[Q]Expected Gain From OverClocking Tags: CPUs Overclocking Last response: August 20, 2010 9:02 PM in Overclocking Share calidus August 20, 2010 8:25:53 PM Here is my current machine: GPU: xfx 5770 1gb POWER SUPPLY: 650 watt xfx xxx edition CPU: AMD athlon 5600+ (2.8ghz x2) RAM: 4gb of ram -windows 7 64bit professional I overclocked my GPU to become comfortable with adjusting voltages, memory speed, clock speed and fan speed. I think i am ready to start on my CPU. I was wondering If i add addition cooling and i don't have any heat problem right now what is a reason amount i should beable to OC my CPU? 10% 20% 30%? I have read the guides link on the forums More about : expected gain overclocking OvrClkr a b à CPUs a b K Overclocking August 20, 2010 9:02:12 PM With an aftermarket cooler you should be able to hit 3.3Ghz quite easily just by raising the FSB and the vcore. Not sure what the percentage gain is but you will notice a nice boost. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow much fraps will I gain overclocking 2500k to 5GHz from 3.3GHz? ForumOverclocking vs. temp - anything to gain ? ForumNo fps gain OC GPU 4870 1gb ForumFPS gain in Ocing Intel Core i5-2500K for BF3 ForumOverclocking Guide Part 3: How To Gain 81% For $27 ForumOverclocking ---real performance gain ? ForumAny performance gain by ocing i7 2700K? Forum9700M GTS Overclock 33% gain in Crysis Med 1440x940 ForumDoes the risk of overclocking justify the gain Forum[NO FPS GAIN ] Gts 240 to 570 Gtx ForumWould I gain anything by upgrading CPUs? Forumno performance gain when i overclock my 8800 gts ForumAmd phenom 2 unlocked b50 performance gain ForumPerformance Gain Upgrading to 2500K? ForumFixed Voltage Forum[Solved] Recommended overclocking settings on CCC? ForumOverclocking Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 System ForumOverclocking phenom II x4 925 ForumOverclocking my laptop cpu Forum[Solved] I7 920 Overclocking Help? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !