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deere2210 08-22-08 11:03 AM

O/C CPU
 
This is my first time using a forum be easy on me. I just built me
a computer that I would like to overclock,but I don't know anything
about it. I bought a Antec P-190 Has 1200 watt power supply. I install
a Asus P5K3-deluxe wifi motherboard with a Q6700 quad cpu and
8600gt 512mb video card, 2 GB Muskin 1066 memory. going to get 2 more sticks
next month. cpu runs at 18c. Can any give me step by step instructions on how
to O/C it to 3.6.Thanks.

Mr.Schme 08-22-08 11:35 AM

Re: O/C CPU
 
theres an overclocking forum.

einstein_314 08-22-08 12:43 PM

Re: O/C CPU
 
:spam2: ? Unless he types this message in notepad and copy-pastes it in to the forum resulting in weird short lines of text.

I'm calling BS on it anyways.....Q6700 at 18C? Right. Is your computer encased in ice?

*Waits for another one post wonder to provide solution...*

EDIT: And my sincerest apologies if this is a legitimate post...

wysiwyg 08-22-08 01:02 PM

Re: O/C CPU
 
noob @ overclocking
noob @ posting

welcome

deere2210 08-22-08 04:43 PM

Re: O/C CPU
 
Ok I went into the motherboard It said cpu 28c speedfan 4.35 saids 18c
and sandra lite saids 35c. So who's right.

deere2210 08-22-08 04:52 PM

Re: O/C CPU
 
Ok this is my last post I joined overclock.net just wanted to know how to O/C cpu not argue about temp. Thanks

npras42 08-22-08 05:34 PM

Re: O/C CPU
 
Well it was probably a good thing to join overclock.net anyway because they would probably be more interested in helping you. There are plenty of people here that know how to overclock but if I was going to do something like this for the first time why would you come here for advice as a new member?

Also, there's a sticky right there at the top of this forum that has lots of very useful information about overclocking with a nforce motherboard with Core 2 Duo and a lot of the info in there would apply to any Intel CPU.


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