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valtastic

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Hey guys! I'm completely new to overclocking and would like some advice! I've read the stickies and want to have a go now (have to start somewhere).

Anyway, what I'd like to know is how much I can overclock without losing system stability or stuff melting.
I don't know what sort of information you need to know but I'll tell you that I have an AMD Athlon 64 3700+ processor and 2x512 Kingstons (DDR400). My cooling is just standard intake, outtake and CPU.

I have considered using the Asus Ai Booster but I heard that it's not the best (or at least BIOS will always be better).

Thanks in advance! Much appreciated!
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I have no experience in it but I suggest you read the pinned topics. They are there for a reason.
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Hey guys! I'm completely new to overclocking and would like some advice! I've read the stickies and want to have a go now (have to start somewhere).

Anyway, what I'd like to know is how much I can overclock without losing system stability or stuff melting.
I don't know what sort of information you need to know but I'll tell you that I have an AMD Athlon 64 3700+ processor and 2x512 Kingstons (DDR400). My cooling is just standard intake, outtake and CPU.

I have considered using the Asus Ai Booster but I heard that it's not the best (or at least BIOS will always be better).

Thanks in advance! Much appreciated!

first off, is it a custom pc or a OEM(dell, hp, etc)?
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I built it myself.
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