Windows 10: How do I overclock Solved

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  1. Chuck38's Avatar
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       06 Nov 2015 #61

    essenbe said: View Post
    Excellent job. Very well done. I bet you surprised yourself. No since in burning your rig up. You did exceptional. Just be careful. Overclocking can become habit forming, expensive too.
    Yup, I am suprised. I was just hoping my temps would be low enough so I could try for 5GHz, but I don't think that's possible. From reading online about the FX-6300, it seems most people out there can't get it up to 5GHz either. so, now I have it running comfortably at 4.1GHz.
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  2. Chuck38's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #62

    Well, while chatting with a fellow over at overclockers.com, he informed me that the VRM on the MSI 970A-G43 (my mobo) has a tendency to blow up when pushed to hard.

    So, I think I'm gonna take a break from overclocking.
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  3. Dude's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #63

    Wise decision. You did very good Chuck.
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  4.    07 Nov 2015 #64

    essenbe said: View Post
    Just be careful. Overclocking can become habit forming, expensive too.
    And so easy to get back into....

    Congrats Chuck
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  5. Chuck38's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #65

    SmartEyeball said: View Post
    And so easy to get back into....

    Congrats Chuck
    It's so tempting to try pushing it juuuust a little more.
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  6. essenbe's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #66

    Get a chipset cooler and better CPU cooling first. Learn the max voltage for your CPU, and stay way below it.
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  7. Chuck38's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #67

    essenbe said: View Post
    Get a chipset cooler and better CPU cooling first. Learn the max voltage for your CPU, and stay way below it.
    I was wondering if it was possible to give to much voltage.
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  8. essenbe's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #68

    You bet it is possible!
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  9. Dude's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #69

    You can handle any voltage you need Chuck, you just need to add the right Flux Capacitor.
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  10. essenbe's Avatar
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       07 Nov 2015 #70

    Dude said: View Post
    You can handle any voltage you need Chuck, you just need to add the right Flux Capacitor.
    I guess Paul's Flux Capacitor wasn't working then.
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