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Re: Overclocking Noob

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      03-21-2009, 02:14 PM
Carl wrote:
> Hello, could anyone point me in the direction of a good overclocking guide?

Some people posted their overclocked BIOS settings here:

A lot of those settings are for 65 nM CPUs. Personally, I wouldn't try more
than about 1.4 v vCore for your 45 nM part. A poster with designation "t_ski"
has the same CPU and motherboard as you, but wouldn't you know he didn't
post his full BIOS specifications. Some of those guys are a bit insane and
seem to be in a ****ing contest. It may be wise to beware of this potential
chip killer (high VTT), as some of the guys had this voltage set very high:

What type of memory do you have?

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      03-22-2009, 04:19 PM
Carl wrote:

> Interesting on some of those links that people have flashed the
> maximus formula bios with that of the rampage- what benefits
> has this?

It looks like more BIOS setting options. Couldn't find much specific.
Maybe check your current options for the tRD setting mentioned here:

But there's also the pretty splash screen and the feeling of having
gotten something for nothing...

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