if i remember right not all bioses suport it. to be honest overclocking is fine but id read more on it before doing it especially if you dont have money to build a replacment rig if you fry this one. my 2 cents
Phoenix bios' tend to be a little less power-user oriented and typically don't offer options that are constantly found in other BIOSs. Beyond that, Google is a great resource.
For future reference, sraycoz posts some very useful information; I've never seen a post that makes me cringe or think "that's not right..." and feel the need to correct him/her. You'd be wise to be nice to those who try to help you and not throw it back in their face.
righty i just do want to overclocked i have ovced other parts of my pc so im not the massive noob so i would appreciate it if people could stop saying dont overclock as the point of this forum is to learn how to, and to straycoz that did come out wrong i did not mean that literally i was joking no hard fealings?
Actually, that's not the point of this forum. You're looking to overclock your PC, that would technically put this thread into the Overclocking forum. And what other parts of your PC have you overclocked? But I do have to agree with the post about you should read up on OCing before you do it rather then having everyone in the forums trying to figure out your bios, motherboard, processor type and ram like I had to do with you in another thread.