Re: OC'in a 3700+ 939?
That was extremely helpful.
When you buy a new cooler, it will come with a new backplate if it requires the motherboard to be removed for installation.
Basically just raise the FSB in increments until you start running into freezing/restarts/BSOD's and such, then raise voltages in small increments. The ones you will most likely need to raise are CPU Vcore, northbridge Vcore, southbridge vcore (which may not have to at all, little if any), FSB voltage, and memory voltage.
Turn the HTT multiplier down one or two (Haven't used my 939 system in a while, so not sure of the number), loosen timings if necessary (3-3-3-8 or maybe more, 939 systems benefit from tighter timings though), and make sure the RAM:FSB ratio is 1:1.
And finally, keep an eye on temperatures, try to keep it under 60C at most.
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