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OCing a P4 650 3.4ghz Prescott

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I'm new to OCing processors...I've been overclocking video cards forever. but its time I move on xD

So can someone like give me...a retard's guide to overclocking my specific cpu?
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Post your specs please. This would allow us to give you better answers
Click "User CP" on the upper left side of the webpage then click on "Edit System Specs" and fill them in.
Do you have an AMD or an Intel cpu ?
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T_T someone delete this cause i have an intel mobo and i just noticed the thread that mentioned dell locks their fsb's...so blah
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It's very simple, the OC can be done in BIOS or some program thatchange de FSB of your processor.

640 3.4ghz = 16x 200mhz.

so, change de FSB in BIOS like (240 = 3.8ghz)

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But take care about the temperature anda volts of your processor, chipset and power suply.

I have one 640 and it's running @ 4.0ghz =]~

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I said 650, and I've already figured out its impossible T_T
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post #6 of 7
There are some good MB to overclock, like ABIT (the best), Epox, Asus (good)...DFI.

With my P5P800 i had some good times in SuperPI, but it's limited, because my memorys are sux
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Yes...But...You fail to realize I requested this thread be deleted due to the fact I CANNOT oveclock my processor...
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