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    o damnit! i have a p4 1.4ghz and this damn resourceless motherboard. i read this article on ur site : http://www.tweaktown.com/document.ph...dId=36&dPage=3
    and there it says that i can get more at least 1 ghz overclocking it, i cant find where it says the range from 1 to 1.8 ghz and yes i did switch the damn jumpers.
    can anyone please help me asap?
    thanks a lot

    :cry:

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    I think you misread the article. Here is an excerpt that states they were UNABLE to O/C it over .1ghz, which is nominal.

    The Intel Desktop Board D850GB motherboard has a lack of overclocking option, you are unable to change the FSB or Multiplier individually, there are a set of preset clock speeds from 1.3Ghz to 1.8GHz in 0.1GHz increments. With no voltage options, period, I was unable to up the clock speed any higher than 1.6GHz, or is the Intel Pentium 4 1.5GHz processor is limited to that speed? After setting the clock speed to 1.7Ghz and 1.8GHz it would boot up at only 1.6Ghz which seemed strange. This leads me to believe that the motherboard can only handle a maximum clock speed of 1.6GHz, Iím yet to prove this. Here is a screenshot of WCPUID with further details...

    Chez

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    :snip:
    how CUM i have misread it if it says he had a 1.5ghz and after the oc the stats showed it as a 1.6 ghz?!:blah:

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    and there it says that i can get more at least 1 ghz overclocking it
    That would mean they got it to O/C from 1.5 to 2.5ghz. NOT going to happen buddy.

    Chez

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