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stefaniya

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Want to overclock my new build! (I'm new)
« on: August 17, 2007, 01:51:22 AM »

Ok, this is my first time overclocking anything when it comes to computer components. However, I built this computer to be overclocked (This is why I bought water cooling). I chose this water cooler because of a review I read on TechPowerUp.com.

Anyway, I was wanting to "safely" overclock my processor and my ram. I put safely in quotation marks because I understand that there really is no safe overclock. Anyway my system specs are in my drop down. I was wanting to overclock from 2.4GHz to around 3.0GHz.

My Bios verison is.... 12DC1-NVISTA-100R for INTEL Ver. 1.0


Please help


Also Gigabyte made a program called EasyTune5 2007.03.09 to overclock by updating bios setting from windows. Should I use this program to overclock or just manually goto bios?
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Re: Want to overclock my new build! (I'm new)
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2007, 02:19:01 AM »

What kind of components do you have? BIOS alone doesn't tell us all that much...
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Re: Want to overclock my new build! (I'm new)
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2007, 02:15:01 PM »

I've used that EasyTune program before with an older gigabyte board I had, it works well enough, without getting hardcore on anything. I'm sure it's improved alot, so give it a shot.
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