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5000+ Blackedition overclocking

Feb 20, 2008
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System Name Everchanging
Processor Core i7 4790K
Motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus VII Hero
Cooling Custom loop
Memory 4x4GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2800MHz 11-14-14-35
Video Card(s) 2xEVGA GTX 970 SSC
Storage SSD Main, 7TB backups
Display(s) Samsung 40" 4k UHD
Case Corsair 900D
Audio Device(s) Soundblaster thingy
Power Supply Enermax Revolution 85+ 1050w
Mouse Steel Series Sensi
Keyboard Thermaltake eSports Posiden Z Cherry Blues
Software Windows 10 x64
So I decided to upgrade from my 4800+ to a 5000+ BE (well buying it today), and was wondering what method of overclocking would be the best, considering it has the unlocked multiplier, or should I just fiddle with all of the settings and see what i can get my max stable and go from there?
BTW, feel free to "kick" my ass for asking the question!


Edit: Going to be using the system thats in my current specs if that helps at all. And Xigmatek needs to release the HDT-S1284 soon cause I don't want to buy the 1283 only to replace it.
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System Name Battlefield 3
Processor Phenom II x3 715 heka unlocked to x4 3.3ghz
Motherboard GIGABYTE ga-ma785g-ud3h
Cooling arctic cooling freezer 64 pro
Memory 4 gig ddr2
Video Card(s) saphire 5770
Storage 60gb mushkin ssd,120 and 160 gig ide
Display(s) 1 19" crt, 2 17" crt
Case 30 dollar gaming case with fan grills removed
Audio Device(s) onboard
Power Supply 450 corsair
Software windows 7
Benchmark Scores Plays battlefield 3 well enough that i was ranked 1st globally in vehicles for november and december
its both from what ive read, you have to usualy find a balance between fsb and multiplyer if iim remembering right lol.