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Old 12-14-2005, 02:38 AM   #1
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Default How should I do my OCing

Ok so I have been reaching 2.6GHz stable, from 2.2, which isn't much of an increase.

Supposedly my max power I can give out with my 450Watt is 1.584 Volts, is that enough to power my CPU to 2.* or even 3 GHz? Also, I see ram is a big thing in OCing, I never really got that part. I do my OCing in the BIOS and apparently my dram setting is at 333MHz.... I have two 512MG sticks of PC3200 generic ram. What should my settings be for ram, and should that increase my OCing ability?
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Default Re: How should I do my OCing

I'm not sure if this will work but decrease ur ram clock speeds. That should make u able to increase the cpu clock speed even more.

And ofcourse the more volts the better u can oc, but messing with the volts can be dangerous.
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Old 12-15-2005, 12:07 AM   #3
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I'm not sure if this will work but decrease ur ram clock speeds. That should make u able to increase the cpu clock speed even more.

And ofcourse the more volts the better u can oc, but messing with the volts can be dangerous.

Well one of you guys has a 3000 at 2.6Ghz, which is the freq. I'm running at right now on my 3500. If you can OC 600MHz, I should be able to get 2.8GHz stable.
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