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How do I turnoff HT on my i7?

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Hello all, since I got myself an i7 2600k I am now ready for a little bit of overclocking. I just bought myself an "Noctua NH-D14" and now I was wondering if someone could give me some overclocking advice. I want my pc to turn at stable 4,5 GhZ, I hope anyone can help, oh and does turning of HT make any sense when overclocking, or shall it always be on if overclocking or not? Regards


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Hello all, since I got myself an i7 2600k I am now ready for a little bit of overclocking. I just bought myself an "Noctua NH-D14" and now I was wondering if someone could give me some overclocking advice. I want my pc to turn at stable 4,5 GhZ, I hope anyone can help, oh and does turning of HT make any sense when overclocking, or shall it always be on if overclocking or not? Regards
in the bios as Jim said. Most people prefer it off, cooler temperaturers and better overclocking. I would study these two guides: http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overclocking/39184-p67-sandy-bridge-overclocking-guide-beginners.html http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578110

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So where to turn off HT is in the same place that I answered, correct? Sorry that I was on my lunch hour and couldn't provide and links for overclocking.

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So where to turn off HT is in the same place that I answered, correct? Sorry that I was on my lunch hour and couldn't provide and links for overclocking.
You are excused :-)

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I don't know, Word Not Allowed - seems to me Jim should get at LEAST 1 hour detention after work! :) Vic


 

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I don't know, Word Not Allowed - seems to me Jim should get at LEAST 1 hour detention after work! :) Vic
Not sure... let's think about it for a while...

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LOL, lunch is my time, but my prep hour belongs to the district so no detention called for!!

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So where to turn off HT is in the same place that I answered, correct? Sorry that I was on my lunch hour and couldn't provide and links for overclocking.
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