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Overclocking P4 2.8 GHz

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Hello, when I enter my bios I cannot find the option to change the fsb...could someone please help.

I have:
Intel P4 2.8 ghz (Northwood, A80532)
MSI 845GEM-L mobo

The BIOS type is: Phoenix-Award BIOS v6.00PG

Thank you
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post #2 of 6
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Originally Posted by monks89
Hello, when I enter my bios I cannot find the option to change the fsb...could someone please help.

I have:
Intel P4 2.8 ghz (Northwood, A80532)
MSI 845GEM-L mobo

The BIOS type is: Phoenix-Award BIOS v6.00PG

Thank you
That board doesn't have OC options in the bios from the looks of the spec. from MSI.
Did it come in a Dell,HP,Compaq or other premade system?
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HP, so is there any way at all to overclock it (any programs)?
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post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by monks89
HP, so is there any way at all to overclock it (any programs)?
You can try clockgen or something like that but they are no all that great at it and most of the time cause more trouble than its worth.
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looks like its not supported in clockgen, thanks anyway
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post #6 of 6
buy a new mb. bout the only real way. you can pick one up for cheap though, depending on what else you want it for.
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