How do i Overclock E5200 dual core ? please help

hi
How do i Overclock E5200 dual core 2.5

do i need a program to overclock? or its done by changing something in the BIOS .....

RAM 3Gb
graphics card 4870 1gb
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  1. Well, from the looks of your question, you have done zero research on the subject so you can start here:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/240001-29-howto-overclock-quads-duals-guide
  2. what da hell is that.........all i asked for i just a few steps to overclock i cannot read that endless story .................. !!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. OK, first lower your memory multiplier to take your memory out of the equation, then raise your fsb until it doesn't boot or crashes, then slowly up your vcore, nb, ich until it's stable while monitoring your core temperatures and stress testing. Oh, also set your pcie to 100 and disable your spread spectrumes and also set your gtl ref voltages. Then raise you ram back up and set optimum settings and voltage.

    Is that better, probably not since you most likely have no idea of what i've just said.

    Read a few OCing guides so you have some idea of what you are doing.
  4. splinter09 said:
    hi
    How do i Overclock E5200 dual core 2.5

    do i need a program to overclock? or its done by changing something in the BIOS .....

    RAM 3Gb
    graphics card 4870 1gb

    what mobo is it all in
  5. splinter09 said:
    what da hell is that.........all i asked for i just a few steps to overclock i cannot read that endless story .................. !!!!!!!!!!!!


    You gotta start somewhere grasshopper. Half the stuff people mention won't make sense if you don't do a little research.
  6. splinter09 said:
    what da hell is that.........all i asked for i just a few steps to overclock i cannot read that endless story .................. !!!!!!!!!!!!

    The I highly recommend you GTFO and stop wasting every one elses time.
  7. You cannot cookbook an overclock. There's so much variance in individual components that there's a lot of trial and error involved. And the more you know about it, the less likely any errors that occur will be catastrophic.
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