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I want to overclock my Intel Pentium 4 631 Cedar Mill 3.00 Ghz CPU. I have a Foxconn 945 7MA Series and a Phoenix BIOS. Where can I change FSB? My Motherboard Manual says I can change CPU's FSB to 533/800/1066 Mhz.But where?I went at BIOS Features Menu and didn't find it.
 

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Would that be the Foxconn 945G7MA?
 

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I'm not sure if you can overclock on that board as I'm going over the specs on Foxconn's website now. Does it give you any options to change FSB, RAM timings, Voltages etc...in the Bios? Reboot and press F2 to get there if you haven't already. I do have one of those processors that I've pushed just shy of 5GHz though I don't recall the exact speed now. What I have found so far is that the board supports 800/1066 socket 775 processors (typical of the 945 chipset I believe) but only supports DDR2 533/667 memory which isn't so good on the memory side compared to other boards in that range that support 800 as well.
 

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Just went on BIOS Features and found those:

"System Memory Frequecy" Possible options:Auto, 400Mhz,533 Mhz and 667 Mhz
"PCI Bus Clock" Possible options:33.0Mhz,37.7Mhz and 44.0Mhz
"CPU Voltage Regulator" Possible options:+0.0125V......+0.01875V
"FSB VTT" Possible options: Default,+0.1V
"Memory Voltage" Possible options: +0.05V,+0.10V and +0.15V
"System Core Voltage" Possible options:+0.05V,+0.10V and +0.15V
 
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