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I need help. I have an Intel Northwood P4 2.4gHz, 533 cpu running on P4V800D-x mobo. I have 512ddr memory, and Nvidia FX5200 256MB DDR Graphic Card. Now the problem is when I try to overclock. Only overclock that I was able to reach is 2.62gHz (system was unstable). Now I am running at 2.59gHz and it's running fine. This particular mobo has an auto-overclocking features (10%; 20%; 30%) but if I try to overclock it to at least 20% system is about to restart, and stops (black screen). I was thinking that I will be able to speed up my system after an Intel mobo ( bios locked), but now I have very poor overclock. Is there any possibility to do more. Please help!
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Welcome to the forums.

Please take a minute to enter your system specs in your User CP. Links are provided in my signature. That will better help us help you.

Does your BIOS have options for manual overclocking? Automatic overclocking is limited as you cannot fine tune settings to match the exact hardware you have.
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Thank you for Your welcome noteNow, there are some possibilities for manual oc, being that I can manually set up cpu frequency, agp/pci freq and spread spectrum.I can also set up
DRAM freq and PCI latency.
system BIOS is flash able. Any chance 4 oc?
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It appears that you have some limited OCing abilities. CPU and DRAM frequencies are important as is the AGP/PCI lock. What you're missing is voltage settings. Likely, you'll be able to OC for a while, but without being able to set additional voltage to stabilize your components, your OC will be limited. Still, some is better than none, so get to work. There's an excellent guide linked in my signature if you need a hand getting started. Feel free to post any questions you have along the way.
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Seems like I have no luck finding appropriate oc software.Followed your advice, but unfortunately no clockgen matched for my VIA PT880 ULTRA chipset. I managed to oc my video card (at least something). I still don't believe that I am so bad luck. Is there any other clockgens supporting my chipset? HELP!
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Thank you very much for links.those were very helpful. Anyway, I was thinking that I've found a right utility for OC (Rght Mark CPU Clock/Power Utility Ver 1.8) and it seems that I managed to OC my mobo (just over rising cpu freq to 150) to 2700.3MHz max. (system stabile). Now, I ask smart people who are more experienced than me if they could be so kind and show me some links where I could be able to download utilities on manually multiplier and Vcore settings. Help me guys! :withstupi One more thing Chipset is VIA PT880 Ultra. HELP!
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I bought this board mainly for the pci-ex slot and it was cheap as for overclocking this is my own personal experience.
VIA chipsets dont overclock well my previous board a soltek pt880 wouldnt overclock my 3gig prescott 800fsb at all however it was a fairly fast board this pt880 ultra board is SLOW by comparison.
SOLTEK PT880 + 3gig prescott 3dmark 2001se = 18150
ASUS P4V800D-x PT880 ultra + 3 gig prescott 3dmark 2001se =15860
ASUS P4V800D-X PT880 ultra + 3 gig prescott overclocked to 225fsb (3.9gig)
3dmark 2001se = 17850
Memory bandwidth in sisoft sandra 2005 3 gig @ 400ddr 3450 and for some strange reason with the 2.8gig 553 with 400ddr the bandwidth dropped to 2450? both in dual channel mode
The above scores using a radeon 9800 pro + 1 gig ocx pc3500 el memory @ 2.3.3.7 timings in dual channel mode with the latest bios, tried all 3 bios on the website. Ive tried loads of different memory timings and this was the quickest (the board detected timings as 3.4.4.20 haha) so check your memory timings!!!!
Also tried this board with a 2.8 gig prescott @ 553 fsb (133 in bios) and the 3dmark scores were around 1500 points down compared to the soltek board. Maximum overclock in bios was 152fsb.
A note on overclocking this board, if you hit enter on the jumper free configuration in the bios you can bring up the manual overclock settings. FSB and agp lock, CAUTION you MUST set the agp lock to 66 NOT auto cos you will fry your hard drive, I did. On the Asus web site it says cpu and memory voltages are adjustable but i havent found any, even if they were there i cant see them doing much.
My conclusions on the P4V800D-X
GOOD POINTS. Its cheap and it works
BAD POINTS. It doesnt overclock very well and its slow

Soz some typing errors
225fsb was 3.375 gig approx
and the memory was ocz
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