Overclocking Celeron 300a /Abit Bx6-2
My system has a Abit Bx6-2 board,64 meg dimm
1-What kinda steps do I need to take, to O/C my Celeron 300a to 450MHz?
2-Anything I need to look out for?
3-Anyone who has done this combo, please list the steps.
4-Any extra items,(Cooling Fans,Etc.) that would help this to be a successful task?
Thanks for any replies!
1. Basically bump FSB from 66 to 100 (If 2/4 are covered)
2. The BX6-2 requires an ATX 2.01 Power Supply, If you have a Malay Sl32a your literally set, if its a Costa you may need to bump voltage up a little.
3. Um well, try it at 300 for a while than when your system is up and working go to 450@ 2.0v if that is'nt stable increase the Juice. Try 504 if you're feeling amorous 10-20% of 300a's can do 504.
4. If you can run 450-504 at 2.0-2.2v the retail fan would be cool, if you buy and OEM or need to do 2.3 or higher SERIOUSLY consider a high end Celeron cooler, I've never needed one so I can't comment on them.
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