Re: How to overclock an i7-930 on Asus P6X58D Premium
It's a good idea to learn about OC'ing before you do it and although we could tell you step by step how to do it and supply you with screen shots of the BIOS settings it might not work out well for you and/or your system and you won't learn anything.
Understand what the BIOS is and it's settings, BCLK and the various multipliers, QPI and UnCore, RAM and it's timings, and how they all work together.
Once you know your way around the BIOS and understand the various settings there I recommend manually setting most of the important features; if you haven't seen the BIOS yet then chances are most settings are set to 'Auto'.
When 'you' start to control the settings and the speeds of the motherboard peripherals data links the rest should come naturally.
Lenovo ThinkPad T410 - i7 620M - 8GB RAM - Crucial M4 120GB SSD - 250GB 2nd drive - Intel HD 3000 GPU - 1440x900 - Windows 7/8