[SOLVED] Apologies First - Old Question but Just want to make sure ,Can you Overclock i5 2400 with SetFsb and changing its value ?

Led zeppelin blues

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Hi ,i honestly apologize since its an very old questions asked around a lot i think

But i was just wondering since non k processors don't overclock much or perhaps do with motherboards that support them ,im not sure

But would it be possible to overclock i5 2400 even a slightest through setfsb or is that old tech core2quad era technique

I again apologize for a outdated question and humbly thank for any and all advise please
 
Most mainboards lost all stability once the base clock of 100 MHz was adjusted upwards to perhaps 102-104 MHz. This 2-4% uplift will begat a 1% improvement in gaming performance, etc...

Best to start saving for your R3-5300!
 
Most mainboards lost all stability once the base clock of 100 MHz was adjusted upwards to perhaps 102-104 MHz. This 2-4% uplift will begat a 1% improvement in gaming performance, etc...

Best to start saving for your R3-5300!
 

Led zeppelin blues

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Most mainboards lost all stability once the base clock of 100 MHz was adjusted upwards to perhaps 102-104 MHz. This 2-4% uplift will begat a 1% improvement in gaming performance, etc...

Best to start saving for your R3-5300!
Hey thanks, got it
And yes i have started saving for a new CPU ,I got a new GPU now and next step is upgrading the rest

Again thanks a ton
 

Led zeppelin blues

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If you have a P67, Z68, or Z77 board, you can overclock a bit, by raising the multiplier. I am wanting to think I was able to set mine at 38.
Unfortunately its neither of them but i am saving up for a upgrade as i already upgraded my GPU and now very soon will get the rest ,so just gotta wait patiently and lets hope for the best

Thanks though ,appreciate it
 

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