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CPU: Pentium 4 640 HT @ 3.2GHZ
Motherboard: ASUS P5GD1 Pro
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon X300
Memory: SpecTek (DDR-SD-Ram, Single Channel, PC3200, 512MBx2 @ 3.0-4-4-8, 200MHz)
Hard Drive: Seagate 120GB SATA
Cooling: 1x TT 120mm, 1x TT 90mm
Power Supply: No Idea



ok..so datz my pc config...
yest i tried d automatic overclocking (AI Booster) to 5%..it worked perfectly...my cpu speed went upto 3.3ghz...den i tried 10%....restarted n my HD wsnt detecting so went back 2 5%...
now i wanna manually OC it...plz tell me...how can i do it...i read d intel OC guideline but i cant understand wot specs shd i put while OC...how mch voltage shd i up..how mch FSB..how mch vcore...etc etc...
plz help me out..!!...
thx in advance...
bye
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post #2 of 17
Maybe try using words? It's most likely the PCI frequency, Lock it at 33MHz.
post #3 of 17
This is interesting. We both have the same CPU/MOBO setup, so I should be able to help you out.

First, go into the BIOS, go to "Advanced" and then "JumperFree Config." and disable "Spread Spectrum", then change the "Performance Mode" from [AUTO] to [STANDARD]. Leave your Vcore at 1.3875, the stock voltage is perfectly fine up until about 3.8Ghz. Also, lock your PCIE Frequency at 105mhz and PCI frequency at 33.33mhz.

Then under the "Advanced" menu, go down to "Chipset" and change the "DRAM Configuration by SPD" from [AUTO] to [MANUAL] and set the timings to whatever you're RAM calls for.

After a short while, you will hit a wall at which your DDR is unable to go higher. Then you must apply a divider to the RAM, but we can discuss that after you get there.

AND please fill in your system specs under User CP
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hey kool buddy ...thx kidwolf909....
i tried out ur step it worked perfectly...system went uptill 3.8...den started giving lock ups..
ok...i dint understand dat RAM thingy...d timings..so i left it @ auto..i dun understand doz value 3.0-4 etc....
@ auto..d Ram is running @ 3.0-5-5-15 ,240Mhz

so...wotz d next step i shd do
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Ok, now you need to run Prime95 for a good hour or two and check your temperatures for MAX load (100%)

If they are under 55°C, then we can move on to the next step up in performance. However, the next step will be slower than where you are now unless you can get a good jump up in clock frequency (up to 4.0 or so)

Also, download CPU-Z and take some screen shots, or make a validation link and post them.

I'll be back to help you after you get the temps and CPU-Z screenshots.
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hey sry replied a lil late....actually i had intel cpu cooler installed...like duh i ditched it now...brot a new Gigabyte cooler...n it stays so mch cooler now...after OC...idle temperature is 40-45...n underload it stays under 55...

as u requested here's my CRU validator
http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=122366
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post #7 of 17
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hellooo kidwolf909 whr r u??
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post #8 of 17
Sorry, I've been busy man, but here's what you do now:

Enter your BIOS and go to 'Advanced' > 'JumperFree Config' again. For the setting titled 'DRAM Frequency', change the current speed (should read like 480) or something to one notch below. The # displayed should then be like...390-400, somewhere in there. Then press ESC and go to 'Chipset' while still under the 'Advanced' menu. For the option titled 'Configure DRAM Timing by SPD', press + or - until it says [Disabled]. A new list of settings should pop up beneath there, consisting of DRAM CAS#, DRAM RAS# Precharge, DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay, DRAM RAS# to Precharge, and DRAM Write Recovery. Set each of the preceding settings to: 3,4,4,8,4 in order of how I have listed them. This should allow you to OC another ~400mhz higher if your temps/voltage stay within spec.

Tell me how you do with this, if it doesn't work right away, leave everything as I told you and just ask me what to do next. I have another two possibilities if this doesn't do the trick...
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post #9 of 17
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hieee....
well i tried out ur method..dint work out...after doing d ram settings...i upped FSB to fron 240 to 245...it started giving me lock outs....
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post #10 of 17
Ok, well keep everything as i said in the last post as is. Go to 'Advanced'>'JumperFree Config' and then down to Vcore. It should be set at either [AUTO] or [1.3875](the stock voltage). Bump that up to 1.4000v and also go to 'Spread Spectrum' and disable it - this keeps the vcore at >1.4v so that it stays stable... I had to do this to stay stable at 3.9Ghz as well.

It will raise your temps a bit, but not too much

Tell me how that works out.
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