Overclocking of P4P800-VM

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    Hey buddie,
    do any one tell me can we over clock P4P800-VM cause FSB is fixed in it
    so if there any way to do it tell me
     
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    dont think u can oc much as ur mobo has onboard graphics and probably wont allow oc'ing. u can try resetting the motherboard jumpers to get a little bit more juice. another thing u can try is enable 'memory acceleration mode' under 'chipset configuration' in the 'advanced' menu of the bios setup. this invokes a feature of ur mother board similar to 'pat'(performance acceleration technology) availabe in higher intel chipsets like 875p.
     
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    but mind, pat is nothing similar to oc'ing. it just decreases the memory access timings by using abypass path.
     
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    I m not using onboard though, having a AGP , nd then tell me some more about to OC it. cause memory map doesn`t works
     
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    use softwares like clockgen or bios rev, use google to get them. and see if u can change vcore or ram latency. otherwise wait for somebody better informed about the board. anyway, boards with onboard graphics have never been known for their oc'ing capabilities, whether u use agpcard or not.
     
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    Thankz any way technomodel
     
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