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Software overclocking programs are unreliable, and could cause program failure if over used.
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that is how it is for all overclocking.
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post #13 of 23
try setfsb or softfsb and find your specific computer brand and stuff if ur lucky you can find one and download it
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use bios possibly? raise fsb in bios, that's how i oc.
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post #15 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by kagaos
that is how it is for all overclocking.
Thats not correct, overclocking through the bios is more precise, and you can fine adjust to more correct settings, its like timming a raceing engine. software program use varible settings which is not as precise as bios.
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All overclocking has a risk of some problems (is what I was trying to say). Thanks for all your replies every 1. Setfsb, and that other one are all I know of. I tried in bios, but my bios is one of the wierdest and useless ones I have ever used.
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post #17 of 23
did setfsb work for you? if it did, you're very lucky! have fun overclocking
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post #18 of 23
Celeron has Northwood models too? I thought Northwoods were all Pentium 4's.
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Mine is a P4 (2.7, 3.1 overclocked) and is a northwood as well. I got it off of newegg, like a year ago. I looked for setfsb but I can't find a good download site.
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I can't help you. I thought that Pheonix was an Award Winning BIOS tech for OCing.... But I guess I was wrong. Are you sure you looked in the right spot? Mine is the Advanced Jumperfree Settings on the Advanced tab for my ASUS. Then just use the + and - keys for increasing/decreasing your FSB. But if it's a Dell mobo, then you will have to use a program. I couldn't exactly understand everything you put up earlier, so that is why I have covered all of this .
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