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I don't really want to overclock it if you think about it. I want to make it stock again. The *bleep*ers who made my bro's computer underclocked it and went cheap on the cooling it looks like. I'm pretty sure it's a 2800+ though, it said that like I said somewhere I found it, but don't know how to find out anymore. How CAN I find out what model it is?
I've not read the whole thread yet but an 1100Mhz X11 on a 200MHz FSB is a 3200+

http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionar...icroprocessors

The only way to know for sure is to read the core, but I believe I'm correct.
Unless it's default settings are 11X333 than it's a 2500+
    
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You mightwant to invest in better cooling, and you don't want to go past 55c. under heavy load.
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Ok, there's my memory now. I just made sure to get a 1:1 ratio. I didn't touch any of the timings because I'm not exactly sure how they work (I'm kind of confused by the guide still), so they're all set to auto right now.

I'm going to invest in better cooling, but I'm sure there are plenty of people who have the same CPU as me and have hit 2ghz using stock cooling and had better temps than these! I think one problem though is that i don't have an intake fan lol. Like I said, the bastards cheaped out on the cooling.
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Improve the case air flow to remove the stagnant air flow.
BTW, have you ever found the "default" speeds of the CPU in CPU-Z so that we can ID that CPU?
Set all back to default then referance the link below and you can match up the multiplyer, FSB and total MHz to ID that CPU.
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Dude that's totally weird. I was thinking about that because during the experiment process I had to reset the BIOS to default a few times. I get a 100 mhz FSB X11 with a vcore of 1.65. The closest I can find in that guide is 100 mhz FSB X11 with a vcore of 1.5, which is a Mobile Athlon 4 1100. The thing is they said they sold him a 2800+ (Windows even said that before when I said I saw it's designation somewhere in Windows), but it seems as though it should be 166 mhz FSB X11 @ 1.65 vcore.

And if it makes any difference, the idle temps at "stock" (or so we assume) are just under 50' Celcius. I think they were 48-49.
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sometimes when you reset the bios, it goes back to the default settings of the mobo, not of the cpu. so thats what is happening to you. it should be a 2800+ or a 2500+ ( i think that is what we decided earlier isn't it?) so you shouldn't be to worried about that, cause its the mobo, not the cpu. get your better cooling so then we can see how far you can go...
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