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Help with overclock?

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I have a P4 3.2GHz that I've been trying to see how far I can overclock...I've been able to push it up to 3.67Ghz. @ that speed my bus is running @ 920MHz and I ran Prime95 for over han hour before I got a 1 error...however..my onboard soundcard stops working at this speed...is there any way the fix that??
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Lock the AGP/PCI frequencies to 66.6/33.3 MHz respectively.
Onboard sound circuitry is PCI based.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by z_one
Lock the AGP/PCI frequencies to 66.6/33.3 MHz respectively.
Onboard sound circuitry is PCI based.
Thanks...worked perfectly...now to see how much more I can push it! lol
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I had the same problem. When my sound stopped working I flipped and quickly changed it back...gave me a scare.
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