Do you have overclocked you pc? how much?

@Joerib (82)
Belgium
April 1, 2007 4:00pm CST
I've my core 2 duo E6600 2.4Ghz @ 2.8Ghz, my MSI P965 neo-F doosn't want to get anny higher... need to buy an ABIT or ASUS board I guess... I've also had a P4 northwood 2.4ghz @3.0Ghz on an ABIT board, that overclock was quite good (25%)!! All with stock cooling! how did you do?
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@simran1430 (1793)
• India
3 Apr 07
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@Joerib (82)
• Belgium
4 Apr 07
verry nice guarantee deals do you got there simran! I've only for about 2 years on my different components.
@jerry_03 (52)
• Malaysia
3 Apr 07
I have Pentium 4 2.8GHZ and i overclocked to 3.4GHz. I dont know if i can push it higher because i never try. At this speed my processor look running cool and no problem.
@Joerib (82)
• Belgium
3 Apr 07
a 600mhz overclock it not bad, and you will see the differance by hard! as long as your CPU keeps cool enough, you can go higher and higher, untill it gets unstable, then rase the volt core by 1 step, and try to go higher.
• Philippines
9 Jun 07
overclocking is a must these days (when technology is moving to fast). my e6600 runs stable at 3.6ghz, 400x9, 2:3 cpu to mem ratio. why risk overclocking you ask? simple, to get more of what we pay for
• Belgium
24 May 07
I haven't overclocked my pc yet, but I'm planning on doing this with my current cpu (AMD 2400+). When I buy myself a new 6000+ in september, I'm not going to overclock him, because the normal speed will be high enough for me.
@parnap (124)
• Indonesia
15 Apr 07
im not doing over cloaking, very high risk for me :)
@darkzzt (760)
• Canada
6 Apr 07
i havent overclocked my pc because im scared the cooling i have in it right now wont be enough. but i did overclock my radeon 7200 graphics card to 202hz i think from 166hz
@andben (1076)
• Italy
2 Apr 07
Currently I have an AMD Athlon 2400+ processor and it's not overclocked. I don't need to overclock my cpu because I feel comfortable with its nominal power. I had a Celeron 566 MHz overclocked to 850 MHz and it worked very well, I remember I increased the bus speed from 66 to 100 MHz without modifying the multiplier and I used a normal fan to cool it.