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I have a celeron 2.80 northwood and an aopen ax45f-4d that vcore maxes out at 1.6000 v and the max speed i can hit is 3.41 but if i go any higher it fails i have tried all different kinds of settings,the maximum the board will let me clock it to is 6.94ghz but i cant do that because of vcore limitations and a vcore protection,if i wrap my celeron will it boot correctly,will i get more vcore?
 

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</div>You're not serious are you? Do you have the necessary funds to keep that sucker cool?<br />
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The reason that it fails, is maybe your PSU craps put at that specific load, or your memory cannot handle that speed, or your northy is getting too hot.<br />
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P.S.: What is wire wrapping?
 

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6.94? That low?
 

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barely stable at <br />
122 fsb<br />
dram freq-122x266=325mhz<br />
Vcore-1.58<br />
ddr voltage-2.50v<br />
agp voltage-1.50v<br />
clock spread spectrum 0.2%<br />
39celcius<br />
3.41ghz<br />
i can go higher i will prolly not go to 6ghz yet but i want to reach the 4 mark
 

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Number 1... Do you have a 4ghz capable mobo and RAM?<br />
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Number 2... Do you have the necessary cooling? AKA non-stock<br />
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Number 3... Please fill out your system specs in the User CP at the top of the page.
 

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Im using ass value ram a 450w psu and a motherboard that gives the option to go to 6.94 ghz the fsb on it is adjustable 100mhz-248mhz
 

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yes please fill out you system specs. Also just because your mobo can go up to 6.94 Ghz, doesn't mean your cpu is gonna be able to handle that kind. Plus the volts you are throwing at it.
 

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wire sleeving will not let you get you celly to 4ghz... if its even possible at all<br />
and you are not getting that thing to 6ghz, so stop dreaming<br />
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3.6 is more feasible
 

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wire wraping is not wrapping all the wires its when you jump 2 pins on ur proc so your mobo will think its requires a higher voltage
 
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