I'm not very familiar with overclocking AMD processors, but I think it's pretty similar to Intel.
What you need to do is adjust your processor's clock frequency. Then, the clock frequency number multiplied by the cpu multiplier, will give you the cpu's frequency. This may also overclock your memory to. Your memory is all running at 667mhz (even the 800mhz sticks).
Be aware though, this will make your processor run hotter. Take small steps, and watch your temperatures. This is one of my favorite programs for checking processor temperatures: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
. Take small steps at a time to. The first overclock, you could probably do about 250-300mhz. After testing to see if it's stable, bump it up another 100mhz. Don't forget to check your temperatures.
EDIT: If you do go overboard though, and your system will not post, reset your cmos by setting the jumpers, or you can remove the computer's battery for a few minutes (unplug the computer first of course)
Edited by Sterling14, 16 January 2009 - 05:38 PM.
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