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OK I am overclokcing my celeron -d so far I have my cele d pushed from 3.2 ghz to 4 ghz.With memory and fsb at 166 mhz .If I want to go farther then 4 ghz,Windows wont let me.Everytime is goes to bott windows if gives me blue screen that basically says go back to your bios and disable and newly added options,or make sure any new softweare or hardware is installed correctly.Well I tried to up the voltage on both the vcore and DDR mem but it didnt work,I have pci and AGP locks and my temps are at 45 C which is good for a precott core at full load.So whats the problem and how can I fix this I reall ywanna go past 4 ghz.Please help me quickly as I wanna do this tonight so I can decide if i wanna add a fan or not.
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Have you tried giving your NB some more voltage too? This is always a last resort as far as I'm concerned and should really only be added to assure stability. In your case, try raising it one notch and see how it goes?
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Can you run CPUZ ID and post some screenies? That would really help us figure out how to break the 4 gig threshold.

I have a feeling that your RAM is letting you down--go into the BIOS and get at the settings where you can disable Identify RAM by SPD and loosen your timings and underclock your RAM--it could be that you are simply clocking the RAM at too high a speed--by fiddling around in the BIOS you can effectively change the divider and run your FSB higher and keep your RAM in its comfort zone...
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My ram is oced by only 4 megahertz......
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Try upping Vdimm to 2.55V or 2.6V?

I had to up Vdimm to 2.8V to stabilize my pc2700 ram, rated at 166x2, to 188x2.
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An 800mhz overclock aint too shabby.
Are we gettin spoiled or what?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Wolfblood
I kinda think thats a pretty impressive clock for having 1 stick 512 PC2700 on air.
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It may be inpressive,but im greedy i want more.lol help me get more
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post #10 of 27
my pc2700 ram gives me the same errors
but it also crashes my windoes sometimes and I have to reinstall it
and my mobo wonnt let me change voltages
im SALTY!!!!!

try running dividers
how did you get 4Gz with 166FSB?
or is that your stock speeds?
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