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I am actually getting my brothers old AMD athlon 64 3000+ processor tonight, so maybe you can help me more with that
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1st. Get rid of the mixed RAM. It wont work for OC. Stick with the 1gig...as long it is the exact same type.

2nd. Read up on OC'ng here on the site.

All you really need to do is slowly start increasing the FSB, through the BIOS. Around the first 20mhz increase, you will need to add some voltage to your CPU and possibly your RAM.

You really need to fill out your system specs in the user section of the forum, that way we know what you are working with. There are lots of factors to a good OC...RAM, CPU, mobo, PSU...etc.

PS- your cpu/mobo should be good for 3+ghz....your RAM on the other hand, might not be up to the task.
post #13 of 14
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yeah well its an old computer, but um the temps are high so there is not much room to OC

I went into softmenu setup and it doesnt have an option to increase FSB... only has something where i can user define this number with a maximum of 412 and that determines clock speed, but says nothing about FSB
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post #14 of 14
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define this number with a maximum of 412
That is it! It is the FSB base clock.
ie- 800mhz FSB = 200mhz base clock <- that is the value you would see if you were using a 800mhz FSB cpu. Increase the 'number' to 215mhz and restart. That should give you a FSB of 860mhz and OC your cpu just a little bit.
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