Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by POOLESOFT, Sep 29, 2008.
any help would be welcomed ........... would like too get it up too 4+ ghz
See the guide in my signature for basic and easy to understand overclocking. check the guides in the overclocking and cooling section. That will get you started. Shouldn't be too hard to get it to 4.0GHZ.
Seems as though you have already OC'ed it a bit so far. You shouldn't need a huge increase in the Vcore or NB, i run e8400 24/7 with 1.49v NB and 1.3v on CPU. What have you changed so far to get it to 3.6?
all i'v changed waz the bus speed to 378.64 x 9.5 .......@1.225v this puts me at 3597.05mhz.........what next
just keep bumping up your bus speed until your system becomes unstable, then up your cpu voltage just enough to get it stable. Keep that up until you either can't go any farther or your happy with your clock. From my experiences, I stopped seeing performance gains with anything over 3.8 in gaming.
Yeah, for games and daily use, I run 3.9 with my E5200, for anything else, I just kick it up to 4.0 or 4.1GHZ.
Just keep upping the FSB till it gets unstable, then add some CPU volts.
it just wont let me boost up the bus speed past 380.00 even with more volts , like 1.4v
intel mobos = not oc, 100% stability but if you want to oc that mobo, or any intel mobo, is not recommended
when i bump up the volts in the bios , it dont seam like it has any affect at all . and all these programs say it is still 1.2250v ?
help i need more advice ?
make sure you set your ram divider so it is not going over its stock speed, and step the voltages, you have a good motherboard, so you shouldnt have a problem.
Yeah, Intel branded motherboards are notorious for poor OCing. Great for stability though. It's also quite possible that board restricts you from truly increasing vcore, even if it is an option to do so in the bios.
i still cant get it past 3.6 ghz , wont boot 1.4v
how do i set ram divider?
can any one help ?
so how did i do ?
.....................core's are running around 40 to 45 degrees
so........... how fast will she go? (Zalman CNPS9500A LED CPU Cooling Fan)
any one else have any thoughts?
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