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Old 27th May 2008, 18:00   #1
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So, just had a question- Im using the e8400 duo, Zulaman 92?mm cooler, 5 case fans and the MSI P7N Platinum MB w/ Windows Vista x64. ALl drivers are up to date and x64bit.

In my Bios, I dont have the ability to OC the processer, its grey'd out and my Ntune programs do not run on Vista x64.

Im curious how to go about OCIng just a tad to about 3.3 or so to see how she preforms, and tips on how to get into the bios to OC w/ the setting that I cant seem to change..


-e8400-700w OZC SLI psu- 8gigs OZC Sli ddr2 pc 800 @ 2.1v- 2x Raptor X in raid0, WD1tera storage, 9800 GTX Black edition, Vista x64-
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Old 28th May 2008, 06:38   #2
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Make sure you are using the latest BIOS verison, and update if not.
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