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E8400 OC'ing

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by <<Onafets>>, Aug 19, 2010.

  1. <<Onafets>>


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    Hello again,

    Some of you are aware that i am interested in OC'ing my '400.
    Are there any beginner guides that i should look at? FOR oc'ing that are really good? Worried about kilin teh chip. :eek::p
    Any help you could provide would be awesome, *shakes head at n00bish ways* :shadedshu
  2. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    google is your friend - the forum 'search' function is also your friend.

    but STICKIES are a closer friend then you think



    at least attempt to research stuff for yourself before asking. - saves having to repeat posts n stuff. however if you run into trouble or theres something you dont understand then by all means ask, but for simple stuff like 'E8400 overclocking' in google could have saved you a lot of time instead of waiting around for someone to answer.
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  3. joeyck New Member

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    dude ur chip wont die lol if anything ur system will just shut down and u gotta clear ur cmos lol i had my system unstable yesterday at 3.5 all i did was hit the cmod clear and went back to bios and move it back to the last stable OC.. (3.4)
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  4. JrRacinFan

    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    Easiest way .....

    lower your dram speed in bios and continue bringing fsb up by 5 til you dont post/no longer boot windows. Once that occurs back off by a minimum of 7.

    Thats without making any other adjustments. Make sure you disable c1e/eist and setup voltages from auto to a constant value.
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