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New to overclocking need help

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October 29, 2010 2:04:49 AM

Hello community,
as the title suggests have never overclocked a cpu propperly,
i need help on exactly what values i should start off setting...

i understand the CPUfreq and ratio bit but im confused by the FSB freq and voltages and i dont wana do anythign i will regret

CPU: intelQ8300 quad
Mobo: Asus P5Q3

Any help would be apreciated

Ryaz

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October 29, 2010 3:12:12 AM

why post then *sigh*
October 30, 2010 2:24:31 AM

FSB is your front side bus, this is the base speed of all components on your system. All other devices connected to your north bridge have a multipler of this value for their speed. (pci, pci-e, memory, cpu) As long as you know how to reset your motherboard bios (usually a jumper) increasing the FSB is a safe way to overclock your system, just start small and make small increases. Changing the voltage is for advanced overclocking and I woudln't recomend it unless you are willing to replace your hardware. Its quite easy to overvolt and fry your components.

As you stated you are a begginer, I would start by downloading Asus TurboV software and giving it a shot.

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguag...

Select your operating system then select uilities and download the most current version of TurboV. Increase the FSB only and see how far you can get, Good luck!
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