking Basics and temperature guide".....good place to start
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