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Ah, I spoke too soon. CPUZ says my fsb has changed but the BIOS doesn't show it.
Bumped it up to 3 Ghz and maxed the voltage to 1.488
Unstable though.
So, hmm, it works pretty good, thanks!
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good work ! didnt know this was possible until now!
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Going 24/7 with this, probably some room for more tweaking.
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I have an Asus P7VD2-VM mobo, 1 Gb RAM DDR2-667 and a E6400 Core2Duo. the mobo itself doesn't support BIOS OC'ing (only memory OCing, but after i alter any info it never gets passes POST), nor bus speeds over 1066 MHz (at which my processor already runs). Is there some way to alter the bus speed so i can OC it?
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Hi to all

Ive been trying to find out if windows 7 gets faulty after performing a BSEL mod
i currently clocked a e2180 to 1066 i believe. It is now pushing from 2.0 to 2.66 no problem. using a Asus p5gd2-vm mobo in bios it still sees it as 800fsb but core speed has shot up anyways back to original question cant get win7 to startup ive read up that this simple clock should not need vid mod and can see other people are using win7 x64 also saw same question in windows 7 forum

1.tried windows startup
2.tried to repair windows with windows disc comes up with C:***system32***system. file in registry corrupt or missing
3.tried my brothers HDD perfectly working win 7 os same issue BSEL mod definitely affected it
any suggestions
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I have a E6850 Should I do a VID mod as well? Or should I test it and wait to see. if I should which one should I do the 1.4 or 1.45.

Current vid is at 1.288V

I`m running windows 7 ultimate 64bit does it mess up for everybody or just the guy above me?
Edited by Sigmund - 9/10/10 at 6:05am
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Hi, im new to the forum and new to the idea of overclocking a comuter. i have been doing research for some time now but i would like some advise.

my system

Dell: Inspiron 530
Mobo: Dell ORY007
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 45nm E7300@2.66Ghz
Chipset:Intel P35/G33/G31

i understand that for the most part theres no way to overclock dells, except the pad mod. i was thinking of bumping my cpu to 3.33Ghz using the pad mod but im not sure if my mobo will allow that. if anyone if willing to give me some advise i dont mind gathering more information about my computer if its necicary. its basically stock. Thanks so much.
Edited by Ationpie420 - 9/12/10 at 3:09pm
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Any update for supported CPU? like E3300?
    
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no one care about BSEL & VID now
    
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maximum for e3300?
    
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