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May 24, 2012 3:29:41 PM

I want to overclock my E7500 but my Mobo is creating problems for me. I could find half of the options which are written in the guide, not even the 'jumperfree configuration'...I have attached some of the snaps of my BIOS utility tool. Hope these will help you.
I am an absolute newbie when it comes to overclocking.
Please guys help me, please....

http://cloudride.in/images/1.jpg

http://cloudride.in/images/2.jpg

http://cloudride.in/images/3.jpg

http://cloudride.in/images/4.jpg

[if you want snaps for any other option, i'm surely gonna post it...and then comment u the link]

Where is the FSB multiplier option..??..is it gonna increase automatically after increasing the voltage..??.
My rest of the config is written under my signature.
Thank You and I'm looking forward to ur answers
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May 24, 2012 5:05:42 PM

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Where is the FSB multiplier option..??..


Does not appear to be one available to you. It does look like you could raise your FSB in your 2nd link thou.

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..??..is it gonna increase automatically after increasing the voltage..??.


No it is not going to automatically increase with voltage changes. Both your FSB and Vc have to be set independently.

This M/BD is not one I would choose to OC with because you will be limited by the lack of independent adjustments you may need to achieve a stable OC.

I think you could OC some thou with above noted limitations.

Good luck to you. :sol: 

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May 24, 2012 5:36:43 PM

arthurh said:
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Where is the FSB multiplier option..??..


Does not appear to be one available to you. It does look like you could raise your FSB in your 2nd link thou.

Quote:
..??..is it gonna increase automatically after increasing the voltage..??.


No it is not going to automatically increase with voltage changes. Both your FSB and Vc have to be set independently.

This M/BD is not one I would choose to OC with because you will be limited by the lack of independent adjustments you may need to achieve a stable OC.

I think you could OC some thou with above noted limitations.

Good luck to you. :sol: 

K..............thankz.....it simply means its almost useless to overclock with these limited options.
Thank U 1nce again..i thnk it will b better to kip as it is...
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