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post #1 of 30
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Okay, I am trying to overclock my Intel Pentium 4 (HT) 2.8 GHz for the first time. But I am at a loss of what to do. I read the Intel Overclocking guide, but it still doesn't work. When I go into my Bios, I am looking around for the clock speed, but I can't find it. Does that mean I have a stripped down one, or am I looking for the wrong thing. I am using Phoenix Award Bios on a Biostar P4M800-M7 motherboard. Can anyone point out a few things?
What do I do?

As you can see below, I have no BIOS OC options


My pll chip says
ITE

IT8705AF
0550-GXS
7M25L2

That does not match any of the clock generators in the SysTool. Biostar is not listed in this.
LL
post #2 of 30
i believe your problem is that you have a via northbridge... the via northbridges normally arent ment for overclocking....i have no experiance with them tho
 
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Yeah, but I just do not have an option to overclock, or change the speeds of my Processor.
post #4 of 30
if theres no option then you will need another motherboard which allows you to overclock. if you want a cheap board that overclocks, you should get the AsRock Vista from newegg. cheap overclocks w/ no voltage changing.
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post #5 of 30
Look for a speed which you can set to 133 or 166!
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post #6 of 30
check for customed BIOS's that will allow you to OC...many are available for the older Asus mobo's.

*You could always 'pin-mod' the CPU for vcore and FSB increases! Then you dont have to worry about adjusting the mobo.
post #7 of 30
Thread Starter 
Bump O'Rama!
post #8 of 30
bump for what...have you looked for the custom BIOS for your mobo that allows OC options...or did you decide to pin mod the CPU to make it run faster at its default speed?
post #9 of 30
Thread Starter 
No, look at the image in the first post. I don't really know what to change...

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post #10 of 30
oK...there isnt anything to change for your BIOS...and I didnt realize you had an 800mhz cpu..so a pin mod is out of the Q.

I have had no luck searching for a customed BIOS either..SyStool or Clockgen are your only hopes for a OC now...you can DL them anywheres.
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