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    Junior Member kill2003's Avatar
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    PLEASE HELP INTEL P4 USER

    Hi all,

    I would like to get into overclocking and I am just starting to read as much as I can on doing it. However, before I waste my time too much, I would like to know if its possible to overclock my system.

    I have a P4 2.4GHz 533FSB
    Intel 845GRG Motherboard
    512mb DDR266 RAM

    Is it possible to overclock this? If so, is anyone able to point me in the right direction please? I do not mind reading more if thats what it takes, just don't want to waste me time to much.

    I would be grateful to anyone who could offer me some assistance.

    Many Thanks

    KiLL

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    Ultimate Member bushmaster's Avatar
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    Intel boards arent made for overclocking.

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    i think you're looking for softfsb.

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    Ultimate Member bushmaster's Avatar
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    And again I reply "Intel boards aren't made for overclocking"

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    Re: PLEASE HELP INTEL P4 USER

    Originally posted by kill2003
    Is it possible to overclock this?
    yes.

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    Ultimate Member Kurylo's Avatar
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    As far as I remember Intel implementer a +2...+4% of "allowed" OC in it's BIOS. Of course, 4% is not much, so with a BIOS help you cannot OC.
    I think you should try a program which will tell the PLL which frequency to generate (like SoftFSB or something). I think it is worth to try.
    Next time don't buy Intel mobos.

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    Thanks for taking the time to reply peeps.....

    But...who is right...some say yes, some say no ?

    Cheers

    KiLL

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    It it hard to try?

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    try using clockgen, i also have the same processor and it's running at 2.7 Ghz (150 x 18) and 150x4 FSB (600 MHZ) but im using an intel 845E chipset gigabyte MObo.

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