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Celeron D 336 overclocking

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My information:
Motherboard : Asus p5rd1-vm
CPU : Intel celeron D 336 , LGA775 socket.

So i want to overclock but can someone help me out and tell me what settings i need to edit.

CPU INFORMATION
Cpu frequency: 2800mhz
FSB speed : 533mhz
Cache L1 : 16KB
L2 : 256KB

Temperatures
32-34 when idle
40+ when loading
Cpu fan speed 2235 rpm.

So my first question is what is qfan control, it is disabled at my system and does it make any good when it comes to gaming/overclocking.


Jumperfree configuration, found that under BIOS. So there is a choice if cpu overclocks it selfs (AInos, asus motherboard) or i can configure it manually. I goed under manual configuration.
Now there are options:
Cpu frequency - Value between 100-400, i changed from 133(normal) to 143 and the 2.8ghz turned out to be 3ghz.
Memory clock mode - choices of AUTO, SYNC TO CPU, Async manual mode.
I choosed async manual mode and now i can set the value from 100-300.
I want to know whats about these sync to cpu and async manual mode options.

So basicly i need to know what settings should i use to overclock my CPU, i use intel stock cooler.
I dont want to go real hard on it , but dont want to play with lagg also.
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im not a pro OCer. the only suggestion i can give is to not use a stock cooler cause OCing does increase the temp of the CPU quite a bit. but im not sure if thats only for when you are doing extreme OCing. in this case, i can see that you just want to increase to the point where you wont have lag...from my experience, a light OC will not solve anything.
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Originally Posted by blackhawk777 View Post
im not a pro OCer. the only suggestion i can give is to not use a stock cooler cause OCing does increase the temp of the CPU quite a bit. but im not sure if thats only for when you are doing extreme OCing. in this case, i can see that you just want to increase to the point where you wont have lag...from my experience, a light OC will not solve anything.
I know a bunch people ho increased theyr celerons from 2.8ghz to 3.6 with stock cooler.
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Corsair XMS2 WD 1TB Green Samsung SATA Modified stock of 9550 with AC 92mm PWM 
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x3 AC 120mm PWM, stock 120mm led blue, zalman 1... Win 7 64bit Hyundai B70A Logitech Ultra Flat 
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Corsair XMS2 WD 1TB Green Samsung SATA Modified stock of 9550 with AC 92mm PWM 
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x3 AC 120mm PWM, stock 120mm led blue, zalman 1... Win 7 64bit Hyundai B70A Logitech Ultra Flat 
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