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    Lightbulb cpu OC on Intel DG43NB mobo

    i want to OC my C2D E8400 in my Intel DG43NB chipset mobo.......is it possible?????
    Speed is like ADDICTION.....

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    Default Re: cpu OC on Intel DG43NB mobo

    Overclocking isn't possible in Sucky Intel Motherboards including yours.

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    Default Re: cpu OC on Intel DG43NB mobo

    Intel reference mobos generally suck at overclocking.
    There is no OC option in BIOS, But there are ways you can still try:

    01. You can try the 333 FSB BSEL Mod. The CPU needs to be able to run with default voltage though.You will be able to find some details here : http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...mod-guide.html

    02. Software OC: try SetFSB or ClockGen. Its not as good as Hardware OC.

    03. Flash your mobo with a modified BIOS so you would be able to OC from there. Theres a few forum where you can request for a modified BIOS or see if theres already one. Google to find them.

    04. Go for another mobo .... Thats the final option!!!
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    Default Re: cpu OC on Intel DG43NB mobo

    you can go for the steps AmareX mentioned, or buy a new mobo!
    But, step3 can be risky...also make sure that if you are willing to do it, the custom BIOS has been checked & reported to be used with your motherboard(exact revision) & model.

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