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OK so i have a crappy dell dimension 2400 and dont tell me the cpu cant be overclocked becuase nothing is impossible so you know what i did i got a little program called ClockGen. Heard of it? Im sure you have. SO it reqiares the PLL Model well guess what i have no fricken clue so i called dell. It dont matter what happens now because my warenty was expired september of last year, so yea aint that great?? So the lady in which i could barely understand told me that she couldnt fine the Pll so she told me that it would be on the bottom of the otherside of the mobo.. So i listen to her and spend about 2 hours getting it taken apart and put back together to only find that on the other side all it says was "Catac 94v-0" and "E217196 Ctml1" now i dont know what that means and i couldnt find anything one the net someone please please please tell me what The PLL Model for my rig is!!!

Thanks SO much
Sublime0
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dont tell me the cpu cant be overclocked
if i can't tell you the cpu can't be overclocked then theres not much for me to say
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It isnt impossible, but programs like clockgen aren't very good. Clockgen is probably the bnest software OC'ing program, but software OC;ing in general is bad. it gives unreliable results, and can make your PC unstable.

If i were you i wouldn't waste your time. You wont be able to OC it far any way, without better than stock cooling.

If your serious about OC'ing buy a PC that isnt a POS.

And CPU-z doesnt show you your PLL. The PLL chip,will be on the front of the motherboard. Go google it, its not hard to find.
    
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Exuse me but im 17 and i dont have that kind of money and dont you call my pc a pos. I dont know who you think you are. I wasnt handed everything in life like you buddy!!!!! so get off my case.


And no i think i wont overclock it i will just a but like a cheap board that support socket 478 and ago and pci i seen one on tiger direct for only like $25.00 here check it out and tell me what you think! and can i overclock with it ... and is it better then mine?

Thanks Sublime0

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...559072&CatId=0
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Exuse me but im 17 and i dont have that kind of money and dont you call my pc a pos. I dont know who you think you are. I wasnt handed everything in life like you buddy!!!!! so get off my case.


And no i think i wont overclock it i will just a but like a cheap board that support socket 478 and ago and pci i seen one on tiger direct for only like $25.00 here check it out and tell me what you think! and can i overclock with it ... and is it better then mine?

Thanks Sublime0

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...559072&CatId=0
Just so you know, to most serious OC'ers any thing DELL, or Gateway, or etc is a POS so lighten up and don't take it personally.

If you want to OC you need to spend some time checking out some of the FAQs on the forums.

Personally, I would never spend less then 100$ on a MB unless I was paying less then that for a RETAIL board that was > 100$.

Bottom line with PC parts is the same with the rest of life...

a. You get what you pay for. Period.
b. If it sounds too good to be true, more then likely, it is.
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Exuse me but im 17 and i dont have that kind of money and dont you call my pc a pos. I dont know who you think you are. I wasnt handed everything in life like you buddy!!!!! so get off my case.


And no i think i wont overclock it i will just a but like a cheap board that support socket 478 and ago and pci i seen one on tiger direct for only like $25.00 here check it out and tell me what you think! and can i overclock with it ... and is it better then mine?

Thanks Sublime0

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...559072&CatId=0
Welcome to Overclock.net Sublime0! I suggest you read up on our FAQ section about overclocking software, many of us here do not hold high opinions of it. Many of us here dont have things handed to us, I sure didnt lol. We're a pretty easy going group of people here, I'm sure he didn't mean to come off as you percieved him.
    
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