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  1. yes, but i saw people making it up to 3.8 with this mobo and cpu some years ago.. how ?
  2. the mobo fsb is 333 and the cpu's actually fsb is 400, multiplier is set to auto and is shows 8 which is the maximum
  3. Hello everyone. So, my friend has got an old PC, and he wants to OC the cpu to it's limits on air before he sells it. his specs are the followingcpu: Intel Core2Quad Q8400 2.66 GHzmemory: 8GB RAM DDR2 (4x2)mobo: ASUS P5K E/S Wi-Figpu: MSI R7 250 2GB OCV1psu: no-name 500W&230Vcooler: deepcool gammaxx 300additonal : Adata ssd su650 240gb & seagate baracuda 1tb hddI overclocked that CPU from 2.66 to 3.2 on it's standard voltages, and when i wanted to go higher, like to 3.3GHz, his pc didn't boot anymore. It was restarting each time the BIOS was loading and scanning the components inside his pc.I want to know, is it possible to get this CPU any higher than 3.2 GHz ? it doesn't matter if it can be oc'ed by adjusting the voltages or not, he only wants that 3.4 to make some tests.. i couldn't afford to do it myself, because since it's a quite old pc, it can get messed up quickly, and i don't want to pay my friend for breaking his pc. i want to say that the pc impressed me somehow.. i could not ever believe that BF1 would ever be possible to play on such a old pc... anyways, is there anyway to do this?
  4. gpu - MSI r7 250 2gb oc'ed tv - led24914hdr
  5. nothing.. i tried to use my tv's native resolution but it didn't work. @fasauceome
  6. as the title says.. i have some troubles while using HDMI.. i recently switched on HDMI from VGA and i noticed that is waay too pixelated than on VGA, which is annoying me.. on VGA videos on 1080p looks fine while HDMI makes everything soo pixelated.. then i tried some csgo and i thought i was playing minecraft due to the pixelated image.. what can i do ?