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Hardware Hacking The hammer and tongs school of Overclocking. (NOT for the beginner and you assume all risks)


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Old 10th September, 2003, 08:34 PM
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Wink hi where do i start and can you help thanx, to overclock my pc

hi i have a p4 2.533 533 fsb an abit ic7g mobo 1gig corsair 3200 xms,radeon 9700 pro,using windows xp pro if any more info needed let me know thanx in advance for your time
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Old 11th September, 2003, 02:38 AM
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Since Intels are multiplier locked, you only have FSB. You are currently running 133... I am not up to date on P4 overclocks, but I think your mobo and memory are good for overclocks. Just up your FSB a few steps at a time and test for stability and temps. (I'm not sure if your mobo has PCI lock, so don't be surprised if you can't run over 155-160 fsb.)
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