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want to OC?

Buy a dam AMD

I use an intel and its ok stock, but i wanna OC, and its just not worth it in my opinion. read up on AMD's.

The AMD massive iz got it proper tight yo

(im getting a 3500+ venice )

EDIT: and an Asus A8N32 SLi.... And G.Skill PC4800 RAM

(lets see if i can hit 300Mhz FSB >)
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post #12 of 14
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I must have some options guys!! Wht's going on here? I never knew Intels were so anti-OC.

I'm not looking to set any records here I just want to get a little more out of what I got. Just a few minor tweaks would do it.
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Also what is invloved in changing voltage? Is there a way to do it on the fly or do you need to buy upgraded parts?
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You can not make any changes to the FSB or other overclock options. The Intel board just does not have that ability.

I have worked with both clockgen and softfsb before in an attempt to see just how the Intel boards would take such a move. I found the PLL function values and was able to move the FSB with SoftFSB.

However, just a few incrememts raised would bring about system instability and lockups. I decided that Intel boards were not at all conducive to an overclock.

I have found other manufacturers boards without any BIOS tweaking abilities to perform with SoftFSB, clockgen etc but not any Intel boards.

My advice is to sell the board and spend a few dollars on a P4P800 SE board that will allow you to take that Northwood much higher.

You say Northwooed 2.4f. I have never seen an f designation. What you have is a Northood "B".

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