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November 27, 2013 4:23:32 AM

i am not getting the cpu setting options on hp bios 2.10.1208 and processor is intel(R)core (TM)
i5-2400CPU @ 3.10GHZ
please suggest me how to get these optios to change the clock rate.



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November 27, 2013 7:48:53 AM

You have non "k" processor, non unlocked processor..
That's mean that you can't overclock it..
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November 27, 2013 8:07:33 PM

Quaddro said:
You have non "k" processor, non unlocked processor..
That's mean that you can't overclock it..


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November 27, 2013 8:09:50 PM

Hi Quaddro please tell me some intel processor which can be overclocked.
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November 27, 2013 10:32:45 PM

vikashrai said:
Hi Quaddro please tell me some intel processor which can be overclocked.


well, you have to buy a "K" series for unlocked processor..

for example:
i5 2500k,i7 2600k
i5 3570k, i7 3770k
i5 4670k, i7 4770k

but, you have to replace your motherboard as well..
because your motherboard only support non "K" processor..
so, you have to buy a board which is support unlocked multiplier..
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November 27, 2013 10:54:57 PM

Quaddro said:
vikashrai said:
Hi Quaddro please tell me some intel processor which can be overclocked.


well, you have to buy a "K" series for unlocked processor..

for example:
i5 2500k,i7 2600k
i5 3570k, i7 3770k
i5 4670k, i7 4770k

but, you have to replace your motherboard as well..
because your motherboard only support non "K" processor..
so, you have to buy a board which is support unlocked multiplier..

thanks quaddro...could you please tell me how to know that motherboard supports 'k' series processor ?
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November 27, 2013 11:00:14 PM

for sandy bridge (15 2500k- i72600k/2700k), a motherboard with Z68 or z77 chipset.
for ivy bridge (i5 3570k, i7 3770k), a motherboard with z77 chipset.
for haswell (i5 4670k, i7 4770k), a motherboard with z87 chipset.
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November 28, 2013 12:29:10 AM

Quaddro said:
for sandy bridge (15 2500k- i72600k/2700k), a motherboard with Z68 or z77 chipset.
for ivy bridge (i5 3570k, i7 3770k), a motherboard with z77 chipset.
for haswell (i5 4670k, i7 4770k), a motherboard with z87 chipset.

hello quaddro...thanx for your kind reply..would you please tell me how to know about sandy bridge,ivy bridge and haswell and also about z68 or z87 or z77.how to check out these

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November 28, 2013 12:39:12 AM

sandy, 2nd gen
ivy, 3rd gen
haswell, 4th gen

how to know it and check out these..?
well..
just go to the computer store nearest you, and say..

"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with Z68 or z77 chipset", if you want to pair it with sandy..
"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with z77 chipset", if you want to pair it with ivy..
and
"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with z87 chipset", if you want to pair it with haswell class..

This is the easiest way, for me and for you..:D 

If you wanna detailed explanation, please use google..:) 
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November 28, 2013 1:44:02 AM

Quaddro said:
sandy, 2nd gen
ivy, 3rd gen
haswell, 4th gen

how to know it and check out these..?
well..
just go to the computer store nearest you, and say..

"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with Z68 or z77 chipset", if you want to pair it with sandy..
"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with z77 chipset", if you want to pair it with ivy..
and
"sir, i want to buy a motherboard with with z87 chipset", if you want to pair it with haswell class..

This is the easiest way, for me and for you..:D 

If you wanna detailed explanation, please use google..:) 


thanks quaddro....sir one final question.....i am having a HPpc with core i7 3770s . is it overclockable
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November 28, 2013 1:53:40 AM

vikashrai said:

thanks quaddro....sir one final question.....i am having a HPpc with core i7 3770s . is it overclockable


You have non "k" processor, non unlocked processor..
That's mean that you can't overclock it..
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