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Overclocking E7200 on DK P35 T2RS

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sampson2269, Sep 30, 2008.

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  1. sampson2269

    sampson2269 Thread Starter

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    I have the DK P35 T2RS and i am trying to overclock my intel e7200 on it to at least 3.5ghz or so. Can someone give me some tips on how to achieve this overclock on this motherboard.

    System Specs

    Motherboard - DFI DK P35 T2RS
    Memory - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231098
    Video Card - x1900xtx
    Power Supply - Pc Power And Cooling Silencer 750w
    Hard Drive - Raptor 150
    Processor - E7200 Wolfdale
    Case - Antec Twelve Hundred
    Heatsink - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233003
     
  2. BG-0

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    The links don't work. Go to the sites, and copy the addresses from there, not from posts on this forum.
     
  3. sampson2269

    sampson2269 Thread Starter

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    okay thanks think i got it fixed now
     
  4. BG-0

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    Okay, to the subject. There is no guarantee that a CPU will overclock to a certain speed, not even with all the cooling in the world. You will just have to do the basic procedure. Put it up a notch, do a half an hour stability test( e.g. prime95 torture test, system load 100%), if it stays stable, put up another little notch, repeat until unstability noticed, then either pull back, or if you want to take an extra risk, raise voltages...
     
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