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Thinking of doing a little overclock ?????s

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by ghost28, Mar 29, 2009.

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    Ok...so my new build is up and running and i have been thinking of giving it a little OC.....i dont wanna get nuts yet just something simple and stable to try it for the first time....

    system specs below....
    AMD PhenomII X4 940
    ASUS M4A79 Deluxe MOBO
    8gb OCZ Gold DDR2 1066 Ram running at 800
    2- HIS Radeon HD 4870s running CorssfireX
    Cooler Master V8 Cooler
    Cooler Master HAF case
    PC Power & Cooling 750 silencer PSU

    lemme know where to start as this will be my first OC.....

    Thanks in advance.....:rockout::rockout:
     
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    with that u should get a nice oc, try doing small things like pushing by 2 the multi (not 2 at once, 05 at once and stress test)

    EDIT: 0.5 at once
     
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    thanks guys.....i havent fired up the machine in a few days....as soon as i feel a bit better from this Hernia surgery i had a couple of days ago i will sit down and play around with the settings and see what happens.....i am sure i will have a million more questions.....
     

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