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Overclocking Cpu

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#1 hack4life


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Posted 19 November 2011 - 05:20 PM

Quite some time ago I built a pc with all the remainders of my previous upgrade. Not having any other CPU coolers at hand I decided to install my old Thermaltake Duorb. The Duorb is very effective and keeps my CPU temperature as low as 20degrees after 1 to 2hours of running. Since the temperature was so low I decided to Overclock my CPU to get more speed out of it. I entered bios and all I could alter was the bus speed and frequency of the CPU. I attempted this and my computer crashed whenever I jumped over 1.9ghz. I know that once this happens you should rise up the CPU voltage, although I could not locate it. This is my first time overclocking and would really appreciate it if you could explain the procedure to overclock this CPU in depth.

Motherboard: MSI 945GCM7 V2
CPU: Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2160 @1.80GHZ

I also attached a report of CPU-Z which has all information of my CPU and MOTHERBOARD.

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Edited by hack4life, 19 November 2011 - 05:21 PM.

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