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running at 3.2ghz and the system crashed after 14 hours . is there a way to increase multiplier up some notchs ? or it is impossible .
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post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by truviet911
running at 3.2ghz and the system crashed after 14 hours . is there a way to increase multiplier up some notchs ? or it is impossible .

its not impossible, but its not exactly the easiest thing. do a search on it, there is a thread on it somewhere.
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post #13 of 18
No it is not possible to change the multiplier.
My system has an Intel Celeron D-330, 2.6Ghz, running at 3.2 Ghz for several months now. It is verry stable. Before it was running at 2.9Ghz and this was not verry stable. The problem with the cpu running at 2.9Ghz was that the memory had to run at too high a speed (418Mhz). With thye cpu running at 3.2Ghz the memory runs just fine at 408Mhz. (max = 400)(different memory/fsb devider)
I suggest you have a look to your memory speeds.

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post #14 of 18
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Originally Posted by hovel
No it is not possible to change the multiplier.
My system has an Intel Celeron D-330, 2.6Ghz, running at 3.2 Ghz for several months now. It is verry stable. Before it was running at 2.9Ghz and this was not verry stable. The problem with the cpu running at 2.9Ghz was that the memory had to run at too high a speed (418Mhz). With thye cpu running at 3.2Ghz the memory runs just fine at 408Mhz. (max = 400)(different memory/fsb devider)
I suggest you have a look to your memory speeds.

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Hovel what is the max overclock you got on your 330 D?
    
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post #15 of 18
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that's nice mate
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post #16 of 18
Make the front side bus more than increasing the multiplyer
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post #17 of 18
maybe u should try notching up the voltage, try and get it more stable
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post #18 of 18
Quote:
Originally Posted by cokker
Hovel what is the max overclock you got on your 330 D?
3.32Ghz, The speed it is running at now. This is with standard cooling.
This is with increased fsb frequency from 133Mhz to 166Mhz. I tried ones with 200Mhz but this did not work.
I did not attempt to get more out of the cpu. I am satisfied with the current speed. Here is my CPU-Z validation report

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