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Re: my future computer (maybe)

Post by nopony on Fri Aug 23, 2013 9:09 am

I got a piece of advice for those that think about overclocking by using a software, DON'T! I was using asus ai suite to overclock my cpu and got a bad overclock (overheated two times leading to BSOD).

And updating the BIOS resets the BIOS settings (i learned that the hard way).

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Post by Melonheadx on Tue Aug 27, 2013 6:51 am

nopony wrote:I got a piece of advice for those that think about overclocking by using a software, DON'T! I was using asus ai suite to overclock my cpu and got a bad overclock (overheated two times leading to BSOD).

And updating the BIOS resets the BIOS settings (i learned that the hard way).
I probably could overclock my pc but i'm scared to break it xD never done that stuff

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Post by nopony on Wed Sep 04, 2013 5:30 am

Melonheadx wrote:I probably could overclock my pc but i'm scared to break it xD never done that stuff
well i had quite a simple job when it did come to overclocking thanks to the motherboard.
All i did was raising the core voltage to 1.250v and changed the multiplier (45, 45, 44, 44).
Only ''hard'' part is to avoid too high voltages and/or too high multiplier, if you got a fairly new motherboard so don't i think it should be too hard (it took me under a min to find a stable clock i was happy with). If you fuck up, just flash the bios (or reset it in bios if you can).

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