Top 5 Overclocking Softwares

1. Intel Desktop Control Center:

Desktop Control Center is its attempt at an official overclocking tool. It has an effective single-click overclocking feature plus a full raft of processor and memory controls and reporting. Unfortunately, the full release is limited to the latest socket 1156 and socket 1366 motherboards based on the DX58SO, DP55KG and DP55SB chipsets.

2. Motherboard tools:

In case of clone computer it is highly likely to the manufacturer of your motherboard supplied a Windows-based overclocking app. Each company has its own branded tool that will only work with its motherboards or chipset. Nvidia has its longstanding nTune for the nForce chipset while ASUS provides its AI Suite and TurboV tools. MSI has the ridiculously designed OCGenie, while Gigabyte offers its EasyTune series. Other manufacturers have their own, so find out which made your mobo using CPU-Z and download the corresponding tool for easy overclocking.

3. MemSet and CPU-Tweaker :

Now I am going to start with the more complex software tools and a pair from the same developer are worth checking out at tweakers. MemSet is a complex memory overclocking tool that provides most of the features you'd expect to find in the BIOS, though a tool like AMD Overdrive also offers many of the same advanced options.Its associated app is CPU-Tweaker, which is used in place of MemSet for processors with embedded memory controllers such as AMD Phenom and the Intel Core i3/5/7 range. As you might expect this version also provides overclocking features for the processor as well.

 4. SetFSB:

While many covert SetFSB for its advanced options, many will also shun it. Unless you know exactly which clock generator - known as the PLL - your motherboard has then SetFSB is useless. But then it can also overclock systems where other options fail. The only prerequisite is that SetFSB has been updated to support that model of PLL. A useful guide to locating your motherboard's PLL chip can be found here. The position, manufacturer and style vary from board to board. Not an essential tool for most but it can be invaluable for some.

 5. Official graphics overclocking:

ATI users can right-click a blank area of the desktop and choose Catalyst Control Center. The ATI Overdrive section provides access to a wide, but not full, range of GPU and graphics memory clock speeds plus fan control and temperature readings.For Nvidia owners, you'll need to install nTune and then magically a new Performance section becomes available from the Nvidia Control Panel. Again ultimate clock speeds are limited but it's an easier and official way to start.

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