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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by The Pook
No.

Your PCI bus isn't locked. It'll more or less mess up before that. Having PCI above the stock (33) isn't that good, but its generally fine under 38 or so..
My motherboard can handle 133ghz FSB (In BIOS) and my RAM says 166mhz 256MB DDR RAM so I'm asuming it can handle 166mhz FSB (In BIOS) so I'm guessing I can push to 133mhz before something will break.
~Bryan~
post #12 of 13
yes thats correct but as the pook and i have said your overclock will fail way before that
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains
yes thats correct but as the pook and i have said your overclock will fail way before that
Aye, well I did a little tinkering. Here's what I have come to safely (I know I could push it more)
Internal Clock - 2706.14mhz
System Clock - 123.01mhz
Multiplier - 20
System Bus - 492.03mhz

Thus I went from 2.2ghz to 2.7ghz.

Not bad for a couple hours work. I didn't touch the voltage, or the RAM settings. I tested it for stability and it seems fine. It has a noticable increase in performance too.
~Bryan~
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