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    Posted: 07 Jan 2021 at 12:05pm
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Can someone please help me with overclocking my cpu. Just a simple step by step. I tried a couple times and I can?t get a stable oc so I?m assuming I?m doing it wrong. My specs are: i7 9700k, 240mm aio, Asrock z390 gaming 6 mobo, 32gb adata xpg 3000mhz, gigabyte rtx 3070 gaming oc and gamdias p1 650 watt psu. I really don?t understand a lot of the settings in the bios for overclocking and I?d really appreciate the help.
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