How To Overclock

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  1. aatuif

    aatuif New Member

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    What Is Overclocking And How Can I Do It.
    P4 1.8.. 128ddrram. 533mhzfsb. Etc
     
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    Ankur Gupta Wandering in time...

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    common man.........search this forum before posting........there have been umpteen threads on Overclocking.......
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    First,in the BIOS set the RAM clock on FSB level(ratio 1:1) and lock the AGP/PCI frequency on 66/33 Mhz
    Raise the CPU core voltage from 1.38 v to 1.50 v.
    Increase the FSB clock from its standard 133 Mhz speed in 10 Mhz steps,each time testing the stability of the system under full load-the CPU temperature should remain below 65'C
    and to check performance increse use benchmark such as everst or sisandra
     
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    I don't think original intel/mercury etc...board have options for Overclocking..........and if South Bridge etc is not locked from the main bus you'll lose you HDD also..
     
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    First of all this is a very common issue so if u wanted to know about it then best option for u seach it frm google.
     
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