Increased FSB Wont Boot!
I increased the Fsb from 66 to 100 and it work boot, the fans and harddrive sounded like it was working but nothing showed up on the screen. Did it make my video cards not work or do I need to increase the voltage?
If so what do I do to increase the voltage?
Mobo not sure but asus mew something.
Mod w/ an attitude
I doubt that the processor will take that high of an increase in the FSB unless you push the core voltage all the way to the max. recommended.
Try setting the FSB to 75 MHz or 83 MHZ and see if it will boot.
Your multiplier on the 466 Celery is "7"
Divide the CPU speed by the FSB.
i.e. 466/66.6 = 7
So by raising the FSB to 100mhz your attempting to pust the processor to 700mhz
This would cause some serious heat, I doubt it would run without a specialty heat sink & fan combo.
Use the SYSOPT guides for projects like this as the instructions are tried and true.. Besides easy, or rather easier to understand than my drivel
Check your mobo for FSB settings. Most motherboards don't have much options below 100MHz for Celeron o/c.
I doubt that you'll get more than 83x7 because old Celerys are not so overclockable. Try upping the voltage to 2.2/.3V and that should do it.
I had to use 2.4 but watch your temp because it will generate a lot more heat.
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