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Hey Everyone.

Brand new to the website.

Ive recently got into computer gaming.

I have an IBM Netvista computer, running a 1.6GHZ P4.

Type: 6792-MAU

I want to overclock the processor, but im not sure how.

My apologies if there is already another thread for this computer.

Thanks,

Sheldawn
 

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The only info i can find on my computer, other then what i know is what is shown under "system" from the control panel in windows XP.

How can i find more info for you guys?

Thanks in advance,

Sheldawn
 

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Download the CPU-Z aplication from the "downloads" section of this forum. That will give you most of the info you need to fill out your system specs in the user CP.
 

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Ok here goes:

Name: Intel Pentium 4
Code Name: Willamette
Brand ID: 8
Package: mPGA-478
Technology: 0.18
Spec: Intel Pentuim 4 CPU 1.60GHZ
Family: F
Model: 1
Stepping: 2
Ext. Family: 0
Ext. Model 0
Revision: D0
Instructions: MMX,SSE,SSE2

CLOCKS

Core Speed: 1594.8 MHz
Multiplier: x 16.0
FSB: 99.7MHz
Bus Speed: 398.7 MHz

CACHE

L1 Data: 8 Kbytes
L1 Trace: 12 k(weird shape)ops
Level 2: 256 Kbytes

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Yeah, like pauldovi said, you can't OC with prebuilt systems.
 

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Originally Posted by lost

You could probably try CLOCKGEN or something similar to that. But Bios oc'ing on a prebuilt computer just does'nt happen. Here is the link for clockgen. http://www.cpuid.com/clockgen.php
Good luck with that willimente tho!

I cant get anything out of that website.

Nothing comes up, and it wont read anything
 
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