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Hi I'm new here at overclock, so I was just coming to see if you can all help me with this.
O/S : Windows Vista Home Premium Edition
CPU : Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU E1200 @1.6GHz (2CPU) (ELITEGROUP Intel [i945G])
Bios : Phoenix - AwardBios V6.00PG
MainBoard Model# : 945GCT-M3
Mem/Ram : DDR2 Duel Channel 512mbx2 (1GB)
FSB : 800MHz
Graphics : Intel(R) 82945G Express Chipset Family
CPU VCore : Idk.
Core Temp : It's been as low as 45Degree's Celsius, to 59Degree's Celsius.
Fan Speed has ranged from 1000RPM to 3000RPM, I don't know if that's normal.
I am running EVGA E-Leet and I put Over/Clock settings to x60 for Core 1 and 2, and turned on Brink o/c and I haven't really spotted a change whatsoever. I'm not sure at all what I'm doing and I need some Major help with this, anything you guy's can give me from information to what to do, would be GREATLY appreciated.
If any more information about my Computer is needed, this is it in all its entirety.
http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=W3653-R
Edited by OriginalWolf - 2/8/12 at 8:38pm
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Originally Posted by OriginalWolf View Post

Hi I'm new here at overclock, so I was just coming to see if you can all help me with this.
O/S : Windows Vista Home Premium Edition
CPU : Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU E1200 @1.6GHz (2CPU) (ELITEGROUP Intel [i945G])
Bios : Phoenix - AwardBios V6.00PG
Mem/Ram : DDR2 Duel Channel 512mbx2 (1GB)
FSB : 800MHz
Graphics : Intel(R) 82945G Express Chipset Family
CPU VCore : Idk.
Core Temp : It's been as low as 45Degree's Celsius, to 59Degree's Celsius.
Fan Speed has ranged from 1000RPM to 3000RPM, I don't know if that's normal.

I am running EVGA E-Leet and I put Over/Clock settings to x60 for Core 1 and 2, and turned on Brink o/c and I haven't really spotted a change whatsoever. I'm not sure at all what I'm doing and I need some Major help with this, anything you guy's can give me from information to what to do, would be GREATLY appreciated.
If any more information about my Computer is needed, this is it in all its entirety.
http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?invtid=W3653-R

Can you overclock in the BIOS?
Software overclocking generally sucks.
    
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Can you overclock in the BIOS?
Software overclocking generally sucks.

I'm new at this so there's probably a chance I can overclock in the Bios as I've seen some people do it but I don't know how to do it. That's kinda why I'm here tongue.gif so if you knew how and you could tell me that would be awesome.
post #4 of 12
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Bump, any help anyone?
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Model number of your mainboard? This can be acquired using CPUz.
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Model number of your mainboard? This can be acquired using CPUz.

945GCT-M3
post #7 of 12
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5 hours later... >.<... Patience only lasts so long
Edited by OriginalWolf - 2/8/12 at 9:25pm
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5 hours later... >.<... Patience only lasts so long

Really?


The 945GCT-M3 BIOS can be flashed so you can overclock it slightly, but the risk / effort = reward is poor at best.
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I flashed from Windows 7 Ultimate x86 using WinFlash. I flashed with BIOS File Version GCM3522.BIN From the ECS Website. Overclocking options are limited but the basics are there. CPU Frequency, DRAM Timings and PCI-e are the basic options. There is no Multiplier, Vcore, VRAM etc with this particular BIOS Version. Also, you will need a Fan Speed Adjustment Rheostat or Software, Such as Speed-Fan since your CPU Fan will run at Max after update which is a little noisy.
    
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Really?
The 945GCT-M3 BIOS can be flashed so you can overclock it slightly, but the risk / effort = reward is poor at best.
Quote:
I flashed from Windows 7 Ultimate x86 using WinFlash. I flashed with BIOS File Version GCM3522.BIN From the ECS Website. Overclocking options are limited but the basics are there. CPU Frequency, DRAM Timings and PCI-e are the basic options. There is no Multiplier, Vcore, VRAM etc with this particular BIOS Version. Also, you will need a Fan Speed Adjustment Rheostat or Software, Such as Speed-Fan since your CPU Fan will run at Max after update which is a little noisy.

What if I update my Bios to another Bios and then attempt to overclock it? I googled earlier trying to find out stuff about my bios and came across a webpage about how to upgrade my bios to another version. If I do that, is there a possibility I can overclock it to a more suitable computer?
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Luckily, this board is BSEL mod friendly up to 133mhz.
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