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Old 03-15-2015, 03:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to overclock my AMD FX 6530



Where would I find CPU Ratio and NB Ratio?

Also I pushed my clock speed up 5% but when I go above that windows wont boot

Edit: Dropped back down to 0% as a game crashed...
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Don't worry about overclocking your CPU. Any performance gains you'll get would be from GPU right now until you get a more powerful graphics solution.
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Don't worry about overclocking your CPU. Any performance gains you'll get would be from GPU right now until you get a more powerful graphics solution.
Can I overclock that?
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What do you have again?
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Lol I wouldn't. Not even worth the time really and doesn't have a good enough cooler or VRM circuit to handle it.
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I am trying to overclock my AMD FX 6530
Also I pushed my clock speed up 5% but when I go above that windows wont boot

Edit: Dropped back down to 0% as a game crashed...
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