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Well basically i have read the Overclocking guide, i tryed to follow the instructions but most of it just confused the hell out of me.

Please could someone give me some help with it.

A step by step guide would be nice, but all the help would be highly appreciated.

All the best,

Sweeb
 

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Well. First I would suggest you took up your FSB and voltage (Vcore).

THen afterwards, your vDIMM (memory voltage). But what motherboard do you have?
 

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Originally Posted by lightsource

Well. First I would suggest you took up your FSB and voltage (Vcore).

THen afterwards, your vDIMM (memory voltage). But what motherboard do you have?

Ok well what you said there makes no sense to me


These are my system specs:
CPU: Intel Celeron 2.40
Motherboard: Foxconn 6514MR-ES
Graphics Card: Asus GeForce3 Ti 500
Memory: 2 x 256mb DDR

If that's any help.....
 

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Is it a celeron D?

Something tells me that ram isn't good for overclocking.

Heres a tutorial from novice to novice:

1. When system boots click delete as fast as you can.
2. You in blue screen bios
3. There is a softmenu tab or something called like cpu frequency monitor: names all differ from motherboard to motherboard-old one have the second one
4. When you are able to select fsb. Press enter. Enter in new number with an extra 15 for first try. or lower it and put multiplier by adding two there if you have choice of changing it. Old systems use +/- keys to edit fsb or numbers so you can use that if clicking enter doesn't work.
5. Up vcore for say safe .03 or .07 depending for first time.

save changes and reboot.

if it starts up then good so try a few tests (or just play game for an hour)
Doesn't work then reboot and it will be back to normal automatically.
 

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Ok the thing is my Frequency/Voltage control area is all grayed out, and i think that is where i up the vcore, but then i'm not sure. Could anyone help me on this please?
 

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I had the same processor. I pushed it to 3.4Ghz on the stock, full aluminium cooler. Since my mobo only supports up to 1.6Vcore, that was the highest I could get the cpu. Just read the Intel Oc guide and give her a try. It should go pretty easy since its a celeron.
 
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