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Overclocking is quite an awesome thing.If you want yo overclock your PC then you have to need those stuffs :

  • Windows operating system
  • ATI or NVIDIA graphics
  • Overclockable RAM or processor
  • ATI tool (a tool for benchmarking your GPU)
  • Sapphire TriXX or MSI Afterburner
  • A BIOS capable of overclocking
  • CPU-Z to monitor CPU and RAM speeds
  • Core Temp to monitor CPU temperatures
  • SpeedFan (to make sure you can throw your fans to 100% speed in a pinch if you need it)

Step 1 Start Overclocking


  1. Start TriXX or Afterburner.
  2. You have four values you can adjust: Core Clock, Shader Clock, Memory Clock , and Fan Speed. The shader clock is only adjustable on NVIDIA cards, so if you have an AMD card, just ignore this setting.
  3. Keep the settings linked (enabled by default), because you will often run into issues overclocking things separately.
  4. Raise the clock speed by only 5 MHz at a time, to make sure we don't push the parts too far.
  5. Repeat the GPU parts in step one and two until you reach your desired (or maximum) overclock level. 
RAM and CPU Control
  1. Reboot your computer and go into the BIOS settings (usually F2 during the Power On Self-Test).
  2. Navigate to your advanced settings tab and try to find the options pertaining to RAM and CPU voltages or clock/bus speeds (bear with me, this varies on every system) 
  3. How to Safely Overclock Your Graphics Card for Better Speeds
  4. A good rule of thumb that I use for both RAM and CPU is to increase voltages to the next available one (meaning one "up" from your current speeds, ex: 2000MHz to 2200MHz etc.) and then your bus speeds also increased by one interval. Don't go crazy, you could break components.

Step 2 Benchmarking

Now we need to test the new clock settings and make sure it's not too much for our components to handle by giving them a stress test.
  1. Open up Furmark.
  2. Set your resolution to the resolution of your screen.
  3.  Check Fullscreen and hit the BURN-IN test button.
  4. Make sure you don't see any black lines in the circle. This means that you pushed the card too far and need to down clock. Also, watch your temperatures. Generally, I think anything over 85 degrees Celsius is really unsafe.
  5. After you find a sweet spot, run it in Furmark for 45 minutes or so, just to make sure it can handle extended use in its new clock speed.
  1. After you have changed your CPU or RAM bus speeds, you need to test it.
  2. Run CPU-Z and make sure your voltages and speeds checkout. They need to be stable and, of course, faster than they were before overclocking.How to Safely Overclock Your Graphics Card for Better Speeds
  3. Monitor your temperature with Core Temp, again, making sure that you don't pass anything beyond 85 degress celsius.


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