Originally Posted by H2DJmaster2005
wat do u use to oc processors cause idk how i would do mine
If you're asking this question you probably shouldn't be overclocking....or at the very least not without a friend who has been OCing to give you a hand your first time out. Granted hardware is alot harder to permanently bork these days through OCing than it was in the past, but there's still a way to mess things up that you might not know how to correct. Achieving a stable Overclock takes ALOT of patience and testicular fortitude. Also, I'd say before you go water cooling get as far as you can on air cooling and see if you have any desire to go farther (you'd be surprised just how well a Core 2 can Overclock with the right air cooler). There are many CPUs that will OC just as far on Air as they will on water. Also bear in mind that it takes ALOT of careful consideration when choosing parts for a new system to get the best OCs. Most people that can add an extra 1-2Ghz to their CPU probably tried 3 or 4 different motherboards. The motherboard in my desktop (listen in sig) I bought just 2 months ago and I'm ALREADY looking for a new board that'll let me go past 3Ghz.