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Asus M2V-TVM ??

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Hi. I have a Asus M2V-TVM with AM2 4600+ Brisbane.It is an overclock option in the bios but the max overclock is in fact ...2.4 gigs like the stock speed of my brisbane. Where can I overclock it??? Help me its my first overclocking ill also want to overclock videocard ...whats the difference between Core mhz and Memory mhz on pci-express? I can go way up on my geforce 7300GT it was 810mhz core if im right...if its too long to explain just post me a link here so i can read and print it.
Thx guys
 
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You can try Clockgen for overclocking if your bios has no options. As for Core/Memory, core is the cards Graphics Processor(GPU), and the memory is the speed of the memory. Kinda like overclocking CPU and overclocking RAM, but on a videocard. Core MHz will get you the biggest boost in performance.
 
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Pick from any number of free benchmarks. 3dmark06 is pretty standard.
 
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