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Old 04-26-2010, 08:00 AM   #1
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What is the best overclocking software if thats the best way to OC?
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Old 04-26-2010, 12:00 PM   #2
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the easiest way to OC is to raise your FSB in your BIOS
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how do you do that?
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google is your friend.

Put in your motherboard name and maybe your CPU name as well. See if other people have the same combination and see what they did to achieve there Overclocks.

With no specs we will not be able to help you here so give us more info.

Overclocking software is not very reliable. BIOS is where you want go to start the process. Its different for every MOBO. Google it, lots of people can get in there by pressing Delete at the begining of there PC Boot.
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google is your friend.

Put in your motherboard name and maybe your CPU name as well. See if other people have the same combination and see what they did to achieve there Overclocks.

With no specs we will not be able to help you here so give us more info.

Overclocking software is not very reliable. BIOS is where you want go to start the process. Its different for every MOBO. Google it, lots of people can get in there by pressing Delete at the begining of there PC Boot.
it also usually takes time and much tweaking to get it just right, if you want an easy way then software OCing is possible, but it's not as reliable imo and you have to do it every time you boot up...
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