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In this video tutorial you will learn essential for overclocking Intel Core i5(First Gen) & Intel Core i7(First Gen) and p55 socket 1156. These basic method and techniques can be applied to any motherboard from Asus, EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte, Foxconn. You may even overclock your Core i5 and core i7 with box cooler to squeeze extra 30-40% safely. Recommended Corsair H systems or high performance air heatsinks with 120mm fans from Zalman, Thermalright, Cooler Master.
Please keep in mind that this video tutorial was recorded for the beginner. This tutorial can not be applied to overclocking Core i5(Second, Third or Fourth Generation) or Core i7 (Second, Third or Fourth Generation) that based on P67(socket 1155), Z68(socket 1155), Z77 (socket 1050),X79(socket 2011). This tutorial can be only applied to Core i5(First Gen) & Intel Core i7(First Gen) and p55 (socket 1156) And X58 Chipsets motherboards (socket 1366).
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Part 3 of 3 (This part video from testing stability of overclocked Core 2 Duo but same techniques can be applied while testing Core i5 or Core i7 with Prime 95):
Keep in mind that motherboards that were manufactured by Intel - not overclockable or can not be applid with this video tutorial. Good overclocking motherboards should be manufactured by Asus, MSI, EVGA, Gigabyte, Foxconn.
Thank you very much for watching and have a nice overclocking!