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Overclocking

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by matt.slysnake, 7 Mar 2007.

  1. matt.slysnake

    matt.slysnake Banned

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    Hi,

    Been reading overclocking guides, and I had a go, but in the guides, it says to increase FSB to a specific amount, 333mhz for example, which would make 333mhz x7 = 2.3ghz (I'm using e6300 btw). But in my bios (asus p5n-e SLI), when I'm looking at the overclocking section, I only see "FSB :1066". I think I'm probably missing something very simple here... Just need a hand :/
    Help! :duh:

    Also another question about memory, in my bios I can set memory to linked / unlinked, but by default it is "auto" and is at 800mhz.

    PS- When I decided to play around, i bumped the FSB up some, and it did result in slightly faster CPU speed, but when I put it up to 1200, the PC wouldn't boot.

    Matt.
     

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