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but also with you can run in to a problem if the board you get can only run to a certain ghz like the board im messing a round with now i can only go to 3.6 3.7ish max
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but most intel boards have unlocked pcibus so my cpu would actually go all the way to 3998 then just freez cuz the pci could not take it the multy was 19 ithink on the 805 i hit 4 once.
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but most intel boards have unlocked pcibus so my cpu would actually go all the way to 3998 then just freez cuz the pci could not take it the multy was 19 ithink on the 805 i hit 4 once.
Yea I don't think the PCI bus would be able to handle it... however, there is always clockgen/RMClock. And this guide can help you provide more juice to your CPU for more OC'ing.

Give it a go and get back to us!
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Yea I don't think the PCI bus would be able to handle it... however, there is always clockgen/RMClock. And this guide can help you provide more juice to your CPU for more OC'ing.

Give it a go and get back to us!
same place i got it from. at the time i was thinking of getting a dual vista for my conroe and doing the same thing but i luv my conroe:
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Okey, thanks for the replies, but Im dropping out around 3.8 -> 4.0 so Im having it around 3.5 -> 3.6 ...

I'm using CPUCooL Version 8.0.4
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any volts added
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Okey, thanks for the replies, but Im dropping out around 3.8 -> 4.0 so Im having it around 3.5 -> 3.6 ...

I'm using CPUCooL Version 8.0.4
I have the same problem :S

Seems strange, i have the latest drivers etc and have messed around with voltages but still no luck... if you find the problem, let me know
post #18 of 19
If you're going to OC a Celeron D? Best bet it's to round it up at around 200fsb x whichever ratio you have.

I had a Celeron D 336 and ran it at 200fsb for about a week but then brought it up a notch and ran at 4.52ghz for the remainder of the time I had it, which was about 6 weeks.

So here: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=101771
All on a Tuniq Tower 120 and a P5WD2-Premium.
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If you're going to OC a Celeron D? Best bet it's to round it up at around 200fsb x whichever ratio you have.

I had a Celeron D 336 and ran it at 200fsb for about a week but then brought it up a notch and ran at 4.52ghz for the remainder of the time I had it, which was about 6 weeks.

So here: http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc.php?id=101771
All on a Tuniq Tower 120 and a P5WD2-Premium.
What voltage was that?, It doesnt say in that cpu-z screeny
Mine is 1.4 standard

Its sitting at 1.36 atm @ 3.8Ghz but isnt stable... Could it be my PSU?
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