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Pentium III imposible to overclock?

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I have a PIII 933 mHz in a Intel D815EEA, so in the BIOS isn't an option to change the bus speed, and the chip ICS 9250BF-28 don't work with the cpucool or any other program.
What should I do?
Thanks
post #2 of 12
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Originally Posted by elaerico
I have a PIII 933 mHz in a Intel D815EEA, so in the BIOS isn't an option to change the bus speed, and the chip ICS 9250BF-28 don't work with the cpucool or any other program.
What should I do?
Thanks
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I think you're going to enjoy running that CPU at 933MHz!



In other words, overclocking isn't for every piece of hardware.
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It's an Intel Motherboard. Long story short...you can't overclock an Intel board.
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post #5 of 12
933MHz isnt to bad. You can still run a webbrowser boardband burn cds listen to music watch movies play older games depending on what 3D card you have.

933MHz isnt to bad. Most peoples computers here are just overkill. Like mine.
    
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The only way to overclock that chip is to get an overclocking motherboard. I've always wanted to find a good overclocking PIII mobo that's not too expensive to see how far I could go. All of the PIII's I've had go as far as the motherboard can go on stock volts. I had a PIII 667 Mhz running at 760Mhz until my board quit. The board I have only goes up to 152Mhz in the bios, so I'm very limited in overclocking. I'd like to get my hands on a 1.1Ghz slot1 processor, though. I believe the 1.1Ghz processors ran a 100Mhz FSB, so that's an 11 multiplier. 11*152=1672. I doubt it'd go that far, but I'd sure try it (maybe mod a 437w TEC to fit...).
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You can always go a-folding. My PIII 933 tablet folds - its no speed demon but every week I get 350+ points out of her.
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Originally Posted by Pinhead-227
The only way to overclock that chip is to get an overclocking motherboard. I've always wanted to find a good overclocking PIII mobo that's not too expensive to see how far I could go. All of the PIII's I've had go as far as the motherboard can go on stock volts. I had a PIII 667 Mhz running at 760Mhz until my board quit. The board I have only goes up to 152Mhz in the bios, so I'm very limited in overclocking. I'd like to get my hands on a 1.1Ghz slot1 processor, though. I believe the 1.1Ghz processors ran a 100Mhz FSB, so that's an 11 multiplier. 11*152=1672. I doubt it'd go that far, but I'd sure try it (maybe mod a 437w TEC to fit...).
I would be interested in a nice cheap PIII board as well. I made a thread a while ago and kind of neglected it. here
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post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by Sideburns
It's an Intel Motherboard. Long story short...you can't overclock an Intel board.
you can if there are dip switches on the mobo. in the old days to overclock you changed the dip switches and the speed changes
    
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post #10 of 12
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You say me something of a-folding or tablet fold.I need to speed my proc anyway, and I don't disert of that.Please explain me that of the tablet fold or a-folding.
Lotsa thanks
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