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Old 4th August 2007, 05:13   #1
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Well.. im new to OC'ing but id like my Rig to be OC'D
Now the information im gunna list is a little to much but i had to type it out to my friend because he wanted to know alot about it :S lol

- Uhh id like to Overclock everything

Just to thank everyone who Might post after -


Motherboard:

Asus M2NPV-VM
Bios: Phoenix Technologies, LTD
Chipset: Nivida nForce 410
Physical Memory 1024MB

Processor:

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ (Dualcore)
Code Name: Windsor - Brand ID: 4
Frequency: 2600 MHz or 2.61GHz
Number of Core : 2 (dualcore)
Support: Socket AM2 (940)
Clache L1: 2 x 128 KB
Clache L2: 2 x 1024 KB
Voltage 1.300 V
Processor Fan: 3276 RPM

Video Card:

NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
NVIDIA Geforce 6200 (ON-BOARD)

RAM:

DDR2 SDRAM
512MB x2

Hard Drive:
80GB RPM @7200

System information
HT Multipier: 5.0x
CPU multiplier: 13.0x
CPU core frequency: 2606.073 MHz

PCI-E bus: 2500.000 MHz

PCI bus: 33.000 MHz

GPU core (2D/3D) 580.000 MHz
GPU memory speed: 800.000MHz

Please Email me if you need anything else, Ashema3@hotmail.com

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Old 4th August 2007, 10:12   #2
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start increasing the FSB by 10Mhz steps, boot into windows and run Orthos (google for it) stability checker, let it run for 10 minutes; if no errors, reboot machine and increase by another 10Mhz.

Continue to do this until the Orthos application fails. Reboot the system, go intot he BIOS and alter the vcore of the CPU a little (if you have this possibility, otherwise skip to the next paragraph). Continue to increase FSB in 10Mhz steps until you again see Orthos failing.

Decrease the FSB in 5Mhz steps and let Orthos run for 30min. at least. WHen you've reached the point of stability (30min+), decrease the FSB by 3-4Mhz and let Orthos run for a few hours to double check your OC'ed speed.

Do remember to try and keep memory speed as low as possible during your OC tests; you can check out our A64 indepth OC guide which will help you to get the hang of it:http://www.madshrimps.be/gotohowto.php?howtoID=58
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Old 4th August 2007, 20:44   #3
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JMKE - thank you very much..
Atm im on my cousins laptop (they live in the country so no good internet)
Now.. i cannot use the internet on my computer because i dont have the Dialup Connecter for mine, But am i able to Overclock the computer using these programs to watch the speeds and stability? ( CPUID - Pc Wizard 2007 )?

thanks,
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Rivatuner and ATITOOL are the best software tools which you can use for overclocking the graphic card, for your CPU you should use tools like Clockgen, Systool, ...
Rivatuner and ATITOOL has compatibility which allmost every VGA card out there, the CPU overclocking tools are a bit more foccused on more popular hardware.
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