|" (^^refer to sys specs) "|
What specs? You mean "Pentium 2.0 Ghz/4GB Ram"? That doesn't even scratch the surface. Here's what we'd need to know:
CPU - make/model, clock speed, FSB speed
RAM - amount, type, speed
motherboard - make/model
video card - make/model, type (PCI, AGP, PCIe, or integrated)
hard drive - make/model, capacity, type (IDE or SATA)
power supply - make/model, wattage, amperage rating for +3.3v, +5v, +12v
Of course, if you have an OEM system (Dell, Gateway, HP/Compaq, etc), you can just post the model number so that we can look up the specs. Or just post a link to the spec page.
BTW, overclocking should be done thru the BIOS, not thru software. If you have an OEM system, the BIOS is deliberately crippled to prevent too much user tampering. In other words, if you have an OEM system, you can pretty much forget about overclocking.