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Hi i have a celeron 600 ( i know it isnt much) but i saw on firingsquad that they had theirs upto 945 mhz.......which would rule

does anyone know how i would do this? id really appreicate it!

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Ok so i did as much as i think i can do.....

went from 600 to 675 via BIOS and frequency settings, Here is a screenie of the after:



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If u cant change the FSB in the bios, try a program called CPUFSB. Ive used it before and it works great.
U can find it here. http://www.cpufsb.de/

by the way, what mobo and chipset do u have?

CPUFSB might have FSB settings that dont show in the BIOS.
 
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i tried that program
i have a BIOSTAR M6TWG which wasnt in the list on that cpufsb program..........how do i know which one to use?

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i tried that program
i have a BIOSTAR M6TWG which wasnt in the list on that cpufsb program..........how do i know which one to use?

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Find the make and number of ur PLL (it tells what to look for in the readme) and match that with the drop down menus in the program.
 
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uh yeah, it says i now need to install a driver ntwio.sys or some ****..........and wahts a PLL? i have recently un-oc'ed it becuase it seemed to be freezing up after a screen saver would come up or after id try to switch users, i ono
 

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A PLL is the clock generator chip that takes the frequency from a crystal and splits/multiplies it to the proper mhz for yr cpu, fsb, pci, agp, usb, ect...
CPUFSB directly accesses this chip and changes its settings on the fly so u can get faster fsb speeds. It doesnt do anything with the bios.

If its freezing up, its probably oc'd too high. U can try to set slower mem timings in the bios, if u can. Also, add some cpu voltage in the bios (like 0.1v extra.)

Or, it could be that u have cpufsb set to the wrong PLL.

As for ntwio.sys, i have no idea... anyone else know?
Maybe podein (the guy who wrote cpufsb) knows.
 
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