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January 20, 2010 11:31:04 PM


i bought my asus p6t deluxe v2 with 920 cpu and 6 Gb corsair ram 1600

problem is i cant find any good notes anywhere in how to over clock this.. like its a secret or something

yet there to many ridiculous attempts everywhere, trying to complicate everything.

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a b K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 12:39:49 AM
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January 21, 2010 1:42:01 AM

james67 said:
i bought my asus p6t deluxe v2 with 920 cpu and 6 Gb corsair ram 1600

problem is i cant find any good notes anywhere in how to over clock this.. like its a secret or something

yet there to many ridiculous attempts everywhere, trying to complicate everything.

Truly a secret, sssssh! Now don't tell your friends who have the same board, and they will think you are a genius. :) 
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January 21, 2010 11:07:22 AM

this is what i mean..exactly.. no proper feedback about the question at all

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a c 231 K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 11:47:43 AM

Actually LoneWolf_53 has supplied you with a good link to your question, what else are you looking for?
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a b K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 12:13:08 PM

You did not ask a question, you expressed your opinions. Why don't you try the link I posted for you earlier? The results are for OCing your specific board. OCing is complicated and tedious - you have to test multiple settings controlling your board, CPU, and RAM because results may vary between systems even with the exact same components.
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January 21, 2010 1:45:49 PM

james67 said:
this is what i mean..exactly.. no proper feedback about the question at all


I'm getting the impression you just expect someone to give you the settings for your board and that's not how it works.

You have to read and experiment carefully with an understanding of what you are doing.

You've been given useful links and you can combine those with threads right here on Tom's such as this one.. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/253365-29-core-overcl... after which it's up to you to figure out what works on your board.

There are no short cuts.
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a c 231 K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 2:28:35 PM

And even identical hardware will yield differing overclocking results, because the manufacturing process end results, are not exactly identical.
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a c 197 K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 2:55:30 PM

james67 said:

yet there to many ridiculous attempts everywhere, trying to complicate everything.


It's a complicated subject that does not lend itself to a cookbook approach.

As they say, "google is your friend",
and ...
YMMV. "Your mileage may vary."

And overshocked very recently added this:
Overshocked i7 Overclocking - What does what
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/256021-11-core-over...

treefrog, no matter how many times I see that trick, I cannot keep a straight face. It's truly an excellent example of not so thinly veiled digital sarcasm.

ryan, remember when I said I didn't miss "the good old days"? That's not completely true. What I miss is that it used to take a certain amount of technical skill to do things.
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a c 231 K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 3:03:52 PM

So True jsc
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January 21, 2010 3:17:36 PM

4Ryan6 said:
Actually LoneWolf_53 has supplied you with a good link to your question, what else are you looking for?



NO it wasnt a good link .. screen shots of some specs??
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January 21, 2010 3:19:33 PM

LoneWolf_53 said:
I'm getting the impression you just expect someone to give you the settings for your board and that's not how it works.

You have to read and experiment carefully with an understanding of what you are doing.

You've been given useful links and you can combine those with threads right here on Tom's such as this one.. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/253365-29-core-overcl... after which it's up to you to figure out what works on your board.

There are no short cuts.



and im getting the ida you dont read post they way they are posted...
and also if you cant answer ...dont reply back with ..."i gotta teach you a thing or two" answer who are you !?
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January 21, 2010 3:28:06 PM

james67 said:
NO it wasnt a good link .. screen shots of some specs??


What are you after?

Do you want us to take you by the hand and do it for you?

All OCing guides even M/B specific, require you educating yourself and learning all the basics required to know what variable differences you will encounter and how to deal with them as they arise.

Your part is to take the information and learn what to do from it, to get a basic knowledge of overclocking under your belt, when you get specific questions, then helping you to get a better understanding is much more likely to occur.
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a b K Overclocking
January 21, 2010 4:42:19 PM

jsc said:
It's a complicated subject that does not lend itself to a cookbook approach.

As they say, "google is your friend",
and ...
YMMV. "Your mileage may vary."

And overshocked very recently added this:
Overshocked i7 Overclocking - What does what
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/256021-11-core-over...

treefrog, no matter how many times I see that trick, I cannot keep a straight face. It's truly an excellent example of not so thinly veiled digital sarcasm.

I only recently found that link, and I'm not really being sarcastic - I use google to find board manuals, HW specs, etc., to provide competent answers or directions to others; that page suggests another tool to the poster's kit. But, the first time I saw it, I confess to having almost cried from my own laughter. :) 

ryan, remember when I said I didn't miss "the good old days"? That's not completely true. What I miss is that it used to take a certain amount of technical skill to do things.
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January 21, 2010 5:24:28 PM

4Ryan6 said:
What are you after?

Do you want us to take you by the hand and do it for you?

All OCing guides even M/B specific, require you educating yourself and learning all the basics required to know what variable differences you will encounter and how to deal with them as they arise.

Your part is to take the information and learn what to do from it, to get a basic knowledge of overclocking under your belt, when you get specific questions, then helping you to get a better understanding is much more likely to occur.



maybe so but that wasnt part of the idea of my post... maybe OCing is complex but thats what i am asking questions for and looking for.

you think someone must 1st know the subject before you ask about it.............isnt that kinda backward?

and how do you know i need to know the basics or not first?
too many assumptions and game playing
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January 21, 2010 5:52:34 PM

james67 said:
maybe so but that wasnt part of the idea of my post... maybe OCing is complex but thats what i am asking questions for and looking for.

you think someone must 1st know the subject before you ask about it.............isnt that kinda backward?

and how do you know i need to know the basics or not first?
too many assumptions and game playing


What previous questions, are you referring to?

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you think someone must 1st know the subject before you ask about it.............isnt that kinda backward?


A person must know at least something about the subject, to have acquired the intelligence to ask a question in the first place.

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how do you know i need to know the basics or not first?


Because the basics are the foundation to learn and build on.

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too many assumptions and game playing


That seems to be coming more from you than anyone else in this thread, there are forum members here that are willing to go the distance to help you accomplish your goals, but we'd all like to see you gain your on footing on the subject, so we're not wasting our time.

If you're given your settings and go your way you haven't learned a thing, you'll be back later wanting someone else to do it for you all over again, if you learn the basics, we add to your knowledge and you go your way capable of solving the situation yourself.

So anything from that point is adding to the knowledge you already have.

I'm beginning to feel that I'm apparently wasting my time here, so if you would like to rethink and re post feel free, but this thread is over!
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a b K Overclocking
January 22, 2010 4:55:34 PM

Best answer selected by arthurh.
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