Need Some Help Overclocking E6300
System Used CPU: AMD FX-8350 (OC: 4.7GHz @ 1.45V) Cooler: Thermalright Macho X2 Motherboard: ASUS 970 Pro... Reply Reply post #2 of 2 1/15/07 at 8:38pm Taeric Fold for team 37726 Joined: May 2005 Location: Kentucky Posts: 9,830 Rep: 530 (Unique: 315) Trader Rating: 75 Full Review NZXT S340 Mid Tower Cases CA-S340W-B1 Glossy Black Reviewed by AyyMD Welcome to my first case review. So what you typically do is drop the voltage when you increase the clock frequency, in order to help keep the chip from overheating.
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. I have seen the temperature drop by as much as 5°C just by moving it from inside the desk to outside. Latest nvidia drivers 378.49 killed both of my gpus 15 minutes ago View:New Posts|All Discussions Recent Reviews › JH Audio JH3X Pro by Chipp › Cryorig R1 Ultimate CR-R1A Dual Tower Other components would be more prone to failure are those that aren't chip based: HDD, motherboard capacitors, fans, etc.
The Gigabyte board Dustin has recommended is excellent for overclocking, as are all their DS/UD/DQ 3, 4, 5 and 6 range boards. Fraser, and how I thought it was a remarkably bad investment. Slideshow? Reply najames - Friday, July 28, 2006 - link Oh boy, oh boy I want to buy one of these Conroe's right now.
Lastly, and probably most importantly.... Also i cant change anything in the bios and i would like to know if by just changing the voltage u can onverclock the cpu. I've been using dual screens for some time, and using two that are the same, rather than a laptop screen and an external monitor seems like a good choice. Your E6300 (1.86GHz, 1066 bus speed (4x the core frequency), 266 Core freq., 7 multiplier) would overclock some without altering the stock voltage but the biggest drawback to getting a big
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No HDCP required. Manufacturers like Dell also have had proprietry heatsinks that deter using better CPU's and cannot be changed for a better cooling solution. Good news is this level of overclock should be completely stable without spending any money on cooling. I would suggest you have your motherboard manual handy as reference.
Resorting to software is a very good way of ensuring all your free time is taken up with problem solving BSOD's, data corruption, hanging system and cooling problems. I've read up on it, but I don't get it lol... When... POST A COMMENT 137 Comments View All Comments jonp - Sunday, September 02, 2007 - link The text above the chart for the E6400 says 2.88GHz at 360 MHz FSB at
just a GUIDE or what to exactly look at in my Motherboard options... Jan 20, 2010 #7 Aximilator TS Rookie Posts: 63 well alls i know is that when i did mine at 15%it died in 2 months, and also i tryed changing mobo Some m/b makers do come out with BIOS updates which will allow some locked features to be unlocked. Clock frequency?… RyanSmithAT: @BrianHinckley @IanCutress Unused screen space isn't something I see as an issue.
Hmm, Newegg doesn't have them, Monarch doesn't have them, it seems nobody has them. When in doubt about what to do, always RTFMS. 99% of the time it will tell you what to do. Probe is good and so is Core Temp. As an example - if you are shooting for 3GHz then the equation is: 3000MHz / 7 = 429 Core frequency x 4 = 1716 FSB .
This standardization also allows the vendor to offer a reasonable long warranty period knowing that the equipment fit they have shipped the system with is not likely to be compromised. @CMH Why start at the bottom? Why?
It is, in fact, the bottom end of the Core 2 Duo line.
Seriously. Reply deathwalker - Friday, July 28, 2006 - link So how long will it take AMD to come up with a competitive response to the Core 2 Duo? first one here some people will pick up on that and not help since it seems that you are semi spamming. With that out of the way, it seems to me that Firefox (1.0.3) is using up a decent amount of memory on my (Windows XP) system.
any help would be great thanks Quote May 9, 2007,17:16 #2 drknightX2X View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Junior Member Joined Jul 2006 Posts 53 Re: need help overclocking I might one day, but at the moment, I'm not going to do so. Know when to stop. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me Lost your password?
I'm ready to watch my Macho X2 get beat. Don't put it there, because it's stifling. Full Review Thermaltake PS-SPR-0850FPCBUS-R Smart Pro RGB 850W Zero Fan 80 PLUS... If you take that, and multiply it by the 7 multiplier of the chip, turns it into a 2.8Ghz processor.