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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-03-2004, 01:49 AM - Thread Starter
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Hai there... I have a quastion a have a siemens c6 computer with a 333 celeron a Bios of phoenix those someone know's if you can onlock the a phoenix bios or can I just flash it and but up a new program to it where I can change the busspeed of the motherboard etc...

Device Type Mainboard
Processor Pentium II
Processor Speed 233/266/300/333MHz
Chip Set Unidentified
Video Chip Set Matrox
Maximum Onboard Memory 384MB (SDRAM supported)
Maximum Video Memory 6MB
Cache 256/512KB (located on Pentium II CPU)
BIOS Unidentified
Dimensions 330mm x 218mm
I/O Options Ethernet 10BaseT connector, floppy drive
interface, game/MIDI port, IDE interfaces (2),
parallel port, PS/2 mouse port, serial ports (2),
VGA port, riser slot, IR connector, USB
connectors (3), ATX power connector, line in,
line out, microphone in, audio in – CD-ROM, wake
on LAN connector

CPU SPEED SELECTION

CPU Clock Multiplier SW1/5 SW1/6 SW1/7 SW1/8
speed speed

233MHz 66MHz 3.5x On On Off Off

266MHz 66MHz 4x On Off On On

300MHz 66MHz 4.5x On Off On Off

333MHz 66MHz 5x On Off Off On

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Dude you're better off getting a new computer. You're wasting your time trying to o/c that fossil. 1st off it doesn't o/c enough to notice any difference and 2nd have fun trying to find a BIOS version to support that old pc. Your computer is obsolete.

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Because 333mhz is the fastest speed the mobo will support, you can't choose anything higher. You could overclock a slower CPU to 333mhz, but that's your max. You should buy my 400mhz computer I have for sell in the ads section .

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Because 333mhz is the fastest speed the mobo will support, you can't choose anything higher. You could overclock a slower CPU to 333mhz, but that's your max. You should buy my 400mhz computer I have for sell in the ads section .
Damn.... Well that's ............ I does not matter It's just a little web-server so I don't need more. A Celeron 333mhz with 384MB SDRAM is just fine..

My mainboard now is a D1024. if you know where I can Buy a D1064 mainboard I would be very happy because that mainboard is going till 450mhz... What kid of computer do you sell....

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Dude you're better off getting a new computer. You're wasting your time trying to o/c that fossil. 1st off it doesn't o/c enough to notice any difference and 2nd have fun trying to find a BIOS version to support that old pc. Your computer is obsolete.
1st I'm not wasting my time !!! 2nd why getting a better new computer... it's online a web-server with linux ..... 3th I already found a bois for this computer 4th whene you advice someone please give a good advice like DeathONator... that's usefull info.. what you tell me I don't wanne hear .. It's not a solusion it's just unusefull comment.. SO PLEASE STOP WASTING MY TIME....

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Ummm it's not useless info. It's true what I said. You are wasting your time trying to o/c it. You're not gonna get any performance gain even as a web server. You're trying to achieve a goal that will yeild zero gains. Next time provide more info before you post. It's your own fault for not saying what's the purpose of the computer.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-01-2004, 04:20 PM
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Well hi I've got a intel Celeron with 1.80 GHZ and i will want to overclock it to ea better speed. Can you help me dude?
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