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can somebody eigther i/m me or skpe me to tell me how to o/c step by step?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by quasar923, Dec 27, 2006.

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    can some one skype me or instant message me to help me o/c my computer step by step. i have had many failed attmeps. thanks. skype- quasar923 aol-quasar923
     
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    ahaha i just made a thread thats pretty much identical to yours ;)
     
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    so far all the info i have is:

    "Start by upping CPU frequency (CPU speed, FSB) 3-5 MHz at a time. This single setting will affect your entire system bus.

    Once increasing FSB, boot into your operating system. If you have reached the desktop successfully, then go back to BIOS and repeat until you experience instability (usually in the form of reboots or system lock-ups).

    When you hit a wall, up vcore one notch. If this doesn’t help, up it another notch.

    If upping vcore doesn’t seem to be helping, then you can loosen your RAM’s timings If you see no gains, lower RAM speed (or CPU: RAM ratio/divider).

    Once you reach the point where you are not exceeding the RAM’s rated operating speeds (or are sure it will run at the current speed), and you are at the upper limit of either CPU temps or vcore, then you have found your CPU’s highest stable overclock.

    Finally, test stability with memtest (strictly for RAM), Prime95 (good all-around tester which offers torture tests for CPU alone, RAM alone, and overall system stressing), and 3dMark01 (good all around CPU/RAM/VC tester)."
     
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    Ok, Quasar, simple steps to OCing an AMD Computer.

    1. Lower HTT to 4, or 800MHZ, whichever your mobo has
    2. Lower ram to 166MHZ
    3. Raise FSB until you either A hit a wall, or B are satisfied
    4. If you hit a wall raise your V core voltage a notch.
    5. Test with prime95 for stability.

    You may not have to lower your RAM, depending on the brand and how high you are going. If you are going 10-20 MHZ on the FSB, you should be safe leaving your ram at 200MHZ.

    KEEP YOUR TEMPS BELOW 50*C at full load.
     
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    LMFAO, mine can reach 50*C idle.
     
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    Thats because you have a space heater of a CPU. AMD's melt at 65-80*C.
     
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    Aye, you gotta love Intel.
     
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    Mine does 25º Idle :roll:
     
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    How the hell did you do that? You know I'm starting to think the temp sensor on this board sucks cock.
     
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