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I don't have the experience. Many of you may have a desk with a compartment for a computer. 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 want to reach the highest stable speed possible and need to make sure I have the right components to do so.

and wanted to see if i can get a bit more out of it. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. so my question is how can make it 400MHz on the RAM clocking rate so i can increase my FSB to 400MHz as well? Lifespan depends on the individual CPU, amount of Vcore going into it and the cooling solution. 2.

There will always be new chips that go faster, so be patient. The BIOS is locked so that you can't force the issue. Toshiba U205-S5034 Lock-Up Problem For the last couple of years, I've had a Toshiba U205-S5034 laptop, and in general, I've been really happy with it. 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

To begin with, perhaps the most important thing you need to know is how hot your system runs (specifically the CPU). by Jedson3614 › In Win 509 ROG Gaming eATX by khaosgamer › NZXT S340 Mid Tower Cases CA-S340W-B1 Glossy Black by AyyMD › ViewSonic VX2757-MHD 27-inch 1080p Gaming Monitor with 2ms, Jan 19, 2010 #1 Aximilator TS Rookie Posts: 63 i would suggest against overclocking if you want to increase lifespan because oc'ing runs the pc at more than its made for What you can do is change the speed of the front side bus (FSB), which effectively changes the chip speed.

So what you should be looking for is the front side bus speed. Reply Gary Key - Saturday, July 29, 2006 - link quote:Hmm, Newegg doesn't have them, Monarch doesn't have them, it seems nobody has them. GIGO - Garbage in , Garbage out. According to at least one page, the maximum cover temperature of the E6300 (in fact, most of the Conroe chips) is 61.4°C.

Not very common, and definitely not from proprietery manufacturers for reasons mentioned by dividebyzero. Think about it. That's where testing comes into play. By swapping out the stock fan for even a simple aftermarket Heat Sink Fan (HSF) and some quality thermal compound, I saw temperatures drop over 20°C.

I was looking for a reliable E6300 chip to overclock at the time, but unfortunately things were not to be, and the next thing I know I was waiting for the good luck hope it works out for you. but i still cant figure out how to overclock my system i have gone through every setting in my bios to change things to increase my mhz, but i dont see Here's what I did.

I feel confident that things are stable now. I tried some other utilities, and some ran while some did not, I liked the packaging of SpeedFan, so I went with it. Does the BIOS allow changes to CPU core frequency ? or should i just use asus probe..

RAM is immaterial to a degree as you can use a 1:1 CPU core freq/DDR rate divider in the BIOS. What you need to be aware of before doing this are three things. #1. Slideshow? i want it to be 400MHz so i can reach 2.8GHz I have Patriot Extreme Performance Viper II Sector 5 DDR3 4GB PC3-10600, my RAM should be able to handle 666MHz,

I wouldn't be so harsh on that. Skip to content Advanced search Board index Change font size FAQ Register Login Information The requested topic does not exist. Check out my simple OC FAQ for some OC questions (not much on the actual overclocking, but gives you an insight about what exactly you're doing).

As an example - if you are shooting for 3GHz then the equation is: 3000MHz / 7 = 429 Core frequency x 4 = 1716 FSB .

thats easily 15 years). RyanSmithAT: @leonroy @anandtech We always appreciate the feedback. I think I'll leave it like this, at least until I get faster memory. When in doubt about what to do, always RTFMS. 99% of the time it will tell you what to do.

Is this completely necessary? After applying the aftermarket HSF, with the aforementioned drop in temperatures, the test completed and after nearly 8 hours, the highest recorded temperature was 61.5°C. Its my GPU Godzilla7802, Jan 25, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 7 Views: 153 Godzilla7802 Jan 25, 2017 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Also, if you don't like to compute the speed of your changes in your head, or you have an older BIOS that doesn't tell you an effective change, you might want

Also, if you read my OC FAQ, I'm sure I mentioned in there somewhere that overclocking graphics cards would benefit you more in games, but is much trickier, and you won't If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ. Now I'm probably not going to keep them under 100% load all the time, but there you are. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

That brings your maximum overclock to 2.1Ghz, which will show some improvement in CPU heavy activities. Quote May 15, 2007,03:56 #5 drknight View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage View Forum Threads Junior Firefly Joined Dec 2000 Location Toronto, Canada Posts 706 Re: need help overclocking E6300 Feb 4, 2010 #15 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. which limits my RAM clocking rate ...

also changing a mobo is a huge pain so i would just oc the ram and change your fsb in bios but do it in small increments to avoid death. Make sense now? a bit of tough love but just trying to help. I have seen the temperature drop by as much as 5°C just by moving it from inside the desk to outside.