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Old 03-22-2007, 01:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Totally lost in my BIOS. I can't seem to find the FSB/Multi/Ram divide... nothing. This bios is so screwy.
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Old 03-23-2007, 01:28 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Sorry, I had to rub this in your face.

Upgrading CPU/RAM/VIDEO

Look at posts 8 and 9 rofl

I would help you, but I've no experience with that board, so for now, just a rub in the face.. until you do get it to 2.8
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The chip is up to 2.6GHz already, and thats only because I don't like 50C+ on dual load.

It was the "C1E" that was hidden in the bios. Also, the FSB is given on the 4x factor, not the traditional fsb values. Furthermore, the mem and fsb are unlinked, so there's very very very few needed adjustments in order to OC. You simply take the (desired speed) / (multi = 7) and then x 4 = FSB you need.

It all makes sense now.
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Old 03-23-2007, 06:46 PM   #14 (permalink)
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would I be able to overclock my CPU with stock heatsink fan and 1 side fan.
and how much do you think I can get it to?
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would I be able to overclock my CPU with stock heatsink fan and 1 side fan.
and how much do you think I can get it to?
Don't worry about the temps untill they get to 70*C for a C2D. I use 65*C as my upper limit.

Most E6300s clear 3GHz on stock volts, I wouldn't up the volts at all on stock cooling though.
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Old 03-24-2007, 04:42 PM   #16 (permalink)
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When I go into bios I dont see anything about the cpu.
I only see the memory.
I heard you can't overclock your cpu on the DG965WH.
is this true?
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very much doubt it.

all you need to do is increase the FSB. (as clockspeed = fsb x multi)

the memory will increase as well, and as it is value ram, find the bit in the bios that is called "memory multiplier" or fsb:ram ratio, and drop it down a bit so the memory is running slower.
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