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No clue what the mobo is and I have a 256mb sdr dimm and 64mb for ram. all I know about the mobo is that the bios are phoenixBIOS and they are the original bios.
 

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Originally Posted by Shuji Onizuka

it is a brand computer. an NEC

I doubt you'll be able to overclock a premade computer. But you can download CPUZ from http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php#download to get more specific info about you computer to post here.

Also you can go in the bios and search for FSB, CPU Freq, and see if those values can be changed.
 

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If I didn't already buy parts for a system I'm going to build I would take it right away. but maybe if my friend would like to, we could just use it as an overclocking experiment.
 
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