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Thursday, June 7, 2012

the process of overclocking


the overclock, there is a procedure or the steps you must take right, among others:

  1. turn off the computer, open the casing, then grab his motherboard manual.
  2. check the processor and the mark on the top and bottom of the processor, then put it back.
  3. check the jumper setting multiplier and bus on the motherboard, compared with the manual.
  4. check the jumper settings on your motherboard supply voltage, compared with the manual.
  5. see if you have the heat sink is in conformity with the requirements overclock.
  6. change the jumper for setting the clock speed and multiplier according to the instruction manual.
  7. check again, no jumper is forgotten or mistakes in putting.
  8. start the computer.
  9. whether to enter the BIOS setup? 
  10. if yes, see step 13.
  11. turn off computers and change the jumper to higher supply voltage according to the manual, if possible.
  12. If you still can not enter BIOS setup, you should forget about overclocking at this speed.
  13. BIOS setup change from initial values​​.
  14. whether the PC is capable of running the operating system?
  15. if so, begin to do the test program or a utility such as BAPco Winstone suite to ensure it does not crash.
  16. if not, try the 11 or check the coolant. you can also try increasing the wait states or read / write cycles from the memory. Do not forget to check out some benchmarks for the speed of passing useless if you overclock the memory access is slow.
  17. if everything works well, it works. if not, try step 11, check the coolant.
  18. Do not change the supply voltage unless absolutely necessary because it will make the chip more heat.
  19. Do not ever forget the coolant to the heat generated in anticipation of the overclock.

if these steps are described according to the diagram, it will look like the picture above.