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overclocking 3500+
« on: September 09, 2005, 03:54:21 AM »

hey guys, im just another n00b here int he overclocking game, could someone give me some pretty simple instructions on how to overclock my newcastle 3500+? also, (dont ask i jsut joined :P), how do you update ur profile with a sig and stuff?
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Re: overclocking 3500+
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2005, 10:04:07 AM »

Welcome to GT!

To edit your profile, click on the "profile" button above the posts on the page, then on the left side you'll see options for editing profile info.

So, you're ready to "dive into" overclocking? You've given no info as to your system, but a good guide on overclocking can be found here;

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20823

This guide is VERY specific about DFI MB's, but there's a ton of solid basic info on how A64's work, the basic steps you should take to determine the max overclock for your CPU + ram, and links to all the essential stability programs used for proper testing during overclocking.

Here's a link to a little calculator you can use to help determine overclocks, that has some simple definitions of terms and such;

http://www.blurbdesigns.com/OcCalc/calc.htm

There's no "magic" set of numbers you can punch into the bios for your overclock - each system is different.
To do a successful, STABLE overclock requires patience and work - plus testing, testing, and MORE testing!

It's a ball once you get into it - have fun, and ask questions here if you get stuck!
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