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I wana know if you guys think i can get to like 3.4 or 3.6

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You could up your vcore.. not too much tho.. im not sure how much a pentium d could take, but prescotts can take up to about 1.5v. I'm assuming it is about the same, but find out for sure first!

try uppping it to 1.42 or something and see what you can get. I've heard those can get to 3.6 at least.


Also check your ram, you may have to change its divider and possibly loosen the timmings on it.

good luck buddy.
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how can i loosen the timings?
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post #4 of 23
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how can i loosen the timings?
I dont own a S775 mobo but the same principle should apply.

To adjust memory timings you need to enter the bios. Once in there you will find a menu prob called "advanced chipset options" or something.

Currently you are prob running default timings(SPD) if you have not adjusted them yet. You will find that you will be able to select a number of different settings. you will have something like 4-4-4-12 timings. Initially adjust the Cas (the first number) and see how you get on. If that does not work adjust the other timings by 1 also. Sorry if im insulting your inteligence (I try to put it in laymans terms when ever possible )

It is very trial and error, Hope this helps
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That's the dual core correct?
How is that performing?
Any good with multi tasking?
Just wondering since i wanted to get that CPU instead of the one i have right now. =)
 
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post #6 of 23
yeup neo 182 its the dual core, and were kinda in the same situation lol same processor and want the same processor...but when you run a divider and loosen your timings you will get better overclocks with that processor..i dont think you need a divider with that ddr533 to go above 3.2 just up the vcore and go from there hope i helped

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Currently you are prob running default timings(SPD) if you have not adjusted them yet. You will find that you will be able to select a number of different settings. you will have something like 4-4-4-12 timings. Initially adjust the Cas (the first number) and see how you get on. If that does not work adjust the other timings by 1 also.
make them lower or higher?
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That's the dual core correct?
How is that performing?
Any good with multi tasking?
Just wondering since i wanted to get that CPU instead of the one i have right now. =)
Yes it is a duel core. It runs really nice! when i was installing the drivers when i built my computer i was able to be installing like 3 or 4 at a time without lagging or losing speed. Im really happy with it.
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post #9 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by SiPex
make them lower or higher?
to loosen the timing increase the numbers
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post #10 of 23
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so i should do 5-5-5-13? if i have like 4-4-4-12.


meaning i should move them all up one notch
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