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h81m-k over clocking


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zikmoshe

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I have a new h81m-k mobo that can be over clocked 

I need a  manual that will tell me what and how to do and not to do

Can anyone help pls?

Thnx


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iammykyl

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Gday.

There is no one good tutorial/blog that covers every aspect.   You can do sensible overclocking and be safe, or go extreme and risk burning out parts   You should be aware that using a different cooling solution other than the one supplied in the box, both from Intel and AMD, will void the CPU warranty and any damage caused, you have no legal claim, this also applied to overclocking.

If you do use a aftermaarket cooler on a cheap MB, stick with one that has down draft air flow, the dame as the stock cooler, not a tower type.   This will drive air over the MOSFET  and help with coolling.

 

This link is for a MSI board and will get you going, look for people overclocking your specific board.

 

Good luck.

 

Translate with your browser, > http://www.jagatrevi...n-msi-h81m-e33/


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