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help me how to overclock with software or bios

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September 5, 2013 11:50:49 PM

cpu- intel E5800 @3.2 Ghz
mobo- biostar G41D3C

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September 6, 2013 12:08:40 AM

It's quite easy really, just increase the FSB frequency(FSB frequency*multiplier=clock speed).
Just make sure your ram doesn't exceed the rated speed by lowering it slightly.
That's my method of overclocking without increasing the multiplier, i am pretty sure there is some better way to do it but this works for me.
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September 6, 2013 12:25:50 AM

SimonGranstrom said:
It's quite easy really, just increase the FSB frequency(FSB frequency*multiplier=clock speed).
Just make sure your ram doesn't exceed the rated speed by lowering it slightly.
That's my method of overclocking without increasing the multiplier, i am pretty sure there is some better way to do it but this works for me.


i saw something like increase cpu voltage and many other things n now i m totally confused....so plz tell me step by step if can with example like wht ll be the limit
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September 6, 2013 1:17:40 AM

You start off by increasing the speed, and when/if it becomes unstable you increase the voltage. Just increase it by 0.05 at a time.
After every increase you make, stress test the cpu and check the temps.
Looks like the processor can handle up to 74C so i would keep the temps under 65C while stress testing.
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September 11, 2013 1:02:16 AM

SimonGranstrom said:
You start off by increasing the speed, and when/if it becomes unstable you increase the voltage. Just increase it by 0.05 at a time.
After every increase you make, stress test the cpu and check the temps.
Looks like the processor can handle up to 74C so i would keep the temps under 65C while stress testing.


ok so what should i increase ??? multiplier or the fsb speed ??? i just increased the fsb n now its giving 4ghz..have not increased multiplier and voltage..is this good or hv to do more??
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September 11, 2013 7:10:54 AM

stealthkiller said:
SimonGranstrom said:
You start off by increasing the speed, and when/if it becomes unstable you increase the voltage. Just increase it by 0.05 at a time.
After every increase you make, stress test the cpu and check the temps.
Looks like the processor can handle up to 74C so i would keep the temps under 65C while stress testing.


ok so what should i increase ??? multiplier or the fsb speed ??? i just increased the fsb n now its giving 4ghz..have not increased multiplier and voltage..is this good or hv to do more??


You can continue to overclock until it runs hot or stay at that speed which you know are stable.
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