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Celeron D326 90NM + Abit GD8-Pro overclock

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Hi all.
I would like to overclock my computer, but I am new at these news Celeron Ds CPUs. I have made 2 overclocks in Celerons, in the past, but were 333@416 and 566@850.

Now, I have the hardware below:
- Motherboard Abit GD8-Pro
- CPU Celeron D 326 2.53 Mhz 90NM
- 2 banks of 512 DDR2 533 Samsung in dual-channel mode
- Videocard Sapphire X850-XT PE PCIe x16

How could I overclock this machine? I have changed the FSB from the original 133 to 186, and it gave me 3.5 Ghz stable 100%. But, in sometimes, the machine simply don´t turn on. Should I change the CPU voltage? The original voltage is 1.38V. What are the maximum voltage could I use, without risk? Should I gain de original Pci Express from 100Mhz??

Any help is welcome.

Thanks a lot.

Glauco
post #2 of 2
Oi, já li algures na Internet , que a voltagem máxima para os Celeron D é à volta de 1.4/1.5 volts.
Com essas voltagens deves conseguir um bom overclock.
(to people that don't speak portuguese, that's the language that i answered in)
Now the english version:
Hi, i've read somewere in the Internet that maximum voltage for Celeron D was around 1.4/1.5 volts.
With that kind of voltages , you should get a nice overclock.
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