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StrelokSTK

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  1. Hi, i'm a beginner in overclocking, but i think i know some stuff and i want to make sure it's right. To occ a cpu you increase the multiplier or that other clock (the one which is multiplied by the multiplier. Then you shoud increare the voltage because it shall use more power. The thing i don't understand is: i don't know how much power can go through the cpu socket, but i know that my psu on the 3.3 volt carries 150 max of power. Let's say that i overclock and the required wattage goes beyond 150w, will it crash? The cpu which i'm talking about here would be a 3770k or 4770k. Thanks
  2. I have incresed the clock to 3.8 and was going to do some testing. I opened prime95, selected the Blend test, and as soon as i clicked on start, it closed by itself. I tried again and when clicking start gave me a BSOD. what's wrong?
  3. ok I found it, I thought it was something else. Anyway, can I just increse it to have 4 GHz and then check the temp and stability or do I have to increse something else?
  4. Hi this is my first post. I'm not really new to overclock and know some stuff, but have never done it. I have an AMD Phenom II X6 1090t 3.2 GHz, Asus M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3, an AMD Radeon 5770 1GB and 4GB (2x2) DDR3 KINGSTON 1333 MHz RAM. I read the post on overclocking this motherboard, and it said that "he increased only the multiplier", but I can't find it in the bios. When my pc is idle the cpu temp doens't go over 13 degrees celsius, and when doing some heavy video games doesn't go over 23-25. I would like to increse the frequency of the cpu to 4 GHz if it's possible. Thanks.
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