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post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
I have Intel Pentium E2180 2.00 ghz and I want to overclock Without

damage to the processor or raise the temperature And I want him to be in

stable condition

Because I am completely new to overclock and I do not know how to do it

This link provides information about my desktop Build by cup-z

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1879551

Is it safe ?

Any idea ?
please help
post #2 of 7
MB Brand : LENOVO
MB Model : LENOVO
NB : SiS 671/FX/DX/MX rev 00
SB : SiS 968 rev 01

I don't think you can overclock with a name brand computer as they are locked. You can try set FSB but I don't think you can get far with it.
post #3 of 7
Thread Starter 
thanx for ur quick rply..
how can i set FSB?? nd how much far i can go..?
can u guide me?
post #4 of 7
There are 2 choice you do in this case. First is to use setfsb and find the appropriate ICS for your board. Link is provided below.

http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/

I really don't know what ICS you have on your lenovo computer so I would try each ICS out to see if you can detect 200Mhz front side bus (800mhz effective).

The other thing you can do is do a BSEL mod, link provided below...

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...mod-guide.html

I used a similar guide on my friends E5200 with a el-cheapo ECS nforce 7030 board, did 1.3625v VID mod on his chip with conductive ink and electrical tape, now running at 288x12.5 = 3600mhz been stable for 3 years. Not bad for a motherboard without voltage adjustment and only FSB. In your case, you can probally do 800mhz -> 1066mhz BSEL mod and be able to run at default voltage. Assume you also have a intel stock cooler and it should work fine.
post #5 of 7
You can't really OC without raising the temps. If you do a little bit (100-400MHz) you should be fine with the stock heatsink, otherwise with your locked BIOS (which it most likely will be, as you bought it from Lenovo and didn't build it) you won't be able to do much. An alternative would be buying a compatible motherboard and OC'ing with it.
post #6 of 7
you can easily get to 2.8ghz to 3.0ghz and still be "safe"

i have my e2160 at 2.8ghz(1.8ghz stock) ever since i got it... 3 years ago
using the stock cooler
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CM Hyper 212 Plus Windows 7 SeaSonic X X650 Gold CM Storm Scout 
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post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
guys i know it can easily be get to 2.8 or something ...
the real problem is locked BIOS .. so tell me how to do it??
is there any software to change it ?? i have used setFcb(i also do not know my IC so i have to use hit and trial using every IC option) but it gives PLL id error after some time or it gives some byte error which is also not successful ....
Edited by harkamal - 6/27/11 at 5:48am
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