HP 6535 - Celeron 466MHZ - How Can I overclock it???
Hello, im new to this forum. The PC I am on right now is a HP 6535 that runs on a 466MHZ Celeron Processor. For About a year now I have been wondering how I can overclock this PC. I have went it to BIOS many of times and the bios shows the processor speed and such but its shaded to where I can go to it or change it. Can someone help out a noob and show me how I can get this baby overclocked. (Even a small boost would be nice ). As for ventilation and fans I have those mods already on to keep the PC cool.
MOST LIKELY, you cannot overclock your HP. Such features are locked out or are not available in the BIOS. YOu could check for FSB speed, and see if you can adjust it, which would be the only way to overclock. Also, i doubt it, but your board may have jumpers that allow you to set the FSB to higher levels. You would have to open it and look for the jumpers or read were they are on the manual.
Another thing you can try is SoftFSB to set speeds through windows, but i doubt that would work.
Last edited by Mutant_Donkey; 02-09-2003 at 01:35 PM.
Where would those jumpers for the FSB be located??
Last edited by mantis_22; 02-09-2003 at 01:38 PM.
He knows what he's talking about. On a pre-built system such as HP, Dell, etc., those are pretty much your options. Try them out. Thing about those companies is, they don't want you to upgrade your system - they want you to buy a new one.
P.S. Welcome to Sysopt
P.P.S. You could go to HP.com and find the manual online or at least some specs. It may help you find those jumpers.
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