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Thanks for all your replys. I probably will upgrade my memory to DDR400, maybe this will allow me to overclock my CPU to higher speeds on my current mobo. Due to my Mobo not having the abilty to adjust the Vcore and clock divider this would be my one and only option.
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I know I posted a while ago, but I was able to get mine to 4.2 ghz and ran prime for 3 hours, no problem. I've been running it at 3.72 Ghz 1:1 with my ram for about a month now, now problems. I upgraded my cooling and it idles at 28C and unlder load about 40C! At 4.2ghz, it was about 40C idle and 58C under load... hope that helps.

I did up my voltage a bit, 1.42v on the vcore and put my ram up one notch too.
Good luck buddy!
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WoW!! 3.4Ghz! That's great! I wish I could adjust the Vcore on my motherboard, maybe I could get my CPU as high as that. Oh wait! I can't find the Vcore adjustments anywhere on this thing!!!!!! AAARRRGGGHHH!!!! If anyone out there has a MSI 915P Neo-F and has found the Vcore adjustment or the clock divider in their BIOS PLEASE let me know cause I can't find it. Thanks for all the replies people!!!!!!
that's my old board! and i never oc'd on it. haven't even gotten a chance on this one do some real oc'ing.
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Okay, I need info on this Mobo. From what everyone says I should be able to get my processor(P4 506) to higher clock speeds with my mobo. Currently I have it at 3.0Ghz (150 X 20). When I go higher my comp doen't POST.

I've looked for the clock divider and vcore setting and there isn't any. The MSI website I looked at stated this board having the "Core Cell" technology, it doesn't. It has in the BIOS the "Core Cell" entry, but once inside

I can only adjust the FSB setting, Memory voltage(2.XX+), and PCI-e voltage(1.XX+). How do I lock the PCI-e frequency on this board?

I originally had 512mb DDR333 memory and went and bought 1gb DDR400 to see if this would cure the problem and it hasn't. I have talked to the MSI tech geeks and let them know that the website listed inacurate info about this mobo and it has since been changed and no longer lists "Core Cell" and "Dynamic Overclocking Technology" as a feature on this mobo.

My BIOS is the Award Phoenix 3.5. Can anyone give any suggestions on how to get a higher overclock with the MSI 915P NEO-F. What am I missing other than this board really having the "Intel overclock lock".
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