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Help With Overclocking My Cpu

Overclock my CPU?

Get a something to monitor your CPU temperature, like Motherboard Monitor, so you can keep track of how hot your chip is. Core 2's can probably go a ways on stock cooling. My guess is you can hit at least 2.8 on stock cooling.

Once you start getting hot back off alittle then decide if you want more. If so you will have to get an aftermarket Heatsink and Fan or go Water cooling.

Can I overclock my CPU?

>The best thing to do is to go out onto the net and get onto an overclocker's forum and ask this question because Y!A is not a good place to get overclocking advice. Try this site:

http://www.overclock.net

How do you overclock your CPU?

Overclocking is a way of boosting your PC’s performance without buying new parts. Here’s how to overclock an Intel or AMD CPU – how to overclock a processor.If you can’t afford new components for your PC then you can still improve the performance without spending any money at all. Here’s how to overclock your CPU whether it’s an Intel or AMD processor.• Overclocking a CPU can make it run faster, but you can push it too far• Overclock an Intel processor using the Extreme Tuning Utility• Overclock an AMD processor using OverDrive• You can also change the multiplier in the BiosHow to overclock CPU: Warnings and risksBefore jump into doing this, there are some warnings to consider. For starters, overclocking will almost certainly void any warranty on your machine – although some are built with overclocking in mind. You may damage your CPU, or even other components by overclocking so you will be taking a risk with yourself responsible.How to overclock CPU: Before you startSince overclocking involves pushing your CPU beyond its factory settings, you should monitor it. We recommend you download and install software such as CPU Z in order to do so – it can measure and display a real time measurement of each core’s internal frequency and memory frequency.It’s also a good idea to check all your fans are working properly, especially the one cooling your CPU heatsink. Pushing the CPU harder creates more heat and if you don’t dissipate that heat you risk damage. Making sure your computer is clean inside will help to keep it as cool as possible.You may even need to upgrade the cooling system in your PC with things like a better heatsink in order to cope with the extra heat.How to overclock CPU: Before you startSince overclocking involves pushing your CPU beyond its factory settings, you should monitor it. We recommend you download and install software such as CPU Z in order to do so – it can measure and display a real time measurement of each core’s internal frequency and memory frequency.It’s also a good idea to check all your fans are working properly, especially the one cooling your CPU heatsink. Pushing the CPU harder creates more heat and if you don’t dissipate that heat you risk damage. Making sure your computer is clean inside will help to keep it as cool as possible.You may even need to upgrade the cooling system in your PC with things like a better heatsink in order to cope with the extra heat.

Should I overclock my CPU?

It’s a biased situation… It is good and bad at the same time…Overclocking is something you do to get the best out of a CPU… All the CPUs will be locked at a particular clock frequency under which it could operate, but if the user finds the clock speed insufficient for them, then they can go ahead and remove the locks on the CPU core multipliers to overclock the CPU to achieve more clock speeds…All CPUs are overclockable, but not all of them are suitable for the task… There are CPUs with unlocked core multipliers which are suitable for overclocking… In intel CPUs the “K” at the end of the CPU label denotes that the CPU cores are not locked at it can be overclocked till it crashes…Overclocking the CPU means, you are stressing the CPU to achieve more out of it… So for that the CPU needs more power and as the result of drawing more power ,the CPU emits more heat which is the primary nemesis of all the silicon chips… A overclocked CPU heats up more than a normal CPU. The more power the CPU draws, the more it gets heated up… So ,yeah.. Overclocking affects CPU life, but that doesn’t mean that overclocking is a bad thing for CPUs…With advanced cooling solutions the temperature of the CPUs can be reduced… Experts always recommend to throw away the stock coolers after overclocking the CPUs. Stock coolers are designed to cool down the CPUs only upto a certain level and they are not enough to cool down a overclocked CPU emitting more amount of heat… Sometimes the system crashes due to overheat warning or else the CPU stays overheated which reduces the lifetime drastically…If you’re planning to overclock your CPU, then you need to get either a good dual tower air cooler or else, an AIO liquid cooler which works better than the air coolers… Some enthusiasts overclock their CPUs to crazy levels ,so to counteract the effects they use custom water loops to cool down the CPUs, but they are over expensive…So if you’re ready to face the heating issues, then overclocking is recommended to obtain more performance… Otherwise do not do it…— it assistors

Overclocking my laptop!! plz help?

Hey, i really want to over clock my laptop, i know a lot about computers but i want to know the first steps to take.
the laptop i want to over clock is a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa 1510. my CPU is a AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-50. my BIOS version is 1.07C. my chipset is ATI Xpress200. can someoce help me is it possible?

Virtualbox overclocking my cpu?

I have a 2010 macbook pro, 13'', Core 2 Duo 2.4. On the mac, I simultaneously run windows 7 home premium (64bits) via virtualbox. When I launch Activity Monitor on Snow Leopard, it shows the percentage of time the CPU is running for virtualbox, alone, is in excess of 100%. Is this a mistake? Or is virtualbox overclocking my mac's cpu?

Overclock ~i need help!!~?

My CPU spec is :-

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+
Acer RS740DVF Mainboard ( ATI chipset built-in)
3GB DDR2 RAM
Nvidia GeForce 9400 GT
FSB 200MHz

Can anyone tell me how to overclock my CPU?
I've tried several ways like using oc softwares (clockgen,setfsb,cpufsb,...) but it didn't work coz the software can't recognize my mainboard model and I also tried using bios (AMI) but the multiplier is locked so i can't change it. plz tell me step by step.

What would be the benefit of overclocking a CPU?

What would be the benefit of increasing the the horsepower on a car? To go faster. Same goes for the CPU.I usually do this when my system is old and could use an extra push. I expect my hardware to run for 3–4 years, it might run for many more years, but will not have the performance I expect.Because I am planning/waiting to replace several components, if not the whole system, I can choose overclock and get that bit of extra performance while not having to worry about frying my new gear (because I will be replacing it anyway).I just don’t like fixing anything that ain’t broken.As of writing this, my system is about 6 years old, and since I don’t play AAA games anymore (due to other reasons than performance) I can still play my current favourites at max settings, Rocket League and Crossout.

Can I overclock my Intel CPU from 2.5GHz to 3.5GHz?

Well, if your motherboard can support overclocking, I guess you can, although 3.5Ghz is sort of pushing it (3.3Ghz is more feasable). When you restart the computer, go into the BIOS (probably by pressing Numpad Del or F1/2/3) and go through each of the options listed until you see something where you can change the CPU's voltage. Increase the voltage, just by a small amount, and then save, restart etc. If you want to, repeat the above steps. Once you restart your computer, and it fails to go past the BIOS, that means that your CPU has hit its limit and won't go faster. So, go back into the BIOS and reduce the voltage until it works again.
You will perhaps only be able to overclock it to 3.1Ghz or 3.2Ghz - at most, if you're lucky.

Just in case you didn't know, overclocking will significantly shorten your computer's life.

And lastly, if you don't have a clue what you're doing, then don't do it; unless you want to blow your computer up.

Help! I Overclocked my Cpu to much What do I need to do?

You didn't overclock your CPU, because 1. Mass produced PC's don't support it as they have custom BIOS's that block it from happening. 2. Your CPU runs at 2.67Ghz stock. And whatever you overclocked went from 650 Mhz to 950 Mhz. In a shocking coincidence. The stock core speed for the Radeon 5450 is 650 Mhz. You overclocked your video card dude, *not* your CPU.

You bought an Nvidia video card and you're wondering why the the ATI overclocking tool isn't working? You're kidding right. Obviously software from ATI isn't going to work with an Nvidia video card. Why you still have that software on your computer is beyond me.

No offense but you're clearly in over your head here. What you need to do is get rid of the ATi drivers that are apparently still on your system.