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 PostPost subject: Overclocking        Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 7:18 pm 
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I have a Asus P5GC-MX(1066) motherboard and an Intel E4400 processor which gives 2.0GHz where it can give 3.5GHz by overclocking so i was trying to figure out how to overclock my processor and have updated my motherboard BIOS to the latest version(0511) but i cant find anyway to overclock my processor can i get some help please


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tushar_verma_333 wrote:
I have a Asus P5GC-MX(1066) motherboard and an Intel E4400 processor which gives 2.0GHz where it can give 3.5GHz by overclocking so i was trying to figure out how to overclock my processor and have updated my motherboard BIOS to the latest version(0511) but i cant find anyway to overclock my processor can i get some help please


Well, by my reckoning, it's at least good for 2.66GHz (Your processor with the bus raised to the Maximum bus of 1066, up from 800), but if you don't know what you're doing, I'd really advise leaving overclocking alone. Done right, it's a handy skill, but it's one of those that's so easy to mess up badly on, leaving you with unusable hardware.

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If you have to ask for help, you're not ready to overclock your PC. Simple as that.

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I wouldn't reccomend you overclock if you aren't confident on what has to happen. Even if you do overclock, make sure you have good enough cooling or you wont have a processor at all. Getting a balance between speed and stability may need a bit of fiddling too.

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