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Hi I have a veary dumm question.

I will like to know if my computer can safe be o/c higher than 3.4ghz,

this is wathi have.

rs 850 power supply

corsair ddr3 8gb (2ea)

intel I72600k

corsair h100 cooler

nvidia gtx570hd

asus p67 b3 maximums Iv mobo

win7 64

 

the individual that assemble the computer told me that he o/c to the max stable seting. I know the is a way to go to 4.8ghz.

fi I will have the ability to safely do it I probably will.

so my question can this be done?

went come to computers Im very dumm.


Fernando A. Maldonado

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the individual that assemble the computer told me that he o/c to the max stable seting

 

Hello

The individual who built the PC is clueless, that PC will do 4.5GHZ just by putting the multiplier to 45 and raising the VCore a touch.

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Hey Fernando, first there is no such thing as a dumb question and secondly, I'll let you into a secret.... I purchased my rig pre-overclocked :blush: But that doesn't mean anything other than I lack the confidence to OC it myself, so don't worry. But follow Mad Dog's advice, it will easily go to 4.5ghz. The SB chips are a dream to OC, because they run a lot cooler than their predecessors. So get some good advice and OC that baby... but do it properly and don't rush things :good:


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