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    Help OCing my AMD 64 4800+

    AMD 64+ 4800 AM2 etc.
    Gigabyte GA-M55S-S3
    88000GTS 320MB
    2GB Kingston 800 Mhz
    Liberty 400W

    I would like to OC my CPU.
    I just need the simpliest orders (please make sure to make them clear, i am not an expert).
    Please help me.
    Thank you in advance.

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    Well you just have to increase your FSB speed in the BIOS, not sure how to do that on your board, but I highly reccommend you learn about what you're doing before you overclock.
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    According to CPU-Z my Multiplier is 12.5 and my FSB is 200.
    In the BIOS, it says AUTO near the FSB and Multi, what should i do then?

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    yogpod Google is your friend. There's no point in one of us taking you through what to do step by step if you don't understand, it'd be dangerous.

    Do some reading and get a rough understanding of what you're supposed to do, then if you're feeling confident give it a go. Any problems, feel free to ask me or any of the others - we'd be happy to help.

    EDIT: This thread - http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=107953 - should help.
    Last edited by NightshadowUK; 23-05-2007 at 09:26 PM.

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    Basic guide

    Up the FSB, if it doesnt work give it more voltage.

    Simple

    PS

    Dont do that, follow a good guide so that you dont fry your pc and get the max stable OC from your system
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