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Thread: HOW DO YOU OVER CLOCK ECS k7s5apro 5.0




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    HELLO, I HAVE THIS SETUP

    MB: k7s5apro 5.0 ECS
    PROCESSOR: AMD XP 2400
    RAM: 512 DDR2700
    HD: 40GB


    I HAVE READ ALOT ON HOW TO OVER CLOCK , BUT I JUST GUESS I DONT GET IT. HOW DO U DO IT??!!

    I SEE NO JUMPERS ON THIS MOTHERBOARD TO MOVE AROUND.
    ALL I SEE IN THE BIOS IS WHERE YOU CAN CHANGE THE SPEED OF THE RAM. ie. 100/133 ETC..

    I HAVE A BIG FAN AND PS , SO OVERCLOCKING WONT BE A PROBLEM.

    ANYONE HAVE THIS MB? CAN ANYONE ADVISE ME IF THIS IS EVEN POSSIBLE W/ MY SET UP.

    ANY BENCHTEST SOFTWARE OUT THERE FOR FREE THAT CAN SHOW ME BEFORE AND AFTER RESULTS?

    THANKS.
    J

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    Firstly stop with all the caps you shouting ******. Ok, now that motherboard is not good for overclocking at all. What you will need to obtain is an unofficial BIOS (I recommend HoneyX's) That way you can overclock your processor. You will not be able to set the voltage on your CPU, nor will you be able to adjust the multiplier. It's not a good board at all to overclock on, but it is possible. If you type in all caps again, I will never answer any of your questions again. All you can expect from me is flames. People don't like all caps, and it makes you sound immature, and retarded.

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    As Xboy sadi, the board is virtually impossible to get a good overlcok from it . PLZ DONT TYPE IN CAPS

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    1. off thanks for you info on the board and what i need to do.
    2. come to dallas ****** ***** and i put my foot up your ****** ***. **** u and your fat *** ******.

    Edited by Raven - *'s Added

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    Quote Originally Posted by COMPUTERBOY
    1. off thanks for you info on the board and what i need to do.
    2. come to dallas ****** ****** and i put my foot up your ****** ***. **** u and your fat *** ******.
    real intelligent... I doubt u expect any further assistance from this forum so be on your way elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XBoy
    Firstly stop with all the caps you shouting ******. .... If you type in all caps again, I will never answer any of your questions again. All you can expect from me is flames. People don't like all caps, and it makes you sound immature, and retarded.
    christ XBoy....don't you think that was just a bit excessive?!? just ask that he not type in caps, there is no reason for that^ B.S.
    after comments like that, I've got no respect for you whatsoever :thumbs do
    Originally posted by COMPUTERBOY
    [b]2. Edited by Raven - You know what it said by now..
    wtf? XBoy tends to shoot is mouth off for no good reason...but do you really expect to get any more help after a comment like that?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    you dont have too much options with ECS K7s5apro it is just a budget board for those who want cheap ddr boards:rolleyes:

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    This port was reported to me. I have taken action.

    One: COMPUTERBOY. You could have typed in non-caps. Typing in CAPS on the internet is commonly seen as shouting, and most times gives people a negative reaction.

    Two: Xboy. You were in the wrong to call this person as you did. Simply asking them to type in low caps, and perhaps explaining that it was termed as offensive to shout would have been better. Consider this next time.

    Three: COMPUTERBOY. Your response was COMPLETELY INCORRECT. Use moderation. I realize Xboy did call you a name, get over it. That was the wrong way to reply. Repeat offenses in that manner may get you looking for another board to post in.

    This Thread is now CLOSED. If you feel you can continue a discussion in a reasonable manner, feel free to post another thread.
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