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Topic Title: Got the PC, Got the parts! Lack the Knowledge :(
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Created On: 04/28/2006 04:59 PM
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 04/28/2006 04:59 PM
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j0ntagon
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Just recently bought a fx-57 and a a8n-sli premium board.

Got 2x1gb 3200 400DDR Corsair XMS
Got the fx-57 and the X1900XTX Watercooled with a koolance system.

Now, i just need a little bit of help with the "over-clocking" part. (Looking to bump the processor up to 3+ ghz or so)

Does anyone have a beginners tutorial that i can read?
What are the limits and rules to changing settings?
Or can someone just give me some settings to change and see what happens?!

Would appriciate any help.

Thanks!

Patrick (j0ntagon) the new guy @ amd forums!
 04/28/2006 05:51 PM
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 05/01/2006 07:44 PM
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^ *Loves SIG*


If it'll help, this is where I posted from before OCing, to during, to after:
http://www.insomniacclan.com/w...hrea...132&page=1&sid=


On the same board, there is a thread with many references to OCing resources:
http://www.insomniacclan.com/w...hrea...=42&page=1&sid=


Enjoy!

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