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Lazaredz
11-18-06, 08:15 PM
Haven't OC a system in about 3 years now and there is a HELL of a lot of new stuff going on here. On top of that I have never had a nvidia chipset and am a bit lost as to what everything is.

So how about some of you that have done some work with the newer chips/proc/mem give us old timers (or new kids) some heads up. You know just like, do this first, bump this next, XXX isn't really important so don't worry about it, etc, etc, etc.

I THINK I should just leave things as they are and bump my FSB first adding a bit of voltage as I go until it maxes out and then try to bump my memory to match it (what is up with the EPP thing???) But where do I go from there?

Be kind now, its been awhile. ;)

fatal1ty
11-18-06, 08:51 PM
To start with you will need a good overclocking board like the Asus P5B-E and a nice conroe like the E6300. :p

To be honest with that chip you aren't going to see enough difference to make it worth overclocking it further at this point! :D

Lazaredz
11-18-06, 09:31 PM
Guess its time to change the sig huh?

hirantha
11-18-06, 11:06 PM
Guess its time to change the sig huh?

haha show off! :p