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    Default First timer >:]

    I Have a AMD Athlon 64 3400
    it's speed now is 2.411GHz

    i guess i want to overclock it, im not a wiz but i found EasyTune5 or something to be popular so i downloaded it and ran the installer, then restarted at the end and opened the application only for it to show on screen for a split second then dissapear.

    i cannot seem to open it - i specifically want this software as it helps noobies like me overlock withought messing things up and it's easy so yeah any help?

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    read through the forums a bit you will find no one will recomend a sofware overclock. use your bios settings. you dont need to oc a lot but take a look around most if not all your questions will be answered.

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    Default yeah

    I had a look around before i posted and i realise bois is probably best however on my startup the OC is greyed out?

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    did you buy your computer from a company like dell, hp, ibm... cuz if you did the motherboard will not allow any overclocking. and then truly you are better off not to overclock. sorry but with software things get unstable and they just dont work well. if you do go and oc only go by about 6% with the software.

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    How do you access your BIOS to oc a CPU?

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    press "delete" on boot up.

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