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Hello.

 

That seems to have fixed the issue. Thank you very much for your tremendous patience and help. I really appreciated, Pimentel.

 

I have one more question if you don't mind: Can I overclock with the settings I have, or do I need to change something?

 

Thanks again.

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You're Welcome

 

I don't know ... I have i7 2600 without k, in other words , my CPU doesn't support overclocking (when bought at the time, didn't have the i7 2600k, just had i7 2600, I was need of a powerful CPU with good value and i just bought it)

Don't know or what we needed to do Overclocking in OSX, maybe an editing DSDT or SSDT, are just guesses, because I never did it on OSX and don'treally know what we needed to do.

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