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Overclocking P4 Presscot 3.00ghz


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#1 general grievous

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 07:11 PM

hello, i am the happy owner of that procesor, it aint giving any problem, its just that u know humans, we always wanting more :thumbsup: i was reading some OC forums and i was wondering how far could i push mine without blowing my computer up, in BIOS it was set to 200 mhz, i moved it further and i reached 228mhz(3,42ghz) everything seem stable, but i want to push it a lil further lets say 3,80mhz(the max supported by my mobo) but when i pushed the mhz to 229, everything was ok until i rebooted for the first time after setting that speed, there appeared vertical strings on my screen, kinda if the video card was broken(integrated) but as soon as i re-setted back to 228mhz everything was normal again, point is: could i push it further by modding my cpu voltage?-how safe is it? tyvm.

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 09:57 PM

Overclocking Voids all manufacturers warranties!

DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK!

If you toast it, and you did say how far can I push it, It is soley on your shoulders.

Are you willing to buy a new motherboard and CPU just to experiment?

Edited by Eyesee, 04 January 2008 - 10:00 PM.

In the beginning there was the command line.

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Posted 05 January 2008 - 02:01 PM

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Posted 17 January 2008 - 02:16 PM

Overclocking Voids all manufacturers warranties!

DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK!

If you toast it, and you did say how far can I push it, It is soley on your shoulders.

Are you willing to buy a new motherboard and CPU just to experiment?


no, i aint meaning to buy new pieces to test, so by now i desist on tyhe idea until i get my liquid cooling system... tyvm again guys.




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