Originally Posted by gibsonnova74
just go into your bios and bump up the fsb like 20, then save and exit. if you boot up and have windows running, try to stress test it with prime95. run prime for about 10 to 20 minutes. if you have no errors, then go back into bios and bump it up another 10, test again. if you have no errors then do this again. if you do run accross an error on prime, then bump up your vcore 1 or 2 notches, then save and exit, and test again. once you think you have gotten you highest stable o/c, then run prime for 12 to 24 hours for a complete stability test. then post back. BTW fill in your specs in the user cp on the top of the screen for future questions. KEEP AN EYE ON THOSE TEMPS!
well, i bumped it up from 1066 to 1090, it started to freeze at the bios, and now nothing shows up on the screen. What to do? (i tried taking off the power, disconnecting the power wire, then taking out the battery for about 5 min, and then put everything back in.)
EDIT: i also tried to reset the cmos bios, it didn't work, the board is showing -- all the time and there is no halt on error. Does anyone have any advice?