Originally Posted by unclewebb
This old technology overclocks fine but increasing the FSB 1 MHz at a time from 333 MHz to 340 MHz until it crashes is not the way to go about doing this.
You need to go big or go home. Set the FSB to 400 MHz and adjust the memory multiplier in the bios so your memory can run within spec. I would use a CPU voltage of about 1.35 volts to get started. Most motherboards can handle this kind of overclock just fine as long as your memory is not running way too fast. That's the key.
Once you get it stable, you can start reducing the CPU core voltage until you lose stability. 1.15 V is not nearly enough for a decent overclock. I used to use 1.5 V for 24/7 so no worries. This old 65nm technology is solid.
I can't change FSB in BIOS(foxconn sucks) so I have to use Fox one. In BIOS I can only change core clock frequency(somtething like that)
With either fox one or bios if I push the setting on my clock speed above 344mhz it freezes, screen goes blank and restarts a few seconds later with settings reverted to default or it gives me option to change the settings or just load defaults.
My DRAM can't be pushed above 1101mhz with fox one because increase in DRAM somehow automatically makes core clock also increase.
I also can't change voltage on my one