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Intel Pentium E5300 Overclock Issue

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Processor- Intel Pentium E5300 2.60GHZ

Codename- Wolfdale

Socket- 775 LGA 45nm


I'm Using SetFSB, And I Get A Stable Overclock...

But After I Exceed 2.7GHZ The Internet/ Or Ethernet Port Goes Out...

I've Hit 3GHZ Stable...Just No Web?

I'm New To The Site, So I Hope To Find Some Info About This...

Thank You!
    
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Well,Your computer is decent got to admit,Nice gpu for a older computer looks like a small foot print. Now So you overclock then no internet right?
Try in bios,Disconnect internet when you are in regular mode and then reconnect and restart and try again
    
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Try overclocking in bios i meant
    
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Originally Posted by AquaBlue35 View Post
Try overclocking in bios i meant
+1

OCing thru windows adds to much variables. A guess: being 2.7GHz where it cuts aka just below +10% it may be that SetFSB also OCs the PCI bus which provides the clock for the Ethernet and many other parts which can't take OCing; it could be this or something else, but if you have the coice just OC thru the BIOS.
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I Got It, For Some Reason Intels Speedstep Feature Was Interfering...I Also Have No Way To OC In The Bios So I Have To Use SetFSB...
    
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