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I have the following system configuration:

  • Ultra aluminus midtower case
  • Ultra X-Pro 600watt APFC psu (80 PLUS certified)
  • Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L Motherboard with F4 BIOS
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 with stock cooler
  • PNY 2gb ddr2-800 ram
  • 120gb hard drive
  • HIS Radeon HD2600PRO Ice-Q 512MB Video Card
  • Single 120mm rear exhaust fan (soon to be better exhaust fan and 120mm intake fan)

So my question is, is there a way to overclock my e7200 without:

raising my temps much
requiring an after market cpu cooler
needing voltage/vcore changes
needing any ram overclocking

It currently is running at stock 2.53ghz speed. I want to get a little more speed out of it, while meeting the conditions above. Is it possible. Thanks for your help.

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Last Post by jermaghs07
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raising my temps much
requiring an after market cpu cooler
needing voltage/vcore changes
needing any ram overclocking

lol,you want to overclock it but don't want to change anything !
Hi ,i have never overclocked a computer but read up on it a few time over the years and I think all those things will have to occur to overclock the computer .
http://www.ocforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=2
check the first sticky in this forum

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yea.... ummm... why do you want to overclock again? you say you don't want to overclock it much. but to be able to tell a difference in performance you would have to overclock it by alot. if you overclocked it from a 2.5 to like a 3.0 or a 3.2 you would see a performance increase. but with that comes all the things you mentioned you didn't want to do...

my advice. don't overclock at all. that is a good CPU don't shorten is life span just for a MINOR performance increase. trust me you would need a stress test to be able to tell the difference.

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