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!!! PLEASE LOOK AT THIRD POST!!!

these are my specs, im not trying to PUSH the limits, i want it to comfortably run when overclocked, i looked at the bios and saw a "burn-in mod" and said stuff about cpu and raising it a certain percentage, how much should i raise it to so that it will be confortable. and something about pci burn-in and pci express burn in i dont know what im really doing so need help. here are the things people always ask for.



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im sorry to be an ass but can anyone help me?
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ok i guess i need to help in order for ppl to help me, here is a "screen shot" of my BIOS it took a long time to make, it may or may not help you but I think it may, i need to know where to change the cpu clock settings, all i want is for someone to help me on how to safely do it without pushing it to far, i want it pushed a little and safely here is a "screen shot" of my BIOS.

************************************************** ********
Code:
Intel BIOS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
main | advanced | security | power | boot | exit

MAIN

Bios VersionNT94510J.86A.2487.2005.0906.1451
Processor TypeIntel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80 GHz
Intel(R) EM64T Capable

SWSingle Proccesor Mode ><Disable> def.
 <Enable>
Proccesor Speed2.80 GHz
System Bus Speed800 MHz
System Memory Speed533 MHz


L2 Cache RAM1024 KB
Total Memory4096 MB
Memory ModeDuel Channel
Memory Channel A1024 MB
Memory Channel A1024 MB
Memory Channel B1024 MB
Memory Channel B1024 MB

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED

Boot Config.
Periphial Config.
Drive Config.
Floppy Config.
Event Log Config.
Video Config.
Hardware Config.
Chipset Config.
Manegment Config.
USB Config.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED --> Chipset Configuration

Burn-in Mode
Memory Config
PCI Express Config

PCI Latency timer ><32>
   <64>
   <96>
   <128>
   <160>
   <192>
   <224>
   <248>

----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED--> Chipset Config.--> Burn-In Mode

WARNING: These settings are intended for validation and test
purposes only, Altering clock frequencies may reduce system
stabability and/or the useful life of the system and proccesor.
Operation at settings beyond component specification is not covered
by Intel component warranties. If any problems occur during 
operation at non-default settings, reset the board to the default
values.

Do you wish to continue?><no>
 <yes>

Host Burn in Mode Type><Positive>
 <Negative>

Host Burn-In percentage><0-4> (default 0)

PCI Burn-In Mode><Default>
 <40.00Mz>
**********
PCI Express Burn-In Mode><Default>
 <101.32>
 <102.64>
 <103.96>
 <105.28>
 <106.6>
 <107.92>
 <109.24>
***ALL IN MHz***

-----------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED--> Chipset Config.--> Memory Configuration

SDRAM><Automatic>(default)
 <Manual - Aggressive>
 <Manual - User Defined>

Memory Frequence><400 MHz>
 <533 MHz> (default)
 <667 MHz>

SDRAM tCL><3-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRCD <2-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRP <2-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRASmin <4-15> (13 default)

Total Memory 4096 MB


**NOTE** : SPD defined as Nominal: [tCL]-[tRCD]-[tRP]-[tRASmin]
------------------------------------------------------------------
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post #4 of 13
If you're looking for help, please follow the forum rules. First, thread titles must be descriptive. Your thread title doesn't in any way describe what type of help you're looking for. Second, be polite and don't bump more than once every 24 hours. ALthough you can often find help quickly here, this is not an instant tech support service. Just be patient and help will come.
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You have an Intel board so your overclocking abilities are severly limited. The only way to find out how much 'burn in' you can use is to try. Although I would not run it like that. The option is there for system builders for testing during the build process. To get a good o/c you will need to replace the mobo.
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post #6 of 13
In your recent thread (the one like 5 or 6 pages long) you said that you have an HP prebuilt system. If so, you will not be able to overclock via BIOS, so download a program like CPUFSB, Clockgen, or SoftFSB, if you really really want to overclock, but I'm not guaranteeing you will get good results from using programs to overclock because most users have success with BIOS overclocking.
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post #7 of 13
The whole burn-in part of your BIOS is something you generally don't need to deal with.

Don't mess with PCI/PCI-e frequencies. They do not add performance, just instability.

RAM settings are useful, that is, if you have good ram. Not much you can do there.

Just, wallet permitting, get a nice new motherboard so you can do _whatever_ you want with your OC...you will be very pleased I should hope.

BTW, I really commend you in typing all that out (I take it that's what happened)...must've taken a long time for whoever did. Man...
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Originally Posted by johan1391
ok i guess i need to help in order for ppl to help me, here is a "screen shot" of my BIOS it took a long time to make, it may or may not help you but I think it may, i need to know where to change the cpu clock settings, all i want is for someone to help me on how to safely do it without pushing it to far, i want it pushed a little and safely here is a "screen shot" of my BIOS.

************************************************** ********
Code:
Intel BIOS
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
main | advanced | security | power | boot | exit

MAIN

Bios VersionNT94510J.86A.2487.2005.0906.1451
Processor TypeIntel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80 GHz
Intel(R) EM64T Capable

SWSingle Proccesor Mode ><Disable> def.
 <Enable>
Proccesor Speed2.80 GHz
System Bus Speed800 MHz
System Memory Speed533 MHz


L2 Cache RAM1024 KB
Total Memory4096 MB
Memory ModeDuel Channel
Memory Channel A1024 MB
Memory Channel A1024 MB
Memory Channel B1024 MB
Memory Channel B1024 MB

-----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED

Boot Config.
Periphial Config.
Drive Config.
Floppy Config.
Event Log Config.
Video Config.
Hardware Config.
Chipset Config.
Manegment Config.
USB Config.

----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED --> Chipset Configuration

Burn-in Mode
Memory Config
PCI Express Config

PCI Latency timer ><32>
   <64>
   <96>
   <128>
   <160>
   <192>
   <224>
   <248>

----------------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED--> Chipset Config.--> Burn-In Mode

WARNING: These settings are intended for validation and test
purposes only, Altering clock frequencies may reduce system
stabability and/or the useful life of the system and proccesor.
Operation at settings beyond component specification is not covered
by Intel component warranties. If any problems occur during 
operation at non-default settings, reset the board to the default
values.

Do you wish to continue?><no>
 <yes>

Host Burn in Mode Type><Positive>
 <Negative>

Host Burn-In percentage><0-4> (default 0)

PCI Burn-In Mode><Default>
 <40.00Mz>
**********
PCI Express Burn-In Mode><Default>
 <101.32>
 <102.64>
 <103.96>
 <105.28>
 <106.6>
 <107.92>
 <109.24>
***ALL IN MHz***

-----------------------------------------------------------------
ADVANCED--> Chipset Config.--> Memory Configuration

SDRAM><Automatic>(default)
 <Manual - Aggressive>
 <Manual - User Defined>

Memory Frequence><400 MHz>
 <533 MHz> (default)
 <667 MHz>

SDRAM tCL><3-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRCD <2-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRP <2-5> (4 default)
SDRAM tRASmin <4-15> (13 default)

Total Memory 4096 MB


**NOTE** : SPD defined as Nominal: [tCL]-[tRCD]-[tRP]-[tRASmin]
------------------------------------------------------------------
Just try getting an OC out of that Intel Mobo--that'll be some real work there--as others have posted you need a mobo made to OC--the Ontel is a great board--just not for OCing.
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post #9 of 13
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the problem is the computer is brand new, i guess i could try those programs.

** Those programs dont work all that well**
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post #10 of 13
With an Intel motherboard, if the software overclocking programs don't work, you're pretty much out of options with your current hardware. If you really want to overclock, you would need to invest in a motherboard that supports overclocking.
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