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How-to overclock


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Have had clockgen a for a while its quite good. Ive just given up and use bios its easier to fix when things go wrong thanks to the handy cmos clear button.
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It says that overclocking by raising with the FSB is pretty much self-explanatory, and yet I have no idea about how to do that. How would it be done?
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post removed. SPAM. member banned. :tazz:
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If you have an nVidia card (GeForce ) , it has an internal overclock facility called "CoolBits". Enable "GPU Overclock from BIOS" and use coolbits in your display settings. If you cannot see it there, download "nVHardpage" from http://www.guru3d.com and also the latest detonator drivers.
Even if you have an inbuilt GPU on mobo, you can use it, but do it carefully.
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huh? Whatever happened to the guy asking for a GPU overclock?
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We Gigabyte Motherboards have our own program to overclock our cpu, its called EasyTune. Look at the gigabyte site, it comes with the motherboard driver cd. Link to download if you have lost the cd
http://www.opendrive...s-download.html
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Make sure you have a gigabyte mobo first if you use that, most mobo manufactureres bundle some kind of own brand overclocking software and hardware into the boards.

Edited by warriorscot, 03 May 2006 - 12:08 PM.

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never mind

Edited by james_8970, 16 April 2006 - 12:03 PM.

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amazing!!
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As a newbie novice I found it fairly understandable and quite insightful
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But where are the links? It makes mention to links several times...and doesn't really tell you how to overclock, just about overclocking and it's dangers.
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http://www.ocforums....ad.php?t=263753 direct link to that on ocforums, few other places, but that guide is great, if you dont know how to overclock after reading all of that dont bother it explains everything.
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for those using ATI cards, get AtiTool, it overclocks without having to open up ure comp, my x700 runs at 475MHz, when it starts off at 358 (360MHz)!!!!

dunno where i got it, but its reallu useful!
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hmmmm..Very interesting. Sounds like a plan to me! But it's very tempting to attempt. Yeah, you sure know your stuff.
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Warriorscot you can also use Systool to overclock basicly which is very helpful here is a link: http://www.techpowerup.com/systool/

by the way how do you spell "basicly" meaning very basic??
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