Check our download section and get
CPU-Z or @ www.cpuid.com
a simple info providing program.
You will need those for testing and monitoring
Take screen shots of the main screen and the RAMs SPD timings tab and post them!
So me basics...
Get rid of the single 512 RAM stick, its more a pain to OC with the odd module than its worth!
If your RAM is DDR400, set it to DDR333 or 166MHz and up the RAM voltage or vdimm to 2.8v
Slowly increase the CPUs bus speed
Set the LDT to 3x.
Do test for stability with Orthos!!!
Don't increase the CPU bus speeds by large amounts, use 5-10 MHz. Once you find Orthos gives up instability, increase the CPUs voltage.
Increasing the CPUs voltage increases heat! Keep the full load temp when testing with Orthos below the low 50c range!
Check the manual on how to Clear the CMOS with the jumper. If you overclock to fast with out enough voltage it may crash the system requiring the CMOS jumper method!
NOTE: NEVER turn on the power with the CMOS jumper in the "Clear" position. Make SURE the jumper is returned to the default possition before powering up!