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Fx 6300 Oc Guide?????

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September 8, 2013 7:12:11 AM

Anyone know a good oc guide for the 6300

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September 8, 2013 7:18:05 AM

Not really since the easy way is to raise the CPU multiplier in BIOS.
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September 8, 2013 7:46:41 AM

rolli59 said:
Not really since the easy way is to raise the CPU multiplier in BIOS.


But I don't know how to do that
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September 8, 2013 7:49:09 AM

It is explained in your manual but the guide above from ifreestylin is fine
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September 8, 2013 7:49:48 AM

Head over to the AMD Overclocking Club, if you ask nicely I'm sure someone will be happy to help you.

The basics are pretty much the same as AMD chips have been for a while. If you're going for a mild overclock, start out 100MHz-200MHz increases at a time. When under stress the system crashes, then you know you need just a little more voltage. Only touch the multiplier and vCore until you get an idea of what you're doing, too many variables in the mix make for tough troubleshooting.

But rule #1 is make sure you have adequate cooling, the stock cooler simply wont cut it.
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September 8, 2013 8:02:10 AM

Mikmono317 said:
rolli59 said:
Not really since the easy way is to raise the CPU multiplier in BIOS.


But I don't know how to do that


Did you not see the link i post?
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September 8, 2013 8:03:51 AM

ifreestylin said:
Mikmono317 said:
rolli59 said:
Not really since the easy way is to raise the CPU multiplier in BIOS.


But I don't know how to do that


Did you not see the link i post?


Sorry I didn't thank you ill read that
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September 8, 2013 8:05:11 AM

stickg1 said:
Head over to the AMD Overclocking Club, if you ask nicely I'm sure someone will be happy to help you.

The basics are pretty much the same as AMD chips have been for a while. If you're going for a mild overclock, start out 100MHz-200MHz increases at a time. When under stress the system crashes, then you know you need just a little more voltage. Only touch the multiplier and vCore until you get an idea of what you're doing, too many variables in the mix make for tough troubleshooting.

But rule #1 is make sure you have adequate cooling, the stock cooler simply wont cut it.


Coolermaster hyper 212 evo and coolermaster haf 912 with extra fans Is That good
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September 8, 2013 8:17:06 AM

Mikmono317 said:
stickg1 said:
Head over to the AMD Overclocking Club, if you ask nicely I'm sure someone will be happy to help you.

The basics are pretty much the same as AMD chips have been for a while. If you're going for a mild overclock, start out 100MHz-200MHz increases at a time. When under stress the system crashes, then you know you need just a little more voltage. Only touch the multiplier and vCore until you get an idea of what you're doing, too many variables in the mix make for tough troubleshooting.

But rule #1 is make sure you have adequate cooling, the stock cooler simply wont cut it.


Coolermaster hyper 212 evo and coolermaster haf 912 with extra fans Is That good


Should be good enough for 4.5GHz-4.8GHz depending on ambient and how much extra voltage you need. Have fun!
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September 8, 2013 8:20:03 AM

stickg1 said:
Mikmono317 said:
stickg1 said:
Head over to the AMD Overclocking Club, if you ask nicely I'm sure someone will be happy to help you.

The basics are pretty much the same as AMD chips have been for a while. If you're going for a mild overclock, start out 100MHz-200MHz increases at a time. When under stress the system crashes, then you know you need just a little more voltage. Only touch the multiplier and vCore until you get an idea of what you're doing, too many variables in the mix make for tough troubleshooting.

But rule #1 is make sure you have adequate cooling, the stock cooler simply wont cut it.


Coolermaster hyper 212 evo and coolermaster haf 912 with extra fans Is That good


Should be good enough for 4.5GHz-4.8GHz depending on ambient and how much extra voltage you need. Have fun!


I will probably go to 4.2 because I don't really need that much and it is cool here in Canada :) 
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September 8, 2013 8:29:31 AM

It will probably do 4.2GHz on auto voltage. That's only 200MHz over stock turbo isn't it?

Oh I forgot something important. What motherboard do you have, not all boards are good for Overclocking and it could limit your potential.
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September 8, 2013 8:34:43 AM

stickg1 said:
It will probably do 4.2GHz on auto voltage. That's only 200MHz over stock turbo isn't it?

Oh I forgot something important. What motherboard do you have, not all boards are good for Overclocking and it could limit your potential.


M5a97 r2.0
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September 8, 2013 10:29:41 AM

Mikmono317 said:
stickg1 said:
It will probably do 4.2GHz on auto voltage. That's only 200MHz over stock turbo isn't it?

Oh I forgot something important. What motherboard do you have, not all boards are good for Overclocking and it could limit your potential.


M5a97 r2.0


Good one.
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February 5, 2016 4:30:31 AM

A have a MSI 970 Gaming how much of a overclock can a get with a AMD FX 6300 ?
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February 5, 2016 4:32:37 AM

And a do have a ques-ten about how to make my cpu work at its rated speed at stock it's running 1.4Ghz
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February 5, 2016 5:26:21 AM

kobriusx said:
A have a MSI 970 Gaming how much of a overclock can a get with a AMD FX 6300 ?


kobriusx said:
And a do have a ques-ten about how to make my cpu work at its rated speed at stock it's running 1.4Ghz


You really should start your own thread as this one is well over 3 years old, and some of the information in it is totally wrong anyway! Ryan

No one should need a guide to overclock an unlocked multiplier CPU, all you do is increase the multiplier and the Vcore, (Vcore is the supplied CPU voltage), and leave the Base Clock alone at 200mhz and the rest of the settings on auto except for the CPUs energy saving features that keep you from running a solid 6 core overclock.

Now all the above is done manually in the BIOS, are you saying you do not even know how to change BIOS settings?

I that is the case, I suggest learning how to change BIOS settings first.

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